dynamic email

Many companies these days understand that the core of all their success is solely reliant on them being able to turn prospects into paying customers. However, most companies won’t be able to operate for a long time if they only get potential consumers to only make a single purchase from them. that means they have to work at turning these people into loyal and repeat customers. Then, once the company has built up enough loyalty and trust, it’s time to get those people to start promoting the company and its solutions on their own, to their social circles, transforming them from regular customers into brand advocates through word-of-mouth marketing. All of this and more can be achieved through an email newsletter which allows companies to learn more about the target audience, engage with that audience on a regular basis, and more. Although there isn’t a single formula that’s going to fit all companies and consumers, there are a few basic steps that every company needs to take when creating its own email newsletter because the newsletter creation process is more or less the same, but the content of it is going to depend on what the business is trying to achieve, its target audience, branding, and more.

 

Content type

There are several different types of email newsletters that companies can create and the right one is based on what the company is trying to achieve. The first type is creating an email newsletter with original and high-quality content that the company can base on its own information and research. The second type is email newsletters with curated content where the company talks about current events or breaking news stories in its industries, or creates responses to other relevant pieces of content in the industry. The third type is a blend of the previous two where the company begins the newsletters with original content and then adds some curated content at the end. Then there is the point of view email newsletter type which is simply a perspective from an industry influencer, and the digest-style email newsletter shares short descriptions of other content that the company can link to inside the emails.

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Elements

No matter which type of content a company decides to choose for its email newsletters, once the type is chosen, it’s time to map out all of the different elements of that content to create a newsletter that will cater to the needs of the target audience. That means creating an introductory paragraph for the email and adding various elements like graphics, photos, quotes, charts, or bullet points that are going to make the overall newsletter more visually appealing.  Companies can also add frequently asked questions to their emails, short success stories that the readers will find relatable, profiles on customers or staff members, a calendar for upcoming events or offers, and more.

Email

Once the company has settled on all the options it has regarding its email newsletter, including the type of newsletter and all the elements it wants to add to it, it’s time to start gathering all the relevant resources and information that the company will need to create its newsletter, and finally, creating the emails. This process includes creating an attention-grabbing subject line and making sure that the entire email is concise, represents the tone, voice, and style of the company’s brand, and isn’t too long.

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Ronn Torossian is the founder and CEO of 5W Public Relations, one of the largest independently-owned PR firms in the United States. With over 20 years of experience crafting and executing powerful narratives, Torossian is one of America's most prolific and well-respected Public Relations professionals. Since founding 5WPR in 2003, he has led the company's growth, overseeing more than 175 professionals in the company's headquarters in midtown Manhattan. With clients spanning corporate, technology, consumer and crisis, in addition to digital marketing and public affairs capabilities, 5WPR is regularly recognized as an industry leader and has been named "PR Agency of the Year" by the American Business Awards on multiple occasions. Throughout his career, Torossian has worked with some of the world's most visible companies, brands and organizations. His strategic, resourceful approach has been recognized with numerous awards including being named the Stevie American Business Awards 2020 Entrepreneur of the Year, the American Business Awards PR Executive of the Year, twice over, an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year semi-finalist, Metropolitan Magazine's Most Influential New Yorker, and a 2020 Top Crisis Communications Professional by Business Insider. Torossian is known as one of the country's foremost experts on crisis communications, and is called on to counsel blue chip companies, top business executives and entrepreneurs both in the United States and worldwide. Torossian has lectured on crisis PR at Harvard Business School, appears regularly on CNN & CNBC, was named to PR Week's "40 under Forty" list, is a contributing columnist for Forbes and the New York Observer, and his book, "For Immediate Release: Shape Minds, Build Brands, and Deliver Results With Game-Changing Public Relations" is an industry best-seller. A NYC native, Torossian lives in Manhattan with his children. He is a member of Young Presidents Organization (YPO), and active in numerous charities.