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Internet Marketing Newsletter

Written by George Manty  · August 8, 2005

Last week, Edward Gause of Trinale sent out an email to his subscriber list that said he was taking a hiatus from publishing new issues of his Internet marketing newsletter. He is doing this to focus on one of his online ventures for a while. When I saw the email, I decided to contact him about filling in for him in the interim. He and I have a similar focus (teaching beginners Internet Marketing) and I already have a monthly Internet Marketing Newsletter so I thought it would be a great oppurtunity for his subscribers to continue to get valuable information and for me to get more exposure. It’s a win-win situation. He agreed and now I will be writing his Internet Marketing Newsletter for a little while.

It is going to be a little more work writing a newsletter for him, because Trinale’s newsletter is published every 2 weeks, whereas my website marketing newsletter is only published once a month. However, his subscriber list is bigger than mine (about 2600+).

Things at work are starting to calm back down to normal, which means I should be posting more regularly by the end of this week.

If you like this weblog you should go sign up for my Internet Marketing Newsletter to learn more about Internet Marketing.

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One Response to “Internet Marketing Newsletter”

  1. Edward on August 10th, 2005 6:35 pm

    Hi George,

    I was out doing the usual surfin’ and researchin’ and during search of my name, I was lead here.

    Great post. And on my birthday too! I just want to add in the fact that my newsletter takes more not only because of the bi-weekly publicationsYou might want to add in that it’s more work with my newsletter because of the additional resources provided that you don’t typically find in other newsletters.

    I haven’t signed up any new members but I did build an new opt-in list from 8 to 63 subscribers in 3 days so I’ll definitely have a “how to” on that one when I get back!

    Well, it back to the ‘net. Low-budget (and useful)promotion resources are REALLY few and far between these days!

    I’ll be in touch..