Your NewsletterKeeping your clients informed?
- Account Set Up
- 1 Header Design
- 3 Templates
- Up to 2000 recipients
- 1hour How to with Designer
- Monthly set up available
Your DesignNeed extra Designs for Web and Email?
- 1 hour per Month
- $180 for 2 Hours per month
- Designs for Newsletters
- Designs for Facebook
- Designs for Websites
Your FacebookNeed help with Facebook?
- Page Set Up
- 1hour How to with Designer
- Special Facebook Design Rate
It’s actually quite simple to understand why email marketing is so effective when it comes to selling and connecting to your client base. When a recipient views your email, you’ve got the opportunity to highlight a product or service, explain the benefits, and connect them to a point of sale or more info in moments. By starting a conversation in the inbox, where engagement is more focused, and then finishing it in the social media arena, which has more reach, you’ll generate more activity on Facebook feeds and beyond.
It’s simply not enough to hope that your customers will gravitate to your site organically. Your email newsletter plays an active role in site traffic and sales. You wouldn’t throw a party and assume that the right folks show up. If you want people to stop by your website, browse your content, and purchase, you need to invite, encourage and provide good reasons for their presence.
Clients also want to connect with the businesses and brands they like. Connecting to your customers and clients in person is just a matter of being yourself, representing your brand and giving them relevant info that could be helpful to them. There are many ways to build loyalty and connect to your clients via email also.
Your newsletter can provide great value, beyond sales, by informing your customers with interesting content that resonates with them. It could be a coffee shop’s newsletter about different beans and the best ways to prepare certain roasts. It could be a B2B business sharing trade news of interest to their industry. If you’re informing alongside your selling, you’re building a long-term relationship with your customers. That’s connecting.
People don’t buy just because you sell. They also buy because they trust you, are loyal to you, and are fans of your business. Including incentives like coupons, special promotions, or even a call to action (“Call us now!”) can be the push your clients need to take action.
We can not only help you set up your Newsletter and your templates but we can also generate your newsletter for you and send it out with minimal work your end!
Let us know what you want to say and any images relevant and we will set your newsletter up, send 3 tests out to you for any edits and get it sent off to your clients while your taking care of other parts of your business.
We offer 3 Different options depending on your business needs
+$90/Month for a Monthly Newsletter
The most important way to use your Facebook page for business is to engage with your audience. Your audience is composed of a variety of people–fans of your content, fans of your business, potential customers, current customers and former customers. With this in mind, create posts and content that engage these groups of people. If you consistently share valuable information and stories with a community, your value and authority within the community will grow. You don’t want to buy likes, you want to earn them.
Eighty percent of your content should be for your audience, and 20% should be for your business (sales, marketing, self-promotion, etc.). If the majority of your posts are aimed at getting your audience to engage with your page you’ll create an engaged and loyal audience that will be more receptive to the 20% of posts that promote your business, products and services.. You can do this by encouraging audience participation and sharing content relevant to your niche or industry.
Also if you set up your Facebook page as a local business, you have the option to collect testimonials and reviews from your customers. While you can’t encourage customers to review your business for incentives, you can put up a sign at your business that lets customers know they can review your business on your Facebook page. These reviews and links to your Facebook page can be added to your website giving your clients multiple avenues to contact you, see what others think of you, and engage in discussions relevant to your business.
Want some insight into what your potential or current customers want? Survey them on Facebook. A survey not only encourages them to engage with your page, but can also help you discover what products or services they need. Poll your audience with a standard post to your page (for free) or use Facebook polling apps. Your choice depends on if you want to compile the answers yourself or have the app compile the answers for you, and if you want to collect additional information (like email addresses) that you can’t collect publicly on your page.
You can also use your Facebook page as an alternative to blog comments. If you link to discuss the post on Facebook at the end of each blog post this not only allows you to turn off comments on your blog, but also helps you build a fan base and organic engagement on your page. Plus, the people who see a great discussion developing around a post on your Facebook page will likely click through to read the blog post.
And while speaking of leaving comments, there are over 128,000 websites using Facebook comments as an alternative to standard comment platforms built into content management systems like WordPress. If you’re commenting on a blog that relates to your business, use your Facebook page to leave the comment instead of your personal profile. From the drop-down menu next to the Comment button, you can select your page and then leave a valuable comment, you than are gaining exposure on things relevant to your industry and are inviting those that like your comment to like your page and grow your audience and engagement
If your business is struggling with negative results in searches for your name on search engines, your Facebook page can help. Facebook is a strong domain, so a page with your business name will rank well in search results. While your Facebook page may not rank immediately after your website, it will likely be in the first ten search results. This means that one fewer negative result will be on the first page of search results for your business name.
Not only can we set your copy and images up on your website, facebook page or newsletter but we can create copy and content for you when you’re stumped or need to spend valuable time elsewhere in your business.
Ordinarily for content creation our rates are $120+GST per hour but for our existing clients we are offering a Design package that provides discounted rates for those that need content creation often.
$100+GST per month for 1 hour of Design Time which gives you a saving of +$30 per month.
$180+GST per month for 2 hours of anything-goes Design Time which gives you a saving of +$80 per month.
BONUS! For those that consistently have changes, when you sign up for either of our Design plans for more than 6months any extra hours will be charged at the special discounted rate at $100+GST per hour extending your savings even further!
The prices above are are excluding GST are under the condition that all copy, information, logos, designs, graphic and related materials to be incorporated into the newsletter or facebook page are provided. Any additional content that must be created by NZ Web Services, or design time over that agreed upon will incur a cost of $120 +GST per hour.
Please see our Terms & Conditions for more detailed information.