In episode #2438, we reflect on the marketing-related lessons we’ve learned from the best newsletter businesses out there. If you’re unsure of what newsletter businesses are and how they operate, you’ll find out here. We share our thoughts on what lends to a successful newsletter business and why we believe The Agora to be the best there is. Tune in for insight into their competitive greatness and discover the benefit of owning your own monetization vehicles.
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[00:21] Today’s topic: What you can learn from the best newsletter businesses.
[00:25] Examples of good newsletter businesses.
[00:50] Why we consider The Agora to be the best newsletter business out there.
[02:42] What lends to a successful newsletter business?
[04:21] The biggest marketing lessons we learned from the newsletter business.
[05:47] What a tripwire is and how it works.
[06:10] The Agora’s competitive greatness.
[07:38] A story demonstrating the benefit of owning your own monetization vehicles.
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