How To Setup Your Autoresponder Messages- Part 2
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How To Setup Your Autoresponder Messages- Part 2

Options for Setting up the Sequence of your Messages:

For Prewritten content- (prewritten newsletters, special report series, multi-part ecourses etc)

Let’s take the ‘prewritten’ newsletter series as an example…

Write 12 newsletter issues- 1 per month for a year. Create them as Text using the formatting tutorial above.

Create a ‘Welcome’ ‘Thanks for subscribing’ type message. In this message, also tell your subscribers that you just sent them a copy of the latest issue.

Once you have all 12 of your issues and your welcome message added to your autoresponder, heres how I recommend you set them up in sequence.

Welcome message- set to send on Day 0

Issue #1 message- set to send on Day 0 also

Messages set to send on Day0 in your autoresponder will then be sent immediately after someone subscribes.

Issue #2 message – set to send on Day 28

Issue #3 message- set to send on Day 56

Issue #4 message- set to send on Day 84

Issue #5 message- set to send on Day 112

and so on…every 28 days.

Want to send a weekly newsletter? No problem-it will just require more writing on your part 😉 Just change the sequence to every 6 or 7 days instead of 28.

For Newsletters you will be creating and sending as you go…

Again, you’ll want to create a ‘Welcome’ ‘Thanks for subscribing’ type message. Add it to your autoresponder and set it to send on day0. Remember this message will then be sent immediately after a site visitor subscribes.

That will be the only message you actually add to your newsletter autoresponder ‘campaign’.

When it’s time to write and send your latest issue, create and format the newsletter using the formatting steps we’ll discuss in the next tutorial. Add it to the Messages area of your autoresponder but don’t actually associate it with any one campaign or group of contacts. Instead, send the latest issue message as a ‘broadcast’ message on the day you want it to be sent. Most autoresponders include a broadcasting feature. This will allow you to go to your autoresponder at any given day or time, choose a group of contact, choose a message and click send. The message will then be sent to all your subscribers at once, regardless of when they subscribed.

Look for Part 3 in this tutorial series tomorrow.

Rhonda

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