Posted on June 1, 1999

  The Add Me! Newsletter           *** ISSUE #34 ***
  "Free tips for promoting your website and business"
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  June 1st, 1999                   *** ISSUE #34 ***

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   9 Sure-Fire Ways To Increase Your E-zine's Readership!

  By Larry Dotson
  � 1999 L.D. Publishing

  100% Original

  Give your subscribers content they can't read anywhere else.
  I'm not saying all your content has to be 100% original, but a
  portion of your e-zine should have original information. People
  will usually read information they haven't read before.

  You Have Won!

  Hold an ongoing prize drawing in your e-zine. The prizes should
  be something of interest or value to your subscribers. Most
  people who enter will continually read each issue for the

  Was I Right?

  Give your subscribers a quiz or a series of trivia questions.
  Publish the correct answers in your following issue. The people
  who participate will want to see if they were right.

  Read All About It!

  Supply news stories related to your e-zine's topic. People want
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  The Polls Are In!

  Hold an interactive poll in your e-zine. Ask subscribers a poll
  question. Have them e-mail their vote or opinion. People love
  to give their 2 cents worth. They would also like to read the
  results in your next issue.

  Become A Jester :)

  Give your subscribers a little humor now and then. Don't be so
  serious, tell them a joke. If they associate your e-zine with
  being happy they will want to read every issue.

  The Information Free-way

  People love to get free stuff. Tell readers were to get free
  stuff online or offline. It could be software, services, sample
  products, e-books etc. The freebies should be related to your
  e-zine's topic. Keep the freebies coming and your subscribers
  will keep reading!


  Tell your subscribers about Web sites related to your e-zine's
  topic. The web sites should be interesting and helpful. Become
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  they get.

  In Our Next Issue...

  Get your subscribers excited about your next issue. Tell them
  about upcoming articles, prize drawings, freebies etc. If they
  know what's in store for them, they won't want to miss reading
  your next issue.

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