They should get an email thanking them Individual Email List for signing up, and pointing out the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email. You don't want them to feel trapped. Besides, if at any point they decide receiving your emails is not for them, you want to make it easy for them to Individual Email List leave. Too many autoresponder lists are choked with people who don't open the emails sent to them. 2) About Us/Services & Products - Day 02 The next day, send them an email that spells out what your company does. Short and simple is always best! 3) Mission Statement/Philosophy - Day 09 Individual Email List Your next email gives them a bit of background.
It might be, "I started this business Individual Email List because... we believe that... " The important message here is, "This is why we do what we do." 4) Helpful Info/Article - Day 13 As I said near the beginning, too many businesses quit giving of themselves. Here's another chance to give your new list member something they can use. Maybe it's a checklist, or a graphic they can keep on their desk, or Individual Email List an article (one of your blog posts) that provides helpful info, and solves one small problem - I like to say that it scratches an itch - that they Individual Email List might have. 5) What's Your Opinion?
Day 19 Don't you hate it when you meet someone, and Individual Email List any conversation is all about them? We call them boors - and not just because they're usually boring! So, don't be that person. Create a blog post that's a poll, or asks a question. Ask people that question in this email, and Individual Email List point them to the post where you encourage them to leave their opinion, or their thoughts on the subject. This accomplishes several things. First, you're soliciting their input, and that will make them feel important! Also, when they go to the post, they will see you have Individual Email List several other people who are interacting with you