Newsletters And Your Hobby
Newsletters have been around for as long as the printing press. As soon as people were able to distribute information easily. Information could travel further. As soon as people knew about this, they wanted to get their ideas to other people. The printing press would introduce people to newsletters or daily messages from their local town.
Today, there are many different kinds of newsletters. Whether you’re into sports, cooking, comic books, etc., you can find the perfect newsletter for you. In the 1990s, newsletters became more popular as fax machines and the internet became more mainstream. Now, you could send your messages in an instant. As long as you had a fax number or email address, you could send your message quickly.
If you ever wanted to get your message out there, creating a newsletter could be the perfect thing for you. Many people want what you have. You just have to find them.
One of the best places to get started is medium.com. Medium is a social media platform for writers. You can discover new writers and have other writers find your content. Substack is another place to start. If you have an email list, you can import your list and send a newsletter to your audience all at once.
Once you have a newsletter with a high open rate, don’t be afraid to start charging for it. You can set up a paid subscription service on Substack. If you know that people will read content every morning, start small. You can charge as little as $5.00 a month. In addition to your paid content keep posting free content. This will encourage newcomers to find you. Those newcomers could then add to your paid members list. With that, you’ll make more money.
The best part about an email newsletter is that you can write any type of content and send it out by email. You are not limited by time or by social media companies. As long as you have the email address, you can send the newsletters. Whether you are sending it through MailChimp, Substack, Medium, or by plain text email, you will always have a way to connect with your audience.