Going Beyond the E-Newsletter: Five Essentials for Crafting an Engaging Email Marketing Program

first_imgDOWNLOAD THE SLIDES BELOW “RELATED DOCUMENTS,” OR VISIT http://tinyurl.com/nonprofit911 TO VIEW THEM IN SLIDESHARE. Do you have email newsletter fatigue? Maybe you’re struggling to find content for your monthly newsletter. Perhaps it’s just been tough to stick to a sending schedule. Or, maybe you’d much rather take a nap after hitting send than bother looking at those response numbers. Building loyal, engaged supporters starts with an engaging email strategy, so if you’re feeling a little fatigued with your newsletter (ugh!), there’s a chance your subscribers feel the same way (ack!).Join Suzanne Norman and Jim Hitch–our friends and partners at Emma–as they highlight the very best practices for crafting an engaging email strategy. From sign-up to send-off to follow-up, they’ll use nonprofit email examples to show you how to inspire at every turn. You’ll learn numerous tactics:    Growing your list    Developing fresh content    Working with your in-house team    Crafting stylish campaigns    Making the most of your response numbersAnd you’ll leave with everything you need to put together an email program that attracts, engages and inspires your audience.last_img read more

Bayern without Lewandowski & Hummels

first_imgBayern München Blow for Bayern as Lewandowski and Hummels ruled out of Leverkusen clash Ryan Benson 20:16 1/11/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) lewandowski-cropped Bongarts Bayern München Bundesliga Robert Lewandowski Bayer Leverkusen v Bayern München Bayer Leverkusen Jupp Heynckes has ruled the duo out of a Bundesliga contest on Friday, but Joshua Kimmich does travel with the reigning champions Robert Lewandowski and Mats Hummels will miss Bayern Munich’s Bundesliga clash with Bayer Leverkusen on Friday due to injury, coach Jupp Heynckes has confirmed.Both players sustained problems during Germany’s mid-season break, with Lewandowski suffering with a knee issue and Hummels injuring an adductor.The pair were forced to train alone for much of Bayern’s training camp in Doha, before returning to the rest of the group on Thursday. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player However, Friday’s trip to Leverkusen has come too soon for them, with Heynckes revealing they will definitely miss out.#Heynckes on team news: “@lewy_official and @matshummels will not be available tomorrow.” #B04FCB pic.twitter.com/yEwLUtrlsb— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) January 11, 2018″I am happy that both have trained partly with the team and both feel well,” Heynckes said at his pre-match news conference. “We will be able to increase their training schedule from next Monday, but it would be negligent to let them play. That’s why both are not part of the squad.”There is good news regarding Joshua Kimmich, who has been deemed ready to at least be selected in the travelling party, even if there are still some doubts about his fitness following an illness.#Heynckes: “Joshua #Kimmich will be in the squad against @bayer04_en, but it’s not clear whether or not he will start.” #B04FCB pic.twitter.com/idlJtHXd05— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) January 11, 2018″Joshua Kimmich will travel with the team, but I have to think about if he will start,” Heynckes added.Lewandowski’s absence means Sandro Wagner is likely to be handed his first start in his second spell for the club, having joined from Hoffenheim at the start of January for a figure reported to be in the region of €12 million.Heynckes expects the Germany international to fit seamlessly into their system.#Heynckes on #Wagner: “Sandro has settled in well. He is very disciplined and has impressed in training. I’m very happy with him and he is the first option up front tomorrow.” #B04FCB pic.twitter.com/zdZVM5N50q— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) January 11, 2018″I don’t think it changes that much [about how they play],” the Bayern boss said. “He [Wagner] is also a player who can play with his back to the opponent and make balls, like Lewy [Lewandowski].”He has settled in well so far. He’s very disciplined and impressed me in Doha. I’m happy and he’ll be the first option in attack.”Bayern can open up a 14-point lead – at least temporarily – with victory in Leverkusen, but their fourth-placed hosts possess a number of particularly threatening players, with Heynckes highlighting Leon Bailey, Julian Brandt and Kai Havertz.Heynckes said: “Leon Bailey has made good progress and is scoring goals and Julian Brandt is a talented player.”But it’s not only the two of them; Kai Havertz is also an outstanding talent, their defence is strong. Leverkusen are a convincing team. They’ve gone 12 Bundesliga games without defeat.”They’re a young, highly talented, hungry, fast-paced team that also has a lot of imagination. It’s a game with all the ingredients that make football so attractive, and both teams can play football very well. It’s going to be difficult.”last_img read more