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  • Excellent Book On HT Write An Author Newsletter!

    Finally, a full-length book of how to write newsletters for authors. Tammi Labrecque provides practical information on how to write better newsletters for mailing list subscribers. The key is relationship building before sales. It's a symbiotic relationship and essential to creating superfans. I highly recommend this book and will re-read it often.

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  • Very helpful

    There's a great deal of information here that is not at all intuitive (at least to me) and that explains how one's newsletter can be more effective than it currently is. I'd you've been struggling, I highly recommend this book.

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  • Newsletter Ninja

    A comprehensive guide to building a successful email newsletter following, told with humour.

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  • I'm definitely re-reading

    All the things you need to know to re-engage with a dead list,and more. Lots of links to check out, too. Conversational style, and almost no self-promotion. Well done.

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  • Newsletter Ninja

    I picked up Newsletter Ninja as another author who wrote a non-fiction I had read recommended it. I like newsletters (and sign-up for way too many of them) and with a title as Newsletter Ninja and that cover I knew I had to read this. And I am glad I picked it up as I not only enjoyed reading it, but it also was a very informative book. I really like the newsletter style that Tammi Labrecque recommends in this book and also notice some of the author newsletter I like do some of the things she explains here, whether intentional or not. And it reminds me of how sometimes something an author shares about themselves or a book can make me even more likely to buy their book. Having said that I do think this style might not be for everyone, but even so I think almost everyone will learn something from this book. As there are lots of tips, tricks, ideas and information about all things newsletters. Newsletter Ninja talks about the whole newsletter process. From setting up a newsletter, the onboarding process, to the actual newsletters, newsletter subscribers, how to get subscribers and how to keep them, but also a bit about re-engagement and when to remove subscriber. And ofcourse her newsletter philosophy of selling yourself and connecting with fans and how to do so. I like how to the point the whole book is and she has a pleasant writing style. I had fun reading the book and feel like I learned a lot. I even got some new ideas for my tour company author newsletter. The book also had a very uplifting and encouraging feel and while reading it I really felt like what she was saying makes sense and I could see why her technique works for newsletter and why. I also notice some author newsletter I am subscribed to who do some of the things she outlined and realized that's part of the reason why I like their newsletter. It gave me a better insight in some newsletter techniques too, which was quite interesting. To summarize: I really enjoyed reading this book and it was very informative too. While not for everyone, I think most authors can still learn a few things from this book. I personally really like this author's newsletter philosophy and I realized some of the author newsletter I really like use some of her techniques. Besides the actual newsletter technique/ philosophy, this book talks about the basics from starting your newsletter to the actual newsletter, getting subscribers, cookies and also things like re-engagement and removing subscribers. Everything you want to know about newsletters is in here basically. If you want to change up your newsletter, learn more about newsletter or get some new ideas to try out for your newsletter I would definitely recommend this book and I think it's a great resource.

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