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 Who cares about Newsletters?

I was at a meeting where newsletters were discussed, and the consensus was that the majority of people don’t read newsletters. Then why have them?


* They keep your name in front of your readers

* You have information and news to relay

* You may offer contests and freebies

* It is a marketing tool

If the layout, point and font are appealing, people will at least skim the newsletter. “How to Create an Email Newsletter People Actually Read” by Ginny Soskey at offers wonderful tips.

Article By: Jo Ann Mathews

I’ve been a professional freelance writer for several years and specialize in writing feature stories. I have more than a 1,000 bylines to my credit and have written on countless topics from autism to zoology. My columns on fashion and the Internet appeared in a Chicago area newspaper in the 90s. “Brunswick Buzz,” the column in The Sun News, the Myrtle Beach, S.C. daily, ran for seven years then “Events on the North Strand” took over in October 2013, also in The Sun News.

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