Re: the power of e-mail sales
at seeing just the title, I was afraid it would be promoting blind email marketing also (spam).
Yes, by the recipients agreeing to accept information before hand, it's not spam.
If they don't know ahead of time it could be coming and they haven't agreed to accept such, I consider it spam.
personally, I prefer the 'newsletter' approach as well. It gives the opportunity to provide an extra service to those people by providing useful information as well as informing them of items or services available for sale. That way, it doesn't come off as just a "gimmee your money" kinda thing.
No, I am NOT a bee "Keeper". Anything I post is just my opinion. Take it easy and think for yourself.