Bizmissive – a One-Year Summary

I send out a business newsletter called The Bizmissive. Here is a collection of this past year’s newsletters. You can sign up for the newsletter here. I use Constant Contact to send these and I try to send them every month. 

August 2021 – How to put yourself more into your marketing.

September 2021 – Why create email newsletters and a success story!

October 2021 – Holiday Marketing

November 2021 – Thanksgiving message – How newsletters continue to thrive as a marketing channel

December 2021 – Info about a free class I offered and why I offered it.

January 2022 – The Value of cross-promotion and recommending friends – word of mouth!

February 2022 – skipped

March 2022 – St. Patty’s – Using holiday templates – Holiday marketing – Small Business Market Trends

April 2022 – Deep Dive Webinar that I offered + Info on working from home trends

May 2022 – Skipped

June 2022 – Annual Reader’s Survey – Offer to share your newsletter with my readers (still valid!)

June 2022 – About Text 2 Join – a fantastic way to build your list!  – you can try this out by texting ALBERT to 22828


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Bizmissive April 22, 2020 – Happy Earth Day

Bizmissive April 22, 2020

Happy Earth Day 2020 from Southeast Portland, Oregon. I hope you are faring well in these different times. Like everyone, I’ve been experiencing a huge mix of emotions but I’ve also been contemplating the upsides of the changes to our world going forward. Just having cleaner air for all species is a huge improvement in my book. Plus, increased telecommuting = less traffic, and there are dozens more benefits I could list. Also, many people are trying out new and fun things online – here’s something cheery.
I was reminded by my colleague, Michael Katz, that now is a great time to be publishing content. Check out the short video below.
Keep producing content.
For email marketers or people with other digital marketing skills, it’s a good time for our businesses. I’ve started working with a political candidate running for Portland City Council; a voice teacher who also does personal ceremonies (weddings, for example), and it seems like someone new is reaching out to me every day for assistance.
I’ve also joined the team at Food Security Hawai’i and their program to eliminate food insecurity in Hawai’i. My friend, Jenny Pell asked me to participate and help out with email marketing and social media for the project and I’m thrilled to be able to assist them.
So, how about that much fresher air? Less traffic. Signs of Spring. The sound of birds. Happy Earth Day 2020!
My life tips series could be helpful right now if you seek some interesting ideas on how to live a better life. Also, my Song a Day series is bringing new music to many. Music is definitely helping me ease through right now. These autoresponder series might also spark ideas for your own offering – don’t forget what Michael recommends above – it’s time to put your thinking out in the world. If you need a hand with that, please reach out.
These sǝɯıʇ ʇuǝɹǝɟɟıp are surely challenging – and, there are opportunities popping up (like the spring tulips), as well.
Carpe Diem,
Albert Kaufman, Albertideation, 503-358-0029
PS – This newsletter was created using the Earth Day template in Constant Contact.
Spring 2019
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