How Often Should You E-mail Your List by SMBELAL

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Chances are, your readers will want to hear from you somewhere between once a month and once a week. Less than once a month, and they may forget who you are or miss out on good offers. More than once a week, and they may see your emails as just more “noise” in their inbox. Read more: https://smbelal.com/

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How Often Should YOU Email Your List/Audience? Survey Your Audience to Find Out What They Want Some Common Problems Related to Emailing Frequency Changing the Frequency of Your Emails 01 02 03 04 2 Conclusion 05

How Often Should YOU Email Your List/Audience? :

Chances are, your readers will want to hear from you somewhere between once a month and once a week. Less than once a month, and they may forget who you are or miss out on good offers. More than once a week, and they may see your emails as just more “noise” in their inbox. How Often Should YOU Email Your List/Audience? 3

Survey Your Audience to Find Out What They Want:

5 Survey Your Audience to Find Out What They Want If you’re not too sure what will suit your audience, ask them. The easiest way to do this (and get a reasonable range of responses) is to run a survey. You’ll probably want to ask questions that go beyond just the frequency of your emails. For example,  How often would you like to receive emails from me? Daily Twice a week Once a week Twice a month Monthly Quarterly (every three months) Other

Some Common Problems Related to Emailing Frequency:

Some Common Problems Related to Emailing Frequency 6 Sometimes, you might be having difficulties with your email newsletter without realizing those difficulties could be solved by changing the frequency. On the other hand, you might also be worried about your email frequency because you  think  something is a problem when it really isn’t. “I Struggle to Come Up With Enough Content for My Newsletters” “People Unsubscribe Whenever I Send an Email” “I Get a Lot of Spam Complaints”

Problem #1: “I Struggle to Come Up With Enough Content for My Newsletters” :

If you find it tough to come up with ideas for your newsletters, you could: Send out blog posts rather than separate newsletters: Some bloggers send their entire blog post by email. Others craft a short summary or ‘teaser’ and then link to the post. You can send out your post using  RSS to email . Write shorter newsletters:   If you’re including two unique articles and a Q&A in every newsletter, you’re probably overwhelming your readers as well as yourself. Email less frequently:  Obviously, if you go from emailing once a week to once a month, you’ll only need to come up with a quarter of the original amount of content. Re-run old newsletters:   If you’ve been emailing for more than a year, you’ll have lots of people on your newsletter list who never saw your earliest newsletters. 7 Problem #1: “I Struggle to Come Up With Enough Content for My Newsletters”

Problem #2: “People Unsubscribe Whenever I Send an Email”:

This causes a lot of bloggers to worry unnecessarily. You’ve probably noticed that when you send an email your unsubscribe rate goes up. This might put you off emailing at all, but it shouldn’t. It’s because some people are trying to reduce their incoming emails, and when an email comes in from you it acts as a signal to them to unsubscribe. And don’t worry if you get a lot of unsubscribes whenever you send a promotional email, either. If someone had no intention of ever buying anything from you, let them go. 8 Problem #2: “People Unsubscribe Whenever I Send an Email”

Problem #3: “I Get a Lot of Spam Complaints”:

This is a situation where you’ll want to take action, as a high volume of spam complaints can affect the deliverability of your emails. If you’re emailing more than a couple of times a week, it’s  possible  that the spam complaints are related to the frequency of your emails.  According to Campaign Monitor, one of the most popular reasons for marking emails as spam is because “they emailed too often”. 9 Problem #3: “I Get a Lot of Spam Complaints”

Changing the Frequency of Your Emails:

Changing the Frequency of Your Emails 10 Normally, it’s best to change your emailing frequency fairly gradually. Don’t suddenly go from emailing once a quarter to once a week. It’s going to confuse and put off your subscribers. Instead, gradually change the frequency. You might go to monthly emails, then twice monthly, and then weekly.

Conclusion :

11 Conclusion Let Your Readers Choose How Often They Want to Hear From You. Some readers might be delighted to receive every blog post the day you write it. Others may only want a weekly summary. By giving them the choice, you can keep everyone happy.

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