Monday, 12 August 2013

All About News Letters

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Keeping yourself on top of your client’s mind is the foremost mantra in all successful businesses. A carefully drafted, well-timed and well-targeted newsletter will make your job easier. However, there is always a big debate on whether newsletters are effective or not. Newsletters work, no doubt; if they are done professionally.

How it helps?

Newsletters are the most classiest way to share your company’s achievements, new services, products and special deals with your customers and build a precious and everlasting relationship with them. It boosts sales as it is easier for your existing customers to pass referrals to their friends who are likely to be interested in the products and services you offer.

Unlike a brochure, which is intended to spread general info regarding a company, a newsletter is about news – something new and exciting that has happened in your business. You can even carry industry-specific information that could be of use to your readers.

In other words, news-letters are the most cost effective way to build brand recognition.

Types of Newsletters

There are two types of newsletters:

Consumer Newsletters-Targeted to convert the readers or prospective customers into genuine customers. Such newsletters are the best way to promote your existing products and introduce new products and services free of cost to the customers.

Company Newsletters- Framed to notify and keep in-house company staff acquainted with the latest developments, additions, information’s, recognition’s and useful updates about the organization.
A Professional Approach

The information provided through newsletters can fetch multiple benefits for your business, but only if they cater to the expectations and requirements of the target audience and prospective customers. A newsletter put together shoddily, with no serious thought into its content or design, can backfire, doing more harm than good. 

Whether it is an online newsletter or a printed one, you should always follow a formula to keep them interesting for the target audience. Of course, a newsletter does give you the chance to sneak in an ad; but the idea is to do this without losing your audience and by talking about something they care about. When done professionally, newsletters can convey your message and generate an impact for your business and achieve customer interest.

Always send your newsletter to a well-thought out target customer group. And remember, to keep them short, simple and eye catching

Why Outsourcing?

Many business enterprises prefer to outsource their newsletters. This will not only reduce the costs and saves time, but will be more effective when pitched correctly.

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