Printer@Work Success Stories!

It’s no secret that the Printer@Work e-mail newsletter is one of my favorite things to talk about with prospects considering One of our clients send us this fabulous report back from one of her customers! Here’s what our client, and her customer had to say…

Dave, a customer just emailed a nice note on the email newsletter!
Thank you for doing such a great job. I actually got two comments on this today.

BR, Owner

—— Forwarded Message
From: EG
Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 12:10:58 -0800
To: BR
Subject: about your newsletter

Hello B,

I just wrote this email to my boss, and I realized you may be interested in my thoughts too, just to know that I appreciate your enewsletter.  We are working on designing our own for BB, and I’ve passed this on as an example.

Here is an example of what I consider to be a very helpful and well organized enewsletter. I particularly like B’s note of “how I see it” today titled “Against the Odds.”  She always makes the notes personal, relating an inspirational story, and tied to the emotional contact she wants to generate with her clients.  They are also always short which makes them easy to read.  I consider this very successful to reach people like me – very little time or interest to read things in full, but I feel like I can always take the 3 minutes to fully read her enewsletters; and they make me feel good about working with them, and inspired in general. (Customer confidence!)

Thanks for the helpful tips and uplifting words every week; your newsletter is one I actually look forward to reading!  And I spend time perusing the helpful hints and design tidbits too – I’ve gotten so much out of them.

Keep up the good work!

—— End of Forwarded Message

(Names reduced to initials to protect their privacy.)

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