Newsletter Ninja: How to Become an Author Mailing List Expert - Tammi Labrecque

Newsletter Ninja: How to Become an Author Mailing List Expert

By Tammi Labrecque

  • Release Date: 2018-08-09
  • Genre: Education

Description

Are you struggling with email? Newsletter numbers getting you down? Fewer people opening your messages? No real reaction when you launch a book?

There's another way--better way.

Imagine having a large list of happy readers who devoured every email you sent. Or launching a book and activating an army of fans who did the selling for you. You could be that person, with the help of Newsletter Ninja.

Newsletter Ninja is a comprehensive resource designed to teach you how to build and maintain a strongly engaged email list--one full of actual fans willing to pay for the books you write, rather than free-seekers who will forget your name and never open your emails.

* Learn new ways to think about your email list
* Re-energize your existing subscribers
* Embrace not just the basics, but next level methods
* Improve engagement and watch those open/click rates soar
* Build a happy list of passionate readers
* Launch your books into the charts

You'll get a handle on open rates, click rates, and engagement--while also learning about yourself, your readers, and what you're really selling when you send an email. (Spoiler: it's not your books.)

Whether you're building a mailing list, want to grow an existing one, or simply want to raise your email game, Newsletter Ninja has solutions that will work for you.

Reviews

  • Takes theory and adds plenty of nuts and bolts

    5
    By WLanceHunt
    I’ve been reading so much about how, as an author, I need to have a newsletter/mailing list, and I’ve been stumbling so long, I wasn’t sure it wasn’t an utter waste of time, but with this book, Labrecque adds real world examples and actual items to do, including the single most important part: what do you write about? And it ain’t you, newsletter writer. It’s about things that subscribers dig. Great practical advice to, finally, make mailing-list theory actionable. (Got three in the works right now, another lesson I learned: different audiences=different desires—so SPLIT the LISTS! Deliver different content.)