You could well be creating the greatest blogs possible for your business on a regular basis. However, even your most loyal users won’t instantly head over to your website to soak in all of that great content. They’ll probably be busy and in some cases, they won’t even be aware that you’ve published a blog and they could miss it. That’s why it’s important to set up an automatic blog email so they never miss a thing. Here’s how to create a monthly blog email through HubSpot.
Before showing you a step-by-step guide on how to get started, monthly blog emails aren’t the only option you have. You can send out instant notifications, daily as well as weekly.
However, weekly or monthly are good options as you’re not bombarding your contacts with regular emails. Your readers might feel bombarded with emails every day and could unsubscribe. A weekly or monthly email, on the other hand, will surely pack enough blog content that makes it worth their while to check out.
We’re breaking this down into two simple steps - which you can find below. Just click on the heading to jump to the relevant section.
To clear up any confusion about the frequency of emails…
It’s also important to remember that if you publish a blog post with the notification settings turned off, then HubSpot will only send the notification email when the settings are turned back on. This will be within the timeframe when that email would normally be sent out.
The truth is, email is still arguably the best way to connect with your blog readers. If you’re blogging regularly (which you should) and you want to make sure your content is being seen by the right people, then you need to start creating automatic blog emails.
Now that you know how you can create automatic monthly blog emails in HubSpot, there’s still a whole lot more to learn so that you can get the most out of HubSpot to elevate your Inbound Marketing efforts. Email marketing strategies, Inbound Marketing reports, tracking URLs and so much more.
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