In this video we show you how to access your print newsletters. We also explain the different types of print newsletters. You’ll learn important information about your print newsletters so
EVER WISHED SOMEONE WOULD JUST DO YOUR FACEBOOK FOR YOU? Some of you know that we have been testing Facebook posts with some members for some time. We think we’ve
We’ve created a brand new exclusive Facebook Group for our Ready To Go Newsletter members. It is a place for high-level relationship building, social media market and newsletter DISCUSSIONS… sharing
To get to your email newsletters, hover over Your Newsletters in the menu, then choose Email Newsletters.
Thank you to everyone who entered the 2015 Newsletter Marketer of the Year Contest. We had some terrific responses – you made all of us here at Ready to Go
Confused and overwhelmed by your printing and mailing options? Let us surprise you with how easy.. and cost effective… a direct mail campaign can be! Read more here.
If you’d like to make your newsletter even more targeted to your clients, but you don’t have time to write any articles, we can help. Our article-writing service costs just
For US clients we have introduced the Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) print template with your regular 4 page and 2 page newsletters. EDDM is an 8 ½ by 11
Thank you! Thank you to everyone who filled out our survey. It was very helpful and we have already acted on a couple of suggestions. The winner of the $200
By Simon Payn I just read some astonishing stats about real estate agents (but the same will likely apply to your business) in RISMedia. • Only 18% of real estate
Well, you know what I’m going to say – send both! But seriously, let me explain the pros and cons of each. Print newsletters Pros: They are a physical object.
One of the metrics you can track in our email sending system (powered by VerticalResponse) is clicks through to your website. (This metric is often overlooked – people usually focus