Tips and Insight on Effective Email for Your Business
Guarantee Recipients Opening Your Emails With These Secrets To Successful Subject Lines! by William Johnston
Learn how to get your emails read every time. Here are a few great tips which will show you how to never get your email deleted again.
Make Your E-mail Signature File WORK for You by Alexandria K. Brown
When you think about how many e-mails you actually send a day, it's probably more than you realize! Each one provides a chance to slip in your own subtle marketing message. Your e-mail signature is the perfect opportunity to promote your business, as well as do your clients and prospects a favor. Learn how to make your signature line work harder for you.
Email Marketing and Web Communication: Ten Key Tips to Get Your Messages Read by Ross Storey
Email is the world's latest art of communication but too many marketers forget to use it in a way that does not upset readers or put them off. This article examines 10 key tips about how to use the best email language to generate relationships and sales in web marketing.
How Email Etiquette Will Make You More Money through Loyal, Repeat Customers by Michael Turner
Find Out Exactly How You Can Use Email to Rake in Cash Hand Over Fist
7 Great Email Habits for the Beginning Internet Entrepreneur by Michael Turner
7 Great Email Habits for the Beginning Internet Entrepreneur - What Every Marketer Needs to Know About Communicating by Email
Are Opt-in Email Lists Still Valuable in this SPAM Age? by Lois S.
One of the things that the introduction of blogs has done is to cause an exodus of sorts from email newsletters or ezines to online publishers simply publishing the information on their blogs.
4 Tips On Taming Your Email by Inez Ng
Are you drowning in a sea of email? These simple tips and strategies can get you started in gaining control of the email avalanche.
What Do Your E-Mail Messages Say About You? by Charlene Rashkow
There probably isn't a business person alive who hasn't at one time or another experienced total frustration along with an inability to resolve a difficult business situation via e-mail. But rude, angry communication won't win your case.
Real Estate Agents – What Type of Content Should You Include in Your Newsletter? by Al Kernek
One of the biggest concerns for Realtors who publish their own email newsletter is determining the type of content that will gain interest from their readership. After all, real estate agents who engage in this endeavor want prospective buyers and sellers to open their newsletter and thus be reminded that the agent is their local real estate expert. Ideally, readers should find the content so interesting that they will even forward the newsletter to their friends or relatives who might be prospective clients as well. This "viral marketing" often leads to a profitable source of income for agents.
Personal vs Professional Life Email - Don't Squander Your First Internet Impression by Jeffrey Alexander Brathwaite
They say first impressions are everything these days. So why are you turning business away by sending a free email address to your potential customer? Better yet, why are you giving away a perfect opportunity to promote your business?
Don't Attach That! by Judith Kallos
The topic of sending attachments by e-mail is not one that is discussed as much as it probably should be. It is easy to attach a file to an e-mail. Almost too easy! E-mail programs allow you to attach almost anything, regardless of the size and format without giving the sender any sort of guidance as to the consequences of their actions.
Follow Up Letter for Past Customers - Why and How to Write It by Ladan Lashkari
Following up with your past customers is a proven way to make a lot of extra sales. Learn how to write money-making follow up messages.
What Is An Email Signature And What Do I Do With It? by Linda Miller
A signature is a short block of text at the end of a message with information identifying you and providing additional information about what you are offering. You can think of your signature as passive advertising. It follows you wherever you go on the Internet and quietly and very effectively tells those you meet who you are and what you do - if you are taking advantage of the benefits of a personalized signature.
How to Make Your Email Smile by Scott Ginsberg
Technology has a tendency to be impersonal and unfriendly - if you let it. Think of the last time you received an email from someone, read it, and said to yourself, “Boy was that a lifeless, mal-prepared, impersonal message - looks like Randy really cares to stay connected with me.”?
Does Punctuation Really Matter in Email? by Tracy Peterson Turner, PhD
The CommaIn the next few issues, I’ll be addressing marks of punctuation—especially as they relate to clarity of meaning in email—and try to create order out of chaos. I’ll clarify what has become so confusing in the world of business writing and, as a result, help you be more certain of the punctuation choices you make.
Free Email Accounts – Pros and Cons by Peter Dobler
Free email accounts are great if you want to hide your identity. They are great to sign up for free stuff. They are also very popular for SPAM emails and due to this they also filter too many non-spam emails as well. Ever wondered why you haven't heard from a friend lately.
Why You Need a Newsletter by Stephen Earley Jordan, II
If you’re a small business owner you definitely need promotion. And, if you’re a freelancer—you ARE the product—so you’ll ultimately need self-promotion. Newsletters can not only inform your customer.
5 Rules of Forwarding E-mails by Judith Kallos
If you cannot make the efforts to follow these 5 simple steps before forwarding an e-mail, you shouldn't forward it at all.
Spam! What's the Real Problem by Dean Walden
Most people now know the official definition of spam- Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE for short). That definition does several things we should look at.
10 Netiquette New Year's Resolutions by Judith Kallos
Happy New Year! New attitude? New habits? How about 10 Little New Year's Netiquette Resolutions? Yep! Almost every New Year's resolution is based in improved attitude and habit changes.
Does Your Host Fight Spam? by Eric Lester
Are you a website owner that receives a lot of Spam to your domain's email addresses? This article presents an overview of basic spam-fighting techniques available to website hosting companies. See if yours measures up.
Web Hosting Woes for Beginners by Arun Tibrewal
Most of the beginners usually fall into trap of free hosting, cheaper hosting and other stuff that lead them to land in no man’s land later on. All there efforts and time goes in vein and he has a nightmare to restart working on things again. This article highlights a few of the mistakes committed by first time users.
How to Choose a Web Hosting Company by Bradley James
Insider advice on how to choose the web hosting company that is right for your business or personal website.
GBs and Gbs of Web Hosting by Troy Smith
It wasn't long ago that web hosting was measured in terms of MBs. Alot has changed over the past few years and now gbs and gbs of diskpace and bandwidth are the norm. If your considering purchasing web hosting, this article will give you a little bit of background and advice. If you have any additional questions about web hosting please contact me and I'd be glad to help you.
Linux vs. Windows Web Hosting, Does It Make A Difference? by Daniel Punch
One of the most confusing decisions someone new to web hosting will have to make is which platform their server should be on. For the majority of people it will be far more important to choose a really good web host than to worry about the server-type that they implement.
How To Change Your Web Hosting Provider – Step-By-Step Guide by Calin Indre
Whether you are disgruntled with the level of service your current web hosting provider, or you have discovered a provider that offers you better deal, or your online business has simply outgrown your present provider, any reason is as good as any for changing your web hosting provider. The only concern is how to switch your web site from a web host to another in the right way and no or as little aggravations as possible.