I guess it is a good sign that I have received about twice the number of submission for this edition. Nevertheless I will stick with my personal
“call for quality!”
Here are the 8 Blog articles for this edition
(I picked 6 out of 34, wrote 1 by myself, and smuggled another 1 in, which I found myself on the Web. It don't receive spammy submissions, only many off-topic ones, but I don't mind so much. My motto is: If you are not sure whether it fits submit it anyway.)
John's comment: You can learn from Terry's thoughts about massive email campaigns, his personal reactions, and his advice to coaching clients. Keep that in mind and don't forget you have to follow some sort of strategy in order to succeed with your business. A proven strategy works best. If you don't believe me, believe Terry.
John's comment: Excellent review and recommendation for a membership software. For instance, it protects download pages and files, offers backend sales and automation, and it even comes with a built-in autoresponder.
Update: Mr. Fortin has deleted that particular blog post, but his blog is always worth a visit for expert info on copywriting, business building, wordpress tricks, and more.
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of email marketing tips using our carnival submission form.
What a wonderful idea. I love this whole carnival thing. I am still new to this concept and am not so sure whether I will be sending a post this round or not. if not i hope to catch you on the next one.
I was just at SMX Advanced in Seattle and the whole 'Blog Carnival' conversation came up. Hosting a blog carnival and participating in one is a great way to get traffic and increase inbound links in a smaller community or niche. --http://www.swingset.com/