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Last year I changed my email list-management provider. I was a little hesitant at first, but after receiving more and more recommendations myself about Aweber, I decided to give it a go. And I could not be more delighted.

Sure, there were some teething problems. But they were mostly down to me (too keen in a ‘let’s run before we can walk’ kind of way). Besides, the online help and live support have been invaluable.Aweber goes a long way to establish trust, too. I receive regular “Everything OK?” type email messages, and I know should anything go wrong, there is always a friendly customer-service operator ready and willing to help me out.

So more than a year on, am I still happy? You bet. I’m staying with Aweber … for now, at least.  😉

Besides, I was asked by one of my subscribers whether I myself would recommend Aweber. And the answer (so far!) has to be a resounding yes.

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The Key to Writing Flyers that Sell

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The trick to writing flyers that sell is to keep it simple. But not too simple. Many people think (wrongly) that they can get away with printing up just a workshop title, venue, date and maybe the main tutor, say. I’m sorry to say that, unless you are the workshop equivalent to Pink Floyd or Prince, the orders ain’t gonna come flooding in. 

What you need to do is engage in a dialogue with your readers, understand where they’re coming from and what their needs are, explain why you’re writing to them, recommend a solution… And all in under 150 words or less.  

So be sure to choose every word carefully.  Adapted from “How to Create Flyers that Stop Prospects in their Tracks“, first published in the 30th of April edition of MediaMinister’s newsletter, CfS. 

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Recent CfS newsletter issues cover:

  • 5 Ways to Get ANY Business Out of a Slump
  • How to Get People to Buy From You
  • Create a Buzz for Your Business With Twitter
  • Can the X Factor Help Your Business?
  • Be a Client Magnet
  • Recession-Proof Your Business
  • Stand Apart from ‘Me-Too’ Competitors
  • Stop! Don’t Post that Letter!
  • Common Mistakes that Can Kill Business
  • The Most Important Action You Can Take For Your Business This Year 

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