I’ve always said that every therapist should be developing an email list and communicating regularly with their clients. It doesn’t matter if you have 30 clients or 3,000 clients. And I’m constantly shocked that almost no therapists do this.
I think part of the problem is that the idea of writing and producing an email newsletter is just too intimidating… and possibly expensive. Well, four years ago, one of the largest commercial email providers, MailChimp, released a free service that made the whole process super simple.
As you discover in my new book, TinyLetter Guide: Set up, design and send your first email newsletter in under an hour… for free!, it’s not much more complicated than writing an email in Gmail or in whatever email program you use. At the same time it takes care of all the unpleasant tasks like managing subscribers, keeping archives, tracking replies, creating signup forms. All that yucky stuff is mostly invisible to you, so you can focus on what’s important: Developing a relationship with your clients.
In this book I’ll take you through the process of setting up your own email newsletter. Just follow along and complete the tasks as I outline them. There are lots of pictures and illustrations so you can see exactly what needs to be done. You will:
- Sign you up and configure your account
- Create and customize your sign up form
- Design your newsletter
- Write the newsletter copy
- Add five subscribers
- And send your first newsletter
…all in about an hour!
And the email service is absolutely free!
Get the book on Amazon for just $2.99!
The price goes up next week.
Right now the book is only available in Kindle version, but you don’t need a Kindle reader. You can read the book on any device: Your computer, laptop, tablet or phone. I may release a print version later down the road.
Also available as a video course on SkillShare. Recommended for more visual learners. I’ll be putting up more video courses on this site. Subscribe and get access to all of them. Use this link and get two months for free!
I’ll be doing some livecasting around the topic of email over the next couple of days and answering questions. Follow me on Facebook so you can get notifications of the broadcasts: https://www.facebook.com/ebrown1.