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Justin Moore, the founder of The Creator Wizard, runs a newsletter helping creators:
Hey – Mike here
There's a common misconception about newsletters and sponsorships. People believe you have no chance of getting sponsored unless you have thousands of subscribers. And maybe it used to be that way.
But now? Building in public has flipped things. Plus, it helps that the more niche your newsletter is, the more valuable.
One of my Twitter pals, Katt Risen, launched her newsletter not too long ago.
She'd made $525 from sponsors. Incredible!
Of course, it’s no surprise since her newsletter is excellent. I love experiments, and this was one I wanted to try. So, I followed in her footsteps and fired of the following Tweet...
Five booked sponsorships 🥳
It didn't take long for me to realize how tedious the entire sponsorship booking process was...
2. When someone clicks to reserve your ad, they’re taken to an Airtable form. Sponsors add the details and the date they'd like to book.
3. The power behind having a database like Airtable is only available dates will be shown. You'll also be able to manage all your sponsors in a single location, like having a CRM.
I got you covered!
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