Running Your Own E-letter: From Building Your List to Making Sales

Heather RobsonSession 1: Why You Need an E-letter

Date: July 24, 2017
Time: 3pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Email Marketing
Presenter: Heather Robson

In this first session, you’ll learn about the myriad web-writing benefits you’ll enjoy when you launch your own e-letter and use it to market your freelance business. From ending the feast-and-famine cycle to generating multiple streams of income, and more… having your own e-letter is a winning strategy.

During this session, Heather Robson covers:

  • The three main benefits of launching an e-letter for your web-writing business.
  • How having an e-letter will add stability and greater income potential to your business.
  • Ways you can use an e-letter to increase and refine your marketing and writing skills.
  • And much more.

By the end of this session, you’ll be excited about setting up and launching your company e-letter and email marketing strategy. And you’ll come away brimming with ideas about how you might use this strategy to grow your business.

Then, in the next session,  you’ll start learning how to make your e-letter a reality when Brian Edmondson teaches you the art of building a health, response list.

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Heather Robson

About Heather Robson

Managing editor of Wealthy Web Writer, Heather has over ten years of content marketing and development experience.View all posts by Heather Robson

10 thoughts on “Running Your Own E-letter: From Building Your List to Making Sales”

  1. Hi Heather, 😉

    Thanks for running this timely (for me) series.
    Unfortunately, I missed this first session.
    Are the webinars being recorded?
    If so, where would I find the playback recordings, please?
    Warm Regards,
    John
    (Earl John Williamson)

      1. Hi Heather,

        Is there any update on where this recording is posted please? Like John, I missed the first session and would love to watch the recording.

        Thanks

        Jan

  2. Well, I’ve tried to play it in Google, Firefox and MS Edge. None work. I don’t know what to do from here. It plays a few for the introduction (not quite a minute) then stops.

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