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Week 10 Part A: Researching Email Marketing

For my business, the information I would use for a newsletter is the recipe for events as what’s coming up. Example • recipes using seasonal ingredients in spring  strawberry smoothies, strawberry pancakes, strawberry salads, etc.  • recipes for events I think that recipes for dishes that use seasonal ingredients and dishes that can be eaten at events are easy to catch the eye. Seasonal integrants are also sold at a cheap price, thus you can cook effectively.  In my opinion, newsletter is always too much. Sending too much would have the negative effect, because these emails accumulate in the box and be deleted without being read. Therefore, I think I should send one once or twice a month to make sure everyone who received it read.

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