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e-zine

[′ē‚zēn]
(computer science)
A Web-published magazine.

e-zine

e-zine

(Electronic-magaZINE) A magazine distributed to users via email or the Web. Pronounced "ee-zeen," it may be an electronic counterpart to a print subscription or be the only publishing method. No matter whether it is free or paid, e-zines require users to sign in as members. If text only, the e-zine is an "e-newsletter." If published on a website, it is a "Webzine," while "zine" refers to all forms.

Zines and Blogs
The difference between zines and blogs is that zine publishers own their subscriber list, whereas blog publishers have no idea who reads their postings unless they provide a feedback form and readers respond. In addition, ads on e-zines are generally acceptable, but not on blogs, which are expected to be personal opinions without marketing and much less formal. See blog.
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4--Build a relationship with your e-zine subscribers.
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Let me extend this notion of "teen responsibility" to another critical piece of this e-zine project: content accountability.
The proportion of customers opening the newsletters is lower for the third e-zine (see Table 5).
It currently posts a daily e-zine from its home base of New York, plus San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston editions, and an Everywhere version, which covers the nation.
They also like his e-zine, Lion Heart, which boasts I million e-mail subscribers.
Their services for business users also include: A Comprehensive Buyers' Guide, New Product Guide, A quick-find EU and UK legislation service, Careers Centre, Request For Quote service (RFQ) and e-zine, regular news summaries and special issues.
In a recent piece in the e-zine Wired, Brad Wieners reports that "the digital gold rush and $10 trillion worth of inheritance being doled out to baby boomers are conspiring to make thousands of formerly modest Americans stinking rich," and for a number of these "lucky" folks the American Dream has become something of a nightmare.
According to Digitalcity, New York's e-zine of digital age business and culture, there are now more than 1,100 Silicon Alley companies in Manhattan south of 41 st Street; another 450 in Midtown; and 571 spread out throughout the rest of Manhattan.
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calls this the e-zine for high-performance companies, and its format is tailored to those who are pressed for time, with content broken down by subject for quick skims.