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You probably already know the best way to stay in your audience’s mind is to stay connected.
Offering valuable information that’s both useful/beneficial to people and reflect positively on your brand can be handled, perfectly, via newsletters. So if you don’t have one in place, you probably need to get moving on this one.
Newsletters can take on many forms, or even use a mix of formats, as appropriate to your target market and brand strategy. The samples above offer a look at one way to do it.
But, automating with Mailchimp forced me to change the format to a more standard blog post, auto-mail system and, in truth, I do like to use it much more in some ways, but don’t like some of the limitations. UPDATE: I am now working with Active Campaign and am in the process of changing the Newsletter format to upgrade it for you. Like you, I am always learning and am hopeful you will enjoy the new ideas I have for your personal INBOX that won’t be shared anywhere else.
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Hi would you mind sharing which blog platform you’re working with?
I’m going to start my own blog in thee near future but I’m having a difficult time choosing betweden BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution and Drupal.
The reason I ask is bercause youur design and
style seems different then most blogs and I’m looking for something unique.
P.S My apologies for getting off-topic but I had to ask!
Sue-Ann Bubacz says
Thanks for stopping by and a question is absolutely no problem at all. Here’s what I know, WordPress.org powers 25% of all websites, currently. That means there are a lot of resources, like easy and compatible plugins (for share buttons, etc.) and so much more, easily available out there for free or low costs, if you’re working from this universally used and developed platform.
My site is a WordPress site but I use Studio Press and their Genesis theme along with a Parallax Pro theme for the homepage and these are not free themes, but I think well worth it. Studio Press has a great reputation.
Take a look at this page, if you like, as it offers a lot of info and resources to cover a lot of startup website topics and may be quite helpful for you. Also, under the “platforms” section, there’s a link for comparisons that shows WordPress vs. Drupal and others to help you further. I honestly don’t know much about Drupal so I can’t tell you more but the resources in the link will help:) Best wishes with your new site and thanks again. Sue-Ann