e-zine


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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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A link to the teacher's email on the home page of the e-zine and an invitation to respond will provide valuable feedback for the children.
Given the variety and divergent views, this e-zine does not advocate any specific political, religious, or cultural agenda.
The proportion of customers opening the newsletters is lower for the third e-zine (see Table 5).
Former beauty director Shannon Levy, an editor with Makeup Artist magazine who owns a small store, The Beauty Closet, in Studio City, Calif., says she's seen a steady stream of Web readers since a mention of her shop appeared on the e-zine six weeks ago.
Publishing for children, especially online magazines (i.e., e-zines), is no exception (Johnson, 2002).
In the first 10 days of August, there will appear at our website (www.designfax.net) a link to a special supplemental "e-zine" version entirely focused on Automation.
If you publish a subscription newsletter or e-zine, be sure to perfect and protect your copyright.
The influential antiquarian book magazine AB Bookman is being revived as an Internet e-zine.
This electronic magazine, or "e-zine," provides a practical online resource for career counselors in the form of "how to" and "best practices" articles, informational tips, and Web links.
There are also reviews,news and a monthly members E-zine.
The INFO Project's weekly e-zine, "The Pop Reporter," announces the launch of new customized editions.
Start an e-zine. An e-zine (pronounced e-zeen) is short for "electronic-magazine." It's an online written newsletter that gets e-mailed to your subscribers, at whatever frequency you choose.