Martina Iring commented on the following stories on BizSugar
Hey Martin, If you're doing the automatic blog to email thing, you'd have to go the embed in a post route. But if you're writing your own newsletters from scratch, then you can include any and anything. Hope that helps to answer your question! I've actually never heard of TinyLetter. Do you like them so far? Cheers and thanks for checking out the post!"
Thanks for the comment! I was actually thinking it might be a good idea to do a follow-up post with some examples. So thanks for the feedback! Off the top of my head I didn't know of any shoe companies, but I did a quick Google search and found a few that perhaps might help you out: - http://www.theshoecompany.com/ (this is a very large site so a reiteration of the navigation and main website pages is helpful. They also have social profiles and contact info for customer service, which is really important for an e-commerce site. - http://www.townshoes.com/ (these guys do something similar) - http://www.toms.ca/ (they include an email signup as well) Some other examples not in shoes: - http://www.marieforleo.com/ (focus on the email signup - her main website goal) - http://kriscarr.com/about/ - http://www.staffordstreethotyoga.com/ Hope this helps! Cheers"
OMG, hilarious!! That went right over my head. OK, let's stop with the body parts already ;) Anyways those shoe company footers are pretty good, haha. Things are great here. Had a recent snowfall, so all pretty and wintery. Heading on vacay shortly to Nicaragua, which I'm super excited for!! How are things with you? Hopefully not too bitter at us Canadians for that hockey gold? =)"
I hear ya Val! There is definitely alot of frustration out there. I don't think it's time to abandon Facebook, just time to take a look at strategy and perhaps consider focusing in on some of the other social media channels. "