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newsletter

History a written or printed account of the news

newsletter

(publication)
A periodically published work containing news and announcements on some subject, typically with a small circulation. Newsletters are a common application for DTP and may be distributed by electronic mail.
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Whether providing analysis or looking into the quirks of doing business in the world's second largest economy, J@pan Inc's newsletters won't let you miss a beat.
But in April, Lee Seitz, president of the local chapter, got a call from Nel Matias, mailing requirements clerk, saying he was returning 55 of the group's newsletters.
People may not remember signing up for your newsletter until they've read a couple of lines, and their wrist-jerk response may be to delete your mail, call you a spammer and take their business elsewhere.
Also included: Hints on saving money by sending your newsletter electronically.
Bellis, Public Relations, of the Christian Brotherhood Newsletter, 216-848-0123/
From start to finish, apply the same methodology to each step in the registration funnel--from the initial free e-mail newsletter signup through all the communication touch points.
You distribute the disk with a newsletter created in any application you want, then recipients can open it on compatible hardware even if they don't have the software used to create the document.
Newsletter Holdings LLC, 7600 Leesburg Pike, West Building, #300, Falls Church, VA 22043, 703-905-4657, www.
Newsletter founder and President Bruce Hawthorn said that they are simply "helping Christians help each other, if they choose to do so.
Smolar emphasizes that, "an electronic newsletter can be a real agent of cultural change in an organization.
In 1985, Al was the fourth person to be inducted into the newsletter association's Hall of Fame.
Although no complaint had ever been filed against the Christian Brotherhood Newsletter by a subscriber in its entire 12-year history, the Maryland State Commissioner of Insurance began action against the Newsletter in January of 1993.