‘Hire character, train skill.’
– Peter Schutz
This week’s LDP wine of the week is the Neethlingshof Pinotage 2008.
Winemaker De Wet Viljoen describes the ruby-hued wine as a medium in body and as having a velvety texture with earthy, vegetal, aromas and strong, plummy varietal flavours.
Excellent served with red meat dishes and rich cheeses.
Read more… capelegends
This week’s LDP wine of the week is the Swartland Cuvée Brut.
A fresh, ‘crackling’ sparkling wine with hay flavours complemented by green, grassy overtones and a fullness in the aftertaste.
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Email marketing is an effective way to reach customers without spending a lot of money. When starting a company newsletter, here are some tips to keep in mind:
Make it easy to subscribe. Post a signup form on your homepage, blog, Facebook page, and wherever else your customers and fans are already active. You might want to collect names and birthdays (for a special offer or gift) or invite readers to join groups, but don’t go crazy with the required fields. A too-long subscribe form might scare people off.
Tell subscribers what to expect. Whether you plan to send company updates, letters from the president, e-commerce sales, daily deals, or weekly tips, it’s important to tell your readers what to expect and how often to expect it. Give them as much information as possible on your signup form, so they can decide whether they want to be on the list or not.
Send a welcome email. It’s always smart to remind people why they’re on your list and reassure them that good things are in store. You might even send new subscribers a special offer or exclusive content, as your way of thanking them for their loyalty.
Design your newsletter to fit your brand. Your email campaigns should match your brand’s look and feel. If you’re using a template, you might want to customize it to include your company’s colors and logo in the header. If your emails are consistent with the rest of your company’s content, then readers will feel more familiar from the start.
Read more… forbes