How To Create 2 Super-Profitable Email Publications


 How To Create 2 Super-Profitable Email Publications

A dying art form for many, print media can still be a highly profitable venture. In an era where the newspaper industry is all but gone, there is an opportunity to fill the void with a publication that distinctly appeals to your niche. A good tip for making money as an online publisher is starting with a low-budget product and then scaling up to meet demand.

When it comes to email newsletters, you have two options: one that will be published weekly and another that will be published monthly. You might find it easier to start off with the weekly publication first and work on perfecting your content before trying once again with a monthly newsletter . This way you could make sure you have enough content before launching your second newsletter project.

In this content, we're going to split up a content strategy for both a weekly and monthly email newsletter. Each one has its own strengths and weaknesses. With the weekly newsletter , you will need to depend on old content in order to provide something new to readers. In the monthly publication , you'll have more time to work on quality writing so that each piece is unique and interesting. You could also choose different topics for each newsletter; this will give your subscribers something fresh each month.

Since we are talking about email publications, it's important that we use some graphics when designing our pages. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words and our publication is no different. The content is what we want the readers to read, but it's okay to have some visual aids for them as well. Utilizing content and visuals will help your subscribers get the information they need faster.

Now that we've laid out our goals for our newsletters, let's focus on how to create a series of publications within this niche. We'll be looking at two different types: weekly email newsletters and monthly email newsletters .

One of the major differences between these two categories is that with a weekly newsletter you only have a few days to work on content. With the monthly newsletter , you have months ahead of you to build up your base of content before publishing. Both kinds of newsletters are highly useful and focus on various topics, but one is more "event driven" while the other is more informational.

The first category I'll be looking at is a weekly newsletter. This will be based around a certain concept or event that takes place at an interval of time. The content will rotate through different events each week as we build up our base of content. When we launch we might have enough content for five issues, but if we're able to provide something new for readers every week then our readers would most likely continue to subscribe for another issue after the initial launch.

Let's say we plan on launching our email publication in two weeks. We'll need to choose what kind of content we are going to be covering. We will also need to create a schedule for our monthly newsletters . For this project, I've chosen a daily newsletter with features that will appear at different intervals throughout the month. In the weekly publication , this might be very easy, but in the monthly newsletter I would have to plan out my week out beforehand. Up until now, I've been working on the first and only feature of my online publication. Now that it's time for me to launch in two weeks, I'll need to include an "Intro" page as well as all five categories. It's important that I follow a schedule because if I'm not able to produce content then it only makes sense that my visitors will forget about my website and the online publication all together.

You should also be certain of your expenses before developing your content. If you develop an issue and don't have enough resources to print it, you might end up wasting time and money – not to mention disappointing your subscribers. For both my weekly and monthly newsletters , I'll be using the templates from Blocs . This will give me a solid base for all of my publications. All of the content that I plan on using is information that is already available on the web so I shouldn't need to do any writing. While it might be tempting to create content from scratch, it's best to focus on your strengths rather than trying to cover up weaknesses.

The first newsletter that I plan on developing is a weekly publication . This is going to be a small event that lasts for a short period of time. The first issue will feature the full schedule of events and the next four issues will feature tips on how to enjoy your summer. This is more or less an "event driven" newsletter, so the topics for each issue are predetermined. Since we have about two weeks before our launch, we can start working on our content right now (assuming we already have an outline).

I suggest you use our website for hosting your online publication . This website is already set up for this purpose and you don't have to worry about any technical issues. The only thing you will need is the FTP access, so make sure that you have that ready before you get started.

While we are still deciding on what kind of online publication we are going to be working on, let us now look at the content strategy .

We all know that every online publication needs to focus on a niche and a purpose. If you want to create an online publication that is useful and related to your niche, then the content should be focused around something unique or interesting about your niche. Furthermore, it's important you build up your base of articles before launching your first issue. If you have only one article in your base, then your readers might feel cheated out of something they need to read.

Now that we have laid out our goals for our online publication and it's content strategy , let us move on to the next step: creating the structure of our online publication .

If you're still wondering what a news website is and how it works, do a search on Google or Yahoo. You can find several websites that will explain all of this in detail. I've chosen not to do this because it will probably take away from the purpose of this guide. Instead, I will focus on the basics that are important to know about news sites.

What makes a news website different from all the others? Well, for one thing it's the most read type of website. Once you get your readership from an online publication you already have something that is important to your business. On the other hand, if you're creating a site that will be informational instead of entertaining, then you might have better luck finding an audience for this kind of site.

News websites are always changing and some are very successful while others fade away in obscurity. There is no set way to make money on a news website , but there are some ways that can help build up your base of readership . Unlike the other types of online publications that target a niche audience, making money on a news website relies heavily on your advertising revenue.

There are two major things that you need to think about when you're creating a news website. First, you need to choose an appropriate name for your publication. Second, you have to pick out the basic structure of your website. While I know this doesn't sound very interesting, it's important that you get this out of the way early in the game. Choosing a name requires thought and careful consideration and deciding on the structure for your website will affect how well it's set up for future expansion.


In the end, what all of this comes down to is that you need to make your online publication as enjoyable as possible. If you manage the amount of time that you spend on this project correctly, then it's all about the big picture. You do not have to spend hours each day working on your online publication; you just need to get it to its final stage by the deadline. If you can do that, then you will be fine and able to make enough revenue with your online publication .

I hope this guide was helpful for those who were looking for a general overview on how to create an online publication .

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