You’re proud of yourself. You wrote your newsletter, sent it out, and feel like you’re on a roll. You’ve committed to sending out your newsletter weekly, so you mark the date on your calendar. It’s now a week later, and you’re thinking, “I have to do this all over again? What do I write?”

Or…maybe you just came home from a networking meeting with a handful of business cards, and several contacts in your phone. You know it’s in poor taste — even worse than that B-celebrity you saw in the sheer gown on HuffPo’s entertainment section — to just add them to your newsletter list. But how do you go about asking them to be on your list? And how to do it without being tacky?

You know your newsletter is vital, and yet it also seems to be one of the hardest things to accomplish–no matter how long you’ve been in business. Trust me. I’ve been there. However, I’ve found that when I shifted my thoughts around the newsletter, moving from a “must do” to an opportunity, my entire mindset changed. I no longer dreaded it. I looked forward to doing my newsletter and many other email communications.

New future technology concept abstract background for business solution

I invite you to join me on Sunday, November 14 for a free webinar, Unscramble Your Email: Avoid Being Spam and Learn How To Attract Happy Clients. During our time together you’ll learn the three kinds of email you send, and why you need to know how to use them as sales tools (without being salesy). I’ll let you in on the tips I use to keep my newsletter from being a chore, and how you can make sure that every email is a selling opportunity.

By the time we’re done, you will be more confident about putting out newsletters that convert into opens and clicks. You’ll love your newsletter, and your clients will love you because you’re not spamming them at all.

Sign up today!

[yikes-mailchimp form=”1″ submit=”Join the Webinar”]