Just wanted to toss our congratulations into the ring for Cristian Antohe and Adela Ticleanu as they are the two responsible for the very simple email newsletter service wpMail.me! They announced in their most recent release that they crossed the 100 issue mark and are just a month away from their 2 year anniversary. Way to go guys and thanks for providing valuable content to thousands (6,300+ at the recent count) of inboxes! In their latest Cristian said that it “puzzled” him why their service was still around and that’s easy enough to answer – it’s because it’s a valuable part of the WordPress […]
Yikes. It’s been a busy Saturday and I’m finally getting around to compiling our weekly review of content that we didn’t get to cover explicitly over the last 7 days. In a good way I’m glad as I spent most of my time today with family. Soccer games, a date with one of my daughters, and then the park with my other one has left me spent. I hope your weekend has been as eventful as mine already as well!
Every week I share a few thoughts via a simple email newsletter to our WP Daily Contributors and I share with them a little more detail as to what we’re doing behind the scenes as well as to encourage them in their own publishing efforts. They are a great group and I’m so thankful to already have a growing and robust contributor group! They are the source of energy and power behind a lot of what we do here and we need to thank them even more for their work! As a result, we’re starting to create a “HEART Contributors” program […]
Does your organization publish a monthly or quarterly newsletter? Is it created in a conventional desktop publisher like Microsoft Word or Publisher? Well, it may be time for you to get upgraded! The creation of desktop publishing tools in the 1990’s made this routine task a lot easier than it used to be, but it’s not ideal. Desktop publishing is time consuming, and you’re usually limited to a certain number of pages. If you overlooked an important article, you have to wait until next time to get it out there. And then there are the problems with delivery: postage is […]
Every blogger worth his or her salt knows that they need to build an email list. Why? For lots of reasons but the main one is because you can get lots of traffic and leads to your site by building a healthy email list. However, there is one BIG obstacle that stands in your way and it has to do with the newsletter services that are currently available. I seek to walk you through one solution that may make your 2013 year a big one with an even better newsletter (or your very first!).