Did your clients and prospects forget that you exist?
I’m sure you had the best of intentions when you set up your ‘signup form’ for your email list.
You were going to email your hot prospects the same time, every month. Maybe you were ambitious and thought you’d email them every week!
Except that clients, kids, appointments and wine got in the way.
Straight talk, girl.
You need to remind your clients that you’re still around and you’re the only designer they’ll ever need.
You see, your clients really wanted to hear from you when they lovingly handed over their email address to you. Except like many of us, they may have already forgotten they did so. And the next time you intermittently pop into their inbox they may just think…
“Who the eff is this in my inbox? Stop e-mailing me! *Clicks SPAM button*”
We all wish we had more time (and wine). And while we can buy more wine, time isn’t for sale.
So leverage your time and take a to-do off your long ass list by getting your interior design newsletter done for you. No more excuses!
Then you can get back to making the world a better place. And wine.
I’ve written over 2 YEARS worth of articles that you can use as your own to send to your interior design newsletter subscribers.
These articles will save you time, position you as an expert and make sure you’re consistently staying top of your client’s pretty lil’ mind.
These done-for-you interior design newsletters will help you:
Position Yourself As The In-Demand Designer
Prove What An Expert You Already Are
Remind Your Clients That You’re The Only Designer For Them
Here’s what you will get:
32 Newsletter Articles (1 For Each Month – That’s enough newsletters for 2 years and 8 months!)
Newsletter Topics Include:
- 10 Signs Your Home Decor Sucks
- 21 Tips To Make Your Home Look Like A Model Home
- Have You Missed The Easiest Way To Make A Big Impact In Your Home?
- How To Develop An Interior Design Project Budget
- Make It Bigger Without A Pill
- The ABCs Of Nursery Furniture
- Mid Century Mod – For The Rest Of Us
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When you click the “Buy Now” button, you’ll be taken to a payment page. Once you buy you’ll get an email with the link to download your Newsletters. How’s that for instant gratification?
NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED PURCHASE ON DIGITAL PRODUCTS BECAUSE ONCE YOU VIEW A DIGITAL PROGRAM, THERE ISN’T A WAY TO “UN-SEE” IT. ALSO, NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED TO THOSE WHO PURCHASE DUPLICATE CONTENT, I.E. ONE PRODUCT IS ALSO PART OF ANOTHER DIGITAL PRODUCT BUNDLE.
The Big Promise ‘Round Hurr:
I love my products, and I hope you do, too. That said, sometimes I might slip up, and sometimes, errors happen. Things like pricing or product descriptions get mixed up, and then I look bad. While that stinks, what’s most important to me is that you’re happy. So while I can’t guarantee that all information on the site is always 100% accurate at any given time, if you do notice a mistake? Please don’t hesitate to contact me and let me know. Since I can’t guarantee the products for your particular circumstances or purposes, nor that that the internet won’t sometimes glitch up an order, I can guarantee that I’ll give you the best customer service I can to remedy the situation.
The As To Your Qs
Are These the same article in the Interior Design Business Toolbox?
Just two are the same… 21 Tips To Make Your Home Look Like A Model Home and Painting In your Home.
Can I use these newsletter articles on my website?
I totally wouldn’t suggest it for the simple reason that if you and a fellow designer put the same content on your separate websites, the search engines will penalize you both for duplicate content.
Should I use them as they are?
I’d encourage you to change them up. You and I don’t speak or write in the same way, so make sure the tone fits your personality.