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Writing a newsletter for the first time can be a bit daunting. We all have been in a position, whether while writing an essay, an advert, a presentation or even your website, where we just didn’t know how to start.

They say that a writer will always remember the first sentence of the book they wrote because the opening sometimes is the hardest thing to do.

A newsletter is your chance to talk to your clients and prospects. Imagine your newsletter to be like your own newspaper article, not as long, but just as informal and informative.

Ultimately a newsletter can strengthen your relationship with your clients and prospects.

At Marketing Nest we can help with:

  1. The design of your newsletter
  2. Advising on the right bespoke or off the shelf systems
  3. Copywriting & Proofreading
  4. Planning of monthly newsletters
  5. Maintenance

We also have a Newsletter Planning Program where we help you plan future newsletters, advice you on strategies and even share with you how to create an on-going income from your newsletter.

We always enjoy meeting new people and building new relationship so even if you want an advice or you would like to pick our brain give us a call.

Newsletter Tips

Whether you are a pen and paper type of person or computer person here are our tips for you:

  1. List your objectives. It’s important to know why you want to have a newsletter and what you want the newsletter to do for your business
  2. Write your newsletter with your target audience in mind. (what will they want to read? Give them tips and news about your business)
  3. No Hard Sell, because that is the worse thing you could do.
  4. Your newsletter needs to be informative, fun and easy to read.
  5. Complicated jargon is a NO NO, imagine you are talking to a friend but don’t be over friendly.
  6. Plan your future newsletters, their content and format.
  7. Active table of content. So your reader have a preview of what you are going to talk about and can choose to jump to the area they are mostly interested in.
  8. Do not over think it. If you are still lost, ask for an expert’ support and guidance and go back to your goals.