Traffic is undoubtedly the very lifeblood of your website and Email Marketing can help you maximize your traffic by ensuring that your subscribers visit your website and keep coming back for more.

Right now people may have no idea when you update your site or make a major new change you really want your visitors to see. With email marketing you can quickly and easily inform your subscribers that you have some awesome new content they will not want to miss.

Your customers will love the fact that they are being "kept in the loop" if you use email to inform them of what is coming soon, of a promotion you know they won't want to miss or create exclusive deals and discounts just for signing up to read your emails.

Why not share your knowledge with your subscribers? After all they are interested in what you have to say because they keep coming back to your website. Schedule a series of emails giving insider tips or tricks, general advice, your thoughts or even your rants at things that annoy you. You can build a really loyal following this way.


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LLiu Premium
Excellent training Ed.
It was really helpful and I booked marked it for future reference!
Thank you ,
Linda
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mijareze Premium
I'm glad you found it useful Linda! Thanks for reading and posting.
Ed
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ValerieJoy Premium
Thanks for this great training Ed. Email marketing is something I'm intending to do but just haven't got around to it. Your training is inspiring me to make a start with at least one of my sites.
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mijareze Premium
I'm very happy to be of service to you. You know, I think several of us intend to start an email campaign but with all the demands on our lives, it gets put off--myself included! Thank you for sharing Valerie...
Ed
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Martstervt Premium
Excellent training Ed. I will save it to go over again.

Marty
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mijareze Premium
Thanks Marty...
Ed
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BarryJ Premium
Very good training. Thanks for doing it.
Barry...
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mijareze Premium
You are very welcome Barry!
Ed
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mijareze Premium
I forgot to add it above, but if this tutorial helps you, please click "You Like This."
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Loes Premium
You can edit the tutorial anytime Ed :)
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mijareze Premium
Really? I was working on it, not expecting it to kind of shut me down at 4 pages, but I was prompted to publish it. So I did. Is 4 pages the minimum? Cause someone else blogged asking about the requirements.
Thank you Loes!
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Loes Premium
Yes 4 pages is the minimun, beside that, when you click on save, it will not be displayed and you can access the training for adjustments. When published you can go on top and click on the cog, edit, and after that you publish again
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mijareze Premium
Thanks again Loes--appreciate your help...
Ed
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