Twice a month, I send out an eNewsletter to any artist interested in art licensing who signs up. You may get a lot of junk mail and think any eNewsletter will be more of the same, so I thought I’d take a moment to tell you a little bit more about it. But first… let me share an email I just received from Christine Marsh that really put a smile on my face:
This was so full of incredibly incredibly solidly useful information.
WOW! I am impressed.
I have canceled most of my newsletter because of a desire for wiser time usage, but I keep yours coming because it is so fabulous!
The eNews is basically a quick resource of links to many things art licensing. Every month you get information in the following categories –
- ASK CALLS | what is on the calendar
- ON THE BLOG | what’s been going on
- OTHER THINGS OF INTEREST | from blogs and websites
- FINAL INSPIRATION | a quote to keep the creative juices flowing
As well, I may throw in a special promotion only for those artists who get and actually open the eNewsletter. New product or event announcements, etc. The newsletter goes out the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month and you can sign up right here if you aren’t already on the list!
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If you ever decide you don’t want to get the newsletter anymore – no worries! There is always a “cancel” link at the bottom of each eNewsletter.
Here’s to your creative success!
– Tara Reed
P.S. Here are all the places you can learn more about Christine Marsh – she deserves a little “link love” for her kind words!
P.P.S. Don’t know what “link love” is? You should get the free SEO for Artists with Daniel Tardent audio replay – head to www.AskAboutSEOforArtists.com to get your copy!
P.P.S.S. The opt-in link you will need to click to confirm your subscription is through 1ShoppingCart.com – the service I use to handle the free email list, product sales, and affiliate program. It really is free so let’s not freak out and send me hate mail like the one below – I imagine something else is going on with this person because it seemed a bit hostile for an eNewsletter response! (And I don’t appreciate the attack on my integrity thank you very much! 🙂 )
I’m responding to the subscription that I thought I was getting for free, instead the link leads to a shopping cart? You have a lot of nerve to waste my time trying to sell me something when I thought I was getting a free subscription to your newsletter. This is called false advertising and I’m not falling for it. That speaks volumes about your own business and integrity.