What’s happened to my newsletters?
It has been months since I last sent out any newsletters, for various reasons. It has been an interesting time for me, writing, editing, blogging, and having work done on my house. I am still working on two sequels to Accounting for Murder, Double Entry and am trying to produce a book on Risk Management, in response to an enquiry I received via Linkedin from an American academic publisher. Now I think it’s time to restart communicating with readers, but perhaps I could improve my output. What do you think? I need some feedback. If you were never on my mailing list, you can still have your say. I would particularly like to hear from my Twitter followers. How can I serve them better?
What do you think of my newsletters?
- Would you like to be on the mailing list?
- How frequently should I send them out?
- Any comments on the format?
- What sort of articles do you like? Risk Management, claims, writing fiction, religion, general?
How will your answers affect the newsletters?
Depending on the responses, I am considering separating readers into two lists. I would produce two newsletters, not necessarily at the same time or with the same frequency, each with a different emphasis. Unless I discover that most people prefer the same things.
You can reply on the contact form on either of my websites, or just send me an e-mail.