Not everyone who visits your website or provides you with their e-mail address will visit your site every time you add new content. You may begin offering a new product or service, one that you want your established customers to know about, and creating a new page describing it may not be enough.
The best, and easiest, way for you to keep the lines of communication open with your customers or clients and provide them with a flow of information may be to produce a newsletter that can be sent to them at little cost. Your newsletter may be an occasional one, it may be a monthly one, or any time period you choose. You pick the time period that works best for your business, and there’s no reason not to have special editions that work much the same way as announcements.
With a newsletter, you can keep your earlier clients and customers informed about changes at your business. If you have a new product or service that you’re offering, if you are having a limited-time promotion or are phasing out something that you feel your customers may wish to take advantage of, a newsletter is the perfect way to alert them about these changes. You can use it to introduce new personnel or contact information, it’s an excellent way to mention updates, or you can even use it to indicate a temporary closure for moving or vacation purposes.
Your customers will enjoy receiving your newsletter, which will remind them of your business. Their earlier pleasure or satisfaction will be remembered, and it’s possible that they will refer you to others or send them your newsletter. However, if your customers wish to stop receiving newsletters from you, they have the option of easily unsubscribing. Constant Contact and iContact are two e-mail marketing companies we recommend based on ease of use and pricing.
Establishing and maintaining a relationship with your customers doesn’t need to be time consuming, but it is a very effective way of increasing your profits.