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November 01, 2011


Sure is getting a bit cold around here in California's Central Valley. However, would not at all trade it for what is happening on the East Coast. Very grateful for what I have. Including a new client where I get to put my curriculum hat back on and develop an entire business department for a local high school and help them market it.

How goes your business growth? This email newsletter lists continue to grow. Does yours? What, you do not have one? If not, then when? Now? Good answer!

Allow me to introduce you to email marketing strategies that work.

As you may know, I love to create content that helps people and I do it in three different areas: 1. Small business owners to help them create a better presence in their market, 2. Helping families win the battle for real financial freedom, and 3. Helping teens and adults discover their passion and then do something about it to help others and make a living at it.

I have discovered that one of the best ways (OK, THE best way) to position myself as the leading expert in my field is through free and helpful content and communicating to you and others through email marketing lists.

I just put up an article on email marketing strategies for small businesses. It is a little more detailed look into this great way to stay in touch with your clients and prospects.

I have three email lists and the ebs and flows of each of them is directly related to how much content I create and employ effective email marketing strategies to stay in contact.

Each time I send something out via an RSS feed or email newsletter, that is one more chance to help someone else and ultimately bring in some business.

How about you? Do you need some added exposure? Get going on gathering first names and email addresses and start communicating, if just once a month. Start now and get that learning curve flattened.

If you find what I give you valuable, pass this email strategy for small businesses on to someone. They might even thank you for it.

Helping you to learn, earn, and serve,

David Kimball

p.s. Hey, let me know if you need help getting started creating content for your website or fresh email marketing strategies. I would be glad to get you going in the right direction. No charge to answer your questions.

p.p.s. Be sure to stay up on my new content that is created to help you grow your business.

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This is my little way to help you learn, earn, and serve; and, of course, to spread the word about my services ;-). You can "pay it forward" by inviting your fellow business owners to join this newsletter.

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