Know What Your Customers Want to Read.
by Andrew Michaels | Page Views: 410 | Published: 04/08/2009 | Updated: 04/08/2009 |
Newsletters are something that can be a little hard to immediately define.
What exactly goes into a good newsletter? The problem with answering that question is that each industry might have a different answer. Sometimes people are going to be looking for a lot of information on the employees in a company. They want to know who the people are running things, and this is what they find interesting.
In another industry they might want to know more about future developments. The things that interest them are the new products that are going to be coming out soon, or something similar to that. Or maybe they're more interested in learning how well the company is doing. They want to know what your successes are and what you're looking to improve upon.
Knowing what it is that people are looking for is going to be important for a number of reason, because you need to remember that newsletters are just as much a part of your marketing as the postcards you send out or the posters you put up on the wall.
This means that the first step towards a successful newsletter printing push is to figure out exactly what it is that your customers are interested in.
The first way of going about figuring this out is a very direct approach. Send out a postcard to your customers with a checklist on it. On the postcard ask them what topics they would be interested in reading about if you started up a newsletter. All you have to do now is look over the information you were given to figure out the best topics to deal with in your newsletter.
Another way would be by looking at the other newsletters that companies are doing in your area. If they're focusing a lot of attention on things like future developments or talking about their employees than you know what will most likely work well for you.
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