Meera Kothand is on the podcast today talking to us about the importance, and the magic that happens from, a nurturing and effective email marketing strategy.
I have been loving all of the emails I get from her. And because they have been so value packed, she’s made me hungry for more Meera. Like, I was replying to all her emails with questions, high fives, Kathy-type deep thoughts because of the relationship she curated with me from her automated email sequence alone.
So we’re all so lucky she didn’t block my email address so I was able to get her on the show to share with us some tips on how to work this magic on our own list!
Meera Kothand can be found over at www.meerakothand.com where she is a freelance writer, email marketing specialist and solopreneur.
Her specialty is simplifying marketing strategy for bloggers and solopreneurs like you, so that you find focus, craft a strategic online presence and get noticed. Her tips on email marketing and blogging have been featured on Marketing Profs, Addicted 2 Success, YFS, Smart blogger, Successful Blogging, OneWomanShop and several other sites.
Listen in to the podcast by clicking the button below (or subscribe to the show on Itunes so you never miss a single episode) or watch the video below to learn:
how Meera made the shift from being on maternity leave to becoming a certified email marketer
the fine art of inching your subscribers toward signing up for what you have to offer
the surprising only three things you need to launch your list
why list size doesn’t matter
a recipe for a simple freebie to kickstart that quality list and a 5 email welcome to my list series that will engage your new followers and keep them from wandering off your list and fall madly in love with you
how I explain Newfies to non-Canadians
Her parting words of advice to us blogging for biz mamas? Be gentle on yourself, take email marketing in one step at a time and be sure to implement all that you learn. And to help us with the learning she offers a FREE ecourse all around email list for newbies. Not Newfies!