The #1 rule in marketing is frequency. You need to consistently communicate with your customers if you expect to grow.
The perfect tool for the job is an engaging and informative email newsletter that runs itself.
You can start off your newsletter with your own custom message to communicate one-to-one with your contacts.
You can change your message as often as you wish, or hide it completely.
Your signature block can include your photo, name, business name, address, phone, email, web, etc..
Is your baby purring like a kitten or is her muffler shot? Maybe she needs a tune up, an oil change or new brakes? It's car care month, give her some love.
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Tulsa, OK 74120
You can give your newsletter a catchy newsletter name, use your business name, or use your business logo.
You can also include a descriptive tagline below your newsletter name or logo.
Your navigation bar can include multiple links to important pages on your business website.
Articles, tips, and tricks to help you keep your car and truck top notch.
Your newsletter includes links to several engaging articles designed to appeal to your contacts.
The articles are automatically updated each week so you'll always have timely and interesting content to pass along.
How to Change a Car Battery Like a Pro
One of the standard automotive repairs that needs to be completed on a semi-regular basis is replacing the car battery. Learning how to replace a car battery doesn’t have to be difficult, though some DIYers might hesitate to take … Bob Vila
Marlon Brando's famous cry of "STELLA!" first booms across a Broadway stage, electrifying the audience at the Ethel Barrymore Theater during the first performance of A Streetcar Named Desire. The day was Dec 3. What year was it?
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"It is amazing how quickly the kids learn to drive a car, yet are unable to understand the lawn mower, snowblower and vacuum cleaner." Ben Berger
What car was the first production V12, as well as the first production car with aluminum pistons?
See the answer below.
Your newsletter includes address details, phone number, web address and social media links.
1920 Bridge Street
Tulsa, OK 74120
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What car was the first production V12, as well as the first production car with aluminum pistons? Answer: The cylinder wars were kicked off in 1915 after Packard’s chief engineer, Col. Jesse Vincent, introduced its Twin-Six. Used during WWI in Italy, these motors inspired Enzi Ferrari to adopt the V12 himself in 1948.
Your newsletter can use a standard color theme, a color theme to match you website, your favorite team, or any color. Click the color boxes to see options.
An engaging and memorable newsletter name, using a font to match your brand, will keep you top of mind with your readers.
You can use "Off Ramp" for you newsletter name, or any name you wish. Click the color boxes to see font options.
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