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Guessing the Direction of the US Market Email Newsletter Business Opportunity - Helen Bairstow The Easiest way to do a Client Newsletter. The Current Climate, a Threat or an Opportunity -- Part 2 How do I use ATC articles for my clients? In depth industry publication by ATC SMSF Professionals Association's annual conferenceeMail Marketing Seminar
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eMail Marketing Seminar

Click here to buy - A How To Book of SMSF's by Tony Negline

Helen Bairstow

This seminar will give you knowledge and confidence to get started or to improve an existing email newsletter to be an effective marketing tool. Savvy business owners know that given the opportunity their customers will tell others about their business which is invaluable word-of-mouth (WOM). Some of the topics covered: The 3 keys to successful eMarketing; Where's the "prime" real estate in email?; What's the best day and time to send?; How often should you communicate with your list?; What makes readers trust you enough to open your email?; Complying with Australian Spam legislation; Discover how much a subscriber is worth; How to get around pictures not downloading. Next seminar Melbourne 25 March. More dates, venues and details:

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