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7 Ways To Fail At Ezine Publishing

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Are you looking to build a successful ezine?

If you're destined to fail at ezine publishing, take note
of the following 7 points. How many of these mistakes are
you making right now?

1. Don't collect names from your website(s)

Are you familiar with pop-ups? Some hate them, some love
them, some feel that they are intrusive and annoying.
Bottom line, they bring in subscribers. So why wouldn't
you use them?

There are a number of resources for pop-up scripts online.
Go to and type in "pop-up scripts". If you're a
non-techie, here's a good affordable pop-up system that can
be auto-configured for you in less than 8 minutes:

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2. Don't personally connect with your audience

There's nothing worse than a dull, boring, "plain jane"
ezine. Readers want to know the *real* you. If you have any
hobbies or interests, tell your readers. If you're a big
Chicago Cubs fan, let your readers know. But use your head
and keep it in context.

3. Don't publish *fresh* content

Keep your content fresh. Don't use the same old articles
that have been kicking around online for 8 months. It's
disappointing to your readers and they'll quickly lose
interest (or worse, unsubscribe!).

4. Don't tell your readers what to do

If you don't tell your readers what to do, they'll do
exactly that -- nothing!

Send your readers to a webpage. Recommend that they buy a
product that you personally endorse. Suggest that they sign
up for a free report. Ask them to pass along your ezine to
their friends, associates, etc.

If you provide quality content and personally connect with
your readers, they already trust you. When this happens,
many of them will immediately act on your recommendations.

5. Don't personalize your email communications

If your e-mail software cannot personalize hundreds of
outgoing emails automatically, get one that can. Nothing
spells "mass-mailing" more than starting an email
with, "Dear Internet Friend".

Alternatively, you can utilize a good autoresponder to do
the trick.

Here's an autoresponder service that I've been very pleased
with. Oddly enough, they're also the least expensive:

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6. Don't sell products to your readers

Are you planning to make money with your ezine? If not,
you're going to lose motivation real fast. No one likes
working for free -- unless you're doing volunteer work
where there are greater rewards than making money.

The answer? Affiliate programs. The best part is, you can
begin selling products right now at no cost to you. Did you
notice the affiliate products mentioned within this article? ;-)

There are probably a dozen products that would be of
benefit to your readers. Gardeners, car enthusiasts,
computer programmers .. you can find all the products you
need by visiting a few popular Affiliate program

7. Don't promote your ezine

If your ezine marketing strategy is -- "go crazy" for 3
days and then kick back and relax, you're destined for
failure. Ezine publishing requires constant nurturing to
grow. You're not going to build an ezine with 15Free Articles,000
subscribers by playing bingo three nights a week.

Here's a handy tool that helps automate the time consuming
process of promoting your ezine:

So there you have it. 7 ways to avoid *failure* as an ezine
publisher. Put these proven ideas into motion and you're
sure to improve the success of your ezine.

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