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1. Where (and how) to find quality subscribers
2. An automatic drip campaign that will sell your books for years
3. How to structure your newsletters and how often to send them
4. How to create good subject lines and great content
5. The best readers to target for a healthy list
6. A fool-proof system for getting reviews
7. How to build a strong street team
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I Know Where and How to Find Subscribers …What Next?
"The race does not always go to the swift, but often to the ones who keep running."
The rest of the book will go in depth into what to do with your subscribers once you have them. I've broken the topics into individual chapters:
•How to Structure Your Newsletters
•How Often to Contact
•Content (and Ideas for It)
How to Structure Your Newsletters
Objective for Emails
The emails you send your readers need to show that you are a human, that you have a life, and that writing isn't the only thing you do. The amount of personal information you include is completely up to you, but if you only share things about books, they won't feel a connection with you and will think you're only interested in selling to them, which is spammy. In almost every email I send, I include pictures of my kids (not their names), things we're working on at home, and the trials we're facing that affect my writing.
When someone feels like they're on your side, it's much easier and more natural for them to cheer you on and help you out. Even if they don't buy your books (and you will have plenty of subscribers who won't), they'll assist you with pushing them and in promoting the events you're involved in. A couple of my biggest supporters and helpers haven't ever read anything I've written, apart from my emails. Shame on them! ;-) :-) (We're working on it. :-)) Remember, though, that even if they aren't reading your books, they still can help out in some way. And if you keep nurturing these relationships, they'll eventually become your readers.
Let readers know you enjoy hearing from them. The one-on-one conversations will help them feel valued, and there will be a higher chance of them downloading or helping in some way. Plus, having them respond increases the chances that your emails will be delivered to them.