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    provide specialized information

    to a targeted audience. Newslet-

    ters can be a great way to mar-

    ket your product or service, and

    also create credibility and build

    your organizations identity

    among peers, members, employ-

    ees, or vendors.

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    the newsletter. This could be

    anyone who might benefit from

    the information it contains, for

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    interested in purchasing a prod-

    uct or requesting your service.

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    from business reply cards, cus-

    tomer information sheets, busi-

    ness cards collected at trade

    shows, or membership lists. You

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    ter and its length. Its recom-

    mended that you publish your

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    rately represent the contents of

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    You Time!, Membership Drive

    Exceeds Goals, and New Office

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    Your headline is an important

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    be considered carefully.

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    rately represent the contents of

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    This story can fit 75-125 words.

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    be considered carefully.

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    You Time!, Membership Drive

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    shows, or membership lists. You

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    catalog, you will find many

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    of your newsletter.

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    ter and its length. Its recom-

    mended that you publish your

    newsletter at least quarterly so

    that its considered a consistent

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    This story can fit 75-125 words.

    Your headline is an important

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    be considered carefully.

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    rately represent the contents of

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    This story can fit 175-225

    words.

    The purpose of a newsletter is to

    provide specialized information

    to a targeted audience. Newslet-

    ters can be a great way to mar-

    ket your product or service, and

    also create credibility and build

    your organizations identity

    among peers, members, employ-

    ees, or vendors.

    First, determine the audience of

    the newsletter. This could be

    anyone who might benefit from

    the information it contains, for

    example, employees or people

    interested in purchasing a prod-

    uct or requesting your service.

    You can compile a mailing list

    from business reply cards, cus-

    tomer information sheets, busi-

    ness cards collected at trade

    shows, or membership lists. You

    might consider purchasing a

    mailing list from a company.

    If you explore the Publisher

    catalog, you will find many

    publications that match the style

    of your newsletter.

    Next, establish how much time

    and money you can spend on

    your newsletter. These factors

    will help determine how fre-

    quently you publish the newslet-

    ter and its length. Its recom-

    mended that you publish your

    newsletter at least quarterly so

    that its considered a consistent

    source of information. Your

    customers or employees will

    look forward to its arrival.

    This story can fit 75-125 words.

    Your headline is an important

    part of the newsletter and should

    be considered carefully.

    In a few words, it should accu-

    rately represent the contents of

    the story and draw readers into

    the story. Develop the headline

    before you write the story. This

    way, the headline will help you

    keep the story focused.

    Examples of possible headlines

    include Product Wins Industry

    Award, New Product Can Save

    You Time!, Membership Drive

    Exceeds Goals, and New Office

    Opens Near You.

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