Training

 

Do you get that sinking feeling when you sit down to write your e-newsletter? 

Are you struggling for ideas, wondering what on earth you can write this time?

Now there's a system for creating newsletter content that works every time.

Have you looked around any sports dressing rooms lately? You might be surprised!

No, we're not talking any funny business. The fact is, the answer to the questions above lies in sports dressing rooms all around the world. What do we mean by that? To win each team or sportsperson needs a strategy. They need to understand their objectives, take account of the terrain and have a plan to deliver the result they want. That's how some win… and some lose. We'd rather be on the winning team. Wouldn't you?

Presenting – E-Newsletter Strategy Workshop

by Juliet Fay, Copywriter

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  2 Responses to “Training”

  1. With havin so much content and articles do you ever
    run into any problems of plagorism or copyright infringement?
    My blog has a lot of exclusive content I’ve either authored myself or outsourced
    but it seems a lot of it is popping it up all over the
    web without my permission. Do you know any ways to help protect against content from being stolen?
    I’d really appreciate it.

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  2. Hi Andy. I haven’t had that problem per se. You can use Copyscape to check if your content is being used elsewhere. One idea: you could take the opposite approach and encourage people to publish your articles so long as they link back to the original. Maybe ensure you add plenty of links to pages on your site within each article. Then it is more hassle to copy the content and edit those out? It is worth using the copyright symbol for every post although I know by itself it’s not a 100% effective deterrent. Hope you can resolve this. All the best Juliet

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