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Effective Email Marketing Strategy 7

Posted on August 09, 2013 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

Invite Interaction

Do not forget to ask your readers for their comments, questions or future topics they would like to see covered. The whole point of writing an ezine or newsletter is to build a relationship with your prospects and invite further interaction. You want them to take the next step by picking up the telephone or sending you an email. Make it clear that not only is this an acceptable way of contacting you, but the best way.

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