3 Tips For Sharing Your Newsletter
InboxReads gets a lot of newsletter submissions but not every submission is equal. A successful submission that attracts subscribers requires presenting your newsletter in a concise but marketable way. Often newsletter writers make simple avoidable mistakes that don't do their work justice. Here I'm going to share some tips to improve your submission but also better market your newsletter in general.
The State of Newsletters In 2021
2021 hasn't been much better than 2020 for most of us, but it's been another great year for email newsletters. Last year I wrote the first edition of the State of Newsletters, now this year I can look back at how things have changed since and new trends that sprung up in 2020.
5 Tools For Finding Newsletter Sponsors
The most common monetization model for newsletters has been advertising. Newsletters make great options for advertisers since they're usually laser focussed on a specific niche. But unless you have experience in finding advertisers it can be a challenge.
The State of Newsletters In 2020
2020 has been a terrible year for most things but amazing for newsletters. Newsletters are everywhere now and new ones are being launched every day. InboxReads receives submissions of newsletters and helps readers discover interesting reads. This has given me access to a lot of data to share trends in the newsletter space that can hopefully help others with their products or newsletters.
8 Communities for Newsletter Creators
If you're just starting a newsletter it can be incredibly useful to connect with others who've done it before. The newsletter gold rush is still relatively young and everyone is learning from each other. Thankfully, a handful of great communities have sprung up. Many are filled with experienced newsletter vets and beginners alike. Whether you're looking for advice or just need to share the pains of your journey there's a lot to be gained from being a member of one of these communities.
3 Newsletters to Help You Work From Home & Remotely
With the coronavirus outbreak many companies are asking employees to start working from home. Many organisations are being thrust into remote work without proper preperation and many employees are unused to working from their home. The good news is that the remote work trend has produced companies that have already learnt these things. These newsletters are great resources for advice, tips, and tools you may not be familiar with.
Find Cheap Flights With These Newsletters
When you're planning your next vacation you ideally would like to get the best prices as well. But not many of us have the time to track flights daily and find the best deals for that trip. If you're spontaneous you might like to know when a flight to your dream destination is at it's cheapest. These newsletters remove the hassle of the entire process. They track flight prices so you don't have to and regularly send the best deals to your email.
7 Cryptocurrency Newsletters You Should Be Reading
Keeping up with the cryptocurrency industry is a challenge. Whether you're an investor or a technologist there's a lot to keep track of. These newsletters regularly deliver news, prices, and analysis to your inbox saving you a ton of work and time.