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8 tips for building your EFT practice with email newsletters

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated. Please use my newest advancement, Optimal EFT. It is more efficient, more powerful and clearly explained in my free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™.  Best wishes, Gary

Hi Everyone,

There are many ways to expand your EFT Practice and Carol Solomon gives some quality tips for doing so through newsletters. Some good ideas here.

Hugs, Gary

By Carol Solomon, Ph.D. MCC

Some people say that email newsletters are no longer effective.  There are just too many of them. I disagree.

Email newsletters establish you as an authority in your field, and you don’t even have to write a book!  Although you will be able to if you write consistently for an email newsletter.  And it doesn’t have to be hard.

In a few short years, my email newsletter has grown to over 16,000 subscribers.  My coaching and EFT business has not only grown at warp speed, but I have connected with an incredibly fascinating group of people from all over the world - my clients.

I credit this phenomenal growth of my business to my email newsletter.  It is clearly a marketing engine.

There has been a bit of a learning curve, and sometimes I’ve had to hold my breath and click the “send” button.  But the journey has been well worth it.

Here are some tips from what I have learned along the way for making it easy:

  1. Show up as YOU.  You really don’t need a lot of book knowledge to write an email newsletter.  Your genuineness and sincerity in wanting to help people is your biggest asset.
  2. Write about yourself and tell the hard truth.  Stories about yourself and your own life are very compelling.
  3. Make it about them.  Stories about you help people identify with and trust you, but your readers are even more interested in what you can do for them.  I try to write 1/3 about me, and 2/3 about them.
  4. Make it personal.  Write as if you are writing to one person.  Try to imagine a typical reader with a typical problem and help them solve it - you will have an instant fan club.
  5. Take a strong stand.  Your readers need you to have a strong opinion and speak from authority.  You are not writing simply for self-expression.
  6. Know your audience.  You cannot spend enough time learning about your audience, so put your time in here.  Your readers need to know that you can identify with their issues.  Where are they getting stuck?  What are the missing pieces that they are overlooking?  What are the misconceptions?  How do they think?
  7. Keep it short.  People don’t have time to read long newsletters.  Have the sections clearly labeled (as Gary does) so people can pick and choose, or keep it brief if you want it to be read.
  8. Give people a specific focus to think about or make a few concise points.  Numbered lists and bullet points have never been more useful.

Email newsletters are a great combination when partnered with blogs and websites.  Start your fan club today!

With love,

Carol Solomon, Ph.D. MCC


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