Believe me, I know just how hard it can be to come up with content ideas, so I’ve pulled together a list of 35 email newsletter content ideas that are sure to get your creative juices flowing!
A personal story about why you started your business
A Mini tutorial on how to actually use your product
New product announcements
Deep dive into a particular ingredient you use
A behind the scenes look into how you run your business
Answers to the frequently asked questions you always get in your DMs or from your clients
Sneak peek of something you’ve got in the works
If you’ve reached a milestone in business, show how far you’ve come!
Sales promotion for your products
Opinion on a news report regarding your industry
A survey asking for feedback
You’ve been interviewed on a podcast, share that!
Tips for how to overcome a specific pain point
A gift guide during a particular season like Mother’s Day or Christmas
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The way you can make sure this year is big for you is to get clear on what your dream year looks like.
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” - Eleanor Roosevelt
Creating a visual representation of your dreams is so important if you want to stay motivated to actually take action and make them a reality.
For the last few years, I’ve created a vision board for what I want my year to look like. For me, creating a yearly vision board rather than a life vision board allows me to hone in on what’s important right now and where I want to be focusing my time and energy.
Rather than thinking of your vision board as your New Years Resolutions, keep them more fluid than that. Think of your digital vision boards as your own personalised inspiration board that’ll remind you of your hopes, dreams and goals for the year ahead.
The best thing about creating a digital version is you can put this vision board everywhere! On...