Are you a ReminderMedia customer looking to get the most out of your American Lifestyle digital edition?
Today on Above the Noise, Client Success team lead Kaitlyn Burke gives you three tips for using the digital edition to grow your business.
If you’ve got a digital edition of American Lifestyle magazine, then you already know that you can email it to anyone in your list using your account interface. But, if that’s the only thing you’re doing, you’re missing out on some valuable opportunities to connect.
Tip #1: Share on social media.
This is a great way to offer value to your network with just a few clicks. Once your book is built, you’ll find social media buttons for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn on your account interface. Just choose the network where you want to share the magazine, then follow the instructions on your screen.
It’s really that easy to share your magazine with all of your followers, and they’ll be glad you did. Be sure to send a thank-you message to everyone who likes, comments, or shares.
Tip #2: Utilize your email signature.
If you regularly communicate by email, you’ve got a built-in opportunity to show off your digital edition with every single conversation. Simply grab the link by opening your most recent book and copying the URL from the address bar. Then, open the settings of your email account, go into where you edit your signature, and paste the URL.
Make sure you include a description—maybe something like, “Please enjoy this complimentary copy of my digital magazine.” Or you could even mention a particular story from the issue that you liked.
With every email you send, your contacts will be reminded of thevaluethat you add to their lives. Just make sure to update your signature every month with the link to your new edition.
Tip #3: Text your magazine to clients.
Of course, sometimes, a more personal touch can go a long way, which brings me to my final tip. Texting can be a more thoughtful alternative to mass emails. Plus, you can easily text your magazine with the same link you put in your email signature.
When you’re composing your text, be sure to really take the time to personalize it. Address the person you’re texting by name, and recommend something in the issue that they’re really going to like. When you let your customers know that you’re thinking of them, they’ll be more likely to think of you and your business.
And that’s it: now you’ve got three new ways to leverage your digital edition for building relationships. If you liked this video, comment below and let us know. Subscribe to this YouTube channel, and hit the bell icon to be notified when new videos are released. But, most importantly, take action on this today.
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