How to Send Weekly Newsletters: Send regular newsletters to your list

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In this tutorial you’ll learn how to send weekly newsletters consistently to your list using my recommended email marketing service.

how to send weekly newsletters

You know you want to be sending out regular emails to your list, but you aren’t exactly sure how to go about.

Your email marketing service dashboard feels foreign and confusing, and you aren’t sure where to start.

You just wish you had a step by step process in place so you don’t have to struggle with the tech every time.

I’ve created a process for myself that cuts down my email list scheduling to just 30 minutes each week.

I know it’ll be helpful for you, too, so I created this video to walk you through my easy process for how to send weekly newsletters.

 

In the video, I use a pre-designed template I created for this particular client to send show you how to send weekly newsletters.

But you may not have a template set up yet. If you want to learn how to create newsletter templates in Mailerlite, you can read all about how to create a similar template for yourself right here.

After you watch this video, you’ll know exactly how to send regular emails to your list, and you’ll be able to stick to that commitment to send them weekly.

Even if you aren’t using Mailerlite, my recommended service, this video will still be informative.

The process to sending a newsletter email is similar in most email marketing services.

Hope it’s helpful!

Jennie

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