A brand-new email newsletter from a network marketing network for brands with a strong social media presence is launching today.
In addition to email marketing, this newsletter will include links to other networking tools, like Facebook ads and affiliate marketing.
If you are already on Facebook, you can sign up to receive this email.
The newsletter will be delivered every week and will have a featured article from one of the top network marketing networks, according to the network marketing team at the time of publication.
If you are not already on LinkedIn, you will get a free copy of the newsletter when you sign up.
Read more about network marketing newsletters at Mashable.
The network marketing newsletter will also include the latest content from network marketing companies, like the top brands on LinkedIn and the top companies in marketing.
The newsletter will come with a free 30-day trial of a free email marketing app.
The free trial is available for a limited time only.
The app can be found in the App Store for $1.99.
You will get the newsletter if you signup to receive it through an affiliate program.
This is the second edition of the email newsletter, which is designed to help brands keep in touch with their customers.
“As network marketing continues to evolve, we’ve seen a trend where brands are moving to the new, social-engaged approach, but they’re also looking for ways to communicate with their network,” said Liz Cairns, network marketing marketing lead at Facebook.
“This newsletter will help us continue to grow our reach and connect with our customers in a way that’s both relevant and relevant for our business.
If we want to keep our business relevant, we need to stay relevant.”
According to the company, the newsletter will have “content you won’t find anywhere else.”
“The content is focused on building your network and communicating with your network, and it will also help us build brand awareness and grow our brand,” Cairn added.
We’re excited to be launching our brand new network marketing email newsletter in early March.
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