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    by Dr. Elijah Clark

Coming up with a newsletter/e-marketing technique depends on your website. If the website is an informative website, members will signup to receive information or articles. If it’s a service based website or a website that sells products, users will sign up to receive product specials and new products coming. If it’s an employment opportunity website, members will signup to get updates on new employment opportunities. Current customers can use these forms to signup for newsletters that offer discounts and specials that may be going on within your company.

The reason that customers and potential customers will sign up is because they will want to know about the upcoming specials. Customers may want to be informed of a discounted products or services that they couldn’t previously afford or didn’t want to pay the high funds for. During the sign up for the newsletter, your company should ask customers what they are interested in receiving newsletters on.

Dr. Elijah Clark

Dr. Elijah Clark

Elijah is a business management consultant. He writes about business marketing, development, branding, technology, and how to develop and use marketing strategies and techniques effectively.
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Dr. Elijah Clark (February 23, 2015). Newsletter/e-marketing technique [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://elijahclark.com/newslettere-marketing-technique/