Most people think that once they get people to join their
list that all of the work is done.

They quickly learn due to frustration that their is a lot
more to the whole process than just getting people to
sign-up.

Once you start getting subscribers, you have to worry
about them actually reading your e-mails.

Here is a list of things that you have to do-

1. Get people to sign-up.
2. Get people to open your e-mail.
3. Get people to read your e-mail.
4. Get people to click on the link in your e-mail.
5. Get people to buy the product on the next page.

As you can see, anyone building an e-mail list
definitely has their work cut out for them.

The good news is that if you do it right, you'll never
have to worry about money again.

You'll have an automatic stream of traffic every time
you click the send button on one of your e-mails.

How to Write E-mail Newsletters That Get Read?

The first thing you need to do is remember the all
important A.I.D.A. formula.

This will help anyone who is just starting out to
remember the important points of creating great
e-mails.

A- Attention
I- Interest
D- Desire
A- Action

You obviously need to get their "attention" when
you create an e-mail subject line. Otherwise,
they're not going to open it.

Then you need to create "interest" so they'll start
reading your e-mail in the first place.

The next thing is to create "desire" so they'll really
be interested in what you're telling them and this
will make them read until the end.

The last thing is to create "action" so they'll perform
whatever task you want them to do.

Every e-mail needs to have a purpose when you
write it.

This means that you need to have the desired action
in mind when structuring your e-mail.

In most cases, this is getting them to click on the
link in the e-mail so they can go to the web page
you want.

By following this simple formula, you'll have a
better relationship with your list.

Your e-mails will get opened, read, and acted upon
when you follow these steps.