Tiny Letters for Beginning Email Newsletters

The people at MailChimp now offer a free email service at TinyLetter.com for personal newsletters. It’s a very basic service with few statistics and such, but could be a great way to begin communicating with your potential readers.

This service is perfect for novelists, poets, short story writers, and memoirists. But it’s also great for any nonfiction writers as well. Try it out. Subscribe to my Book Marketing Success Stories newsletter using the form below.

And the neat thing is that you can brand the url for your newsletter like I did: https://tinyletter.com/BookMarketingSuccessStories. You can click that link to sign up for my new newsletter or you can use the embedded form below.

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Thank you for finding this form and subscribing to this free newsletter. When you sign up, I will send you a free ebook on marketing. Just to say thank you.

Write from the Heart

Personalize your signup form and share it with your community. Send a link to your landing page, embed the form on your site, or invite readers to subscribe right on Twitter. Send great emails, and watch your readership grow over time.

Your readers care what you have to say. Email them updates from your world. Give them behind-the-scenes peeks at your projects and process, or show them your published work. Point them to things you’re reading, watching, and listening to.

TinyLetter offers a clean and straightforward writing experience for people who aren’t looking for advanced reporting or features for businesses. Use our editor or send directly from your own email client. And all for free.

How a free email newsletter turned a computer programmer into a Newsweek columnist: http://www.niemanlab.org/2014/01/how-a-free-email-newsletter-turned-a-computer-programmer-into-a-newsweek-columnist

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. -- .

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