Anyone can create their own newsletter easily and without any external help. The process involves a particular set of tasks that need to be done properly and in an orderly manner. This is all that creating a newsletter involves. First things first, we need to find a topic for our newsletter. Do not start a topic-less newsletter or a newsletter that is about everything. Your topic needs to be specific.
Afterwards, you reach the stage where you need a title for your newsletter. This title will set your newsletter apart from the crowd. Do not pick a title because you feel like it. Instead, you should craft one. Whatever title you choose, it should conform to as many of these characteristics as possible. Ideally, it should satisfy all of them. An effective title needs to be descriptive, short, unique and catchy.
Three different formats are used for publishing newsletters. These are text, HTML and PDF. Each format is perfect for one purpose but not for another. They have different features and therefore, fulfill different needs. So to pick the right format, you must first know your needs. And choose accordingly. The newsletter design is just as important as any other component of the newsletter. If you can, create your own newsletter design, or else have it created for you or use a free design or template.
What largely determines an email newsletter success or failure is its content. Provide poor content and you will break your newsletter down. Quality content is what really counts in newsletter long term success. Produce quality newsletter articles regularly and you will enjoy the rewards and fruits of your hard work for years to come. To send your newsletter, you need to join an autoresponder service. This usually cost around $19 per month but it is really worth it because the autoresponder helps you automate several aspects of the newsletter.
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Are you looking for an internet business opportunity that could make you some real money? If in this article I’m going to be covering one the top money making ideas on the internet, eBay.
First off, eBay is a huge market place selling thousands of different products. Everything from cars to Pez dispensers and the best part is you can be in on the action as well. To get started sign up for an eBay seller account and start looking for things to sell around your house.
Look through old closets, attics, and garages to find things to sell. However if you don’t have anything to sell that’s not a problem either. I know a guy makes $60,000 a year by going to auction around the area buying up stuff and selling it on eBay.
However maybe you would like to stream line things a little more as sell name brand products like the pro’s do. Not a problem, with wholesalers like Doba they work with name brand companies, like Nike, HP, Apple, and Black & Decker.
The benefit to using a company like this is that they will sell it for less and then once someone orders a product you just place the order with Doba and the product will be drop shipped straight to the buyers door.
To be honest you can make some big money with eBay but you also need to do more than just sell you also need to research the products you are selling that way you are staying competitive in the market and making money in the end. You should also know that their will be a learning curve when getting started.
Finally, the last big benefit to running a business like this is that it doesn’t take much to manage once your started with only a few hours a day. To learn more about this opportunity go eBay.com to get started.
Investing in junk silver, or silver coins (dimes, quarters and half-dollars) minted before 1965, is an interesting way to ride the ever increasing commodity prices of precious metals due to market demand or loss of purchasing power of the dollar. Trading junk silver on eBay gives you a quick easy way to accumulate or liquidate silver as the price fluctuates; however, when purchasing junk silver, be aware that misleading listing descriptions may result in over inflated silver prices when bidding on items.
The first thing you really need to know is how much silver is in junk coins. Excluding silver dollars, where silver dollar values are higher due to higher silver content, junk silver coins when they first were minted contained .7234 ounces of silver per dollar. Due to circulation the content decreases with wear, thus a standard was set by Coin Dealers at .715 ounces of silver per dollar.
When bidding on junk silver, you will see listings in units of dollars or in units of ounces. To determine the silver price you are bidding on, simply take the face dollar amount of the silver coins, multiple by .715, and then multiple by the spot price of silver.
Some eBay listings will have the item in units of ounces. If you carefully read the listing, it will state that the coins are nearly uncirculated demanding higher silver content or have a conversion error in Troy ounces vs. U.S. ounces. Often the bid will be on a face value of $1.30 worth of junk silver per ounce when the true standard set long ago is a face value of $1.40 junk silver per ounce.
Try to keep you maximum bid as close to spot price scaled for the amount of silver you are purchasing. A five percent markup in trading costs is not uncommon so try to limit your bid below that margin. Also, look for lower shipping costs especially if you only buy a face value of $1 worth of junk silver since the coins can be shipped first class for fewer than fifty cents.