Getting A Head Start
Getting a head start for the new year involves using an editorial calendar for planning your newsletter themes, subjects or topics for the months to come. Consider some of the ideas and suggestions mentioned in this article.
Which Describes Your Newsletter Best?
There are many types of newsletters as defined by the industry. However, there are three types of categories all newsletters fall into. These categories help define the type of feeling or emotion behind the newsletter.
Creating a Professional Journal
People who are in the publishing industries usually have some way of keeping up with what they are doing and evaluating how things are going with their business as a profession. A professional journal can serve as a resume, a portfolio, idea notebook and planning agenda.
Back to Basics
Sometimes it's good to go back to the basics of something. This article is about the basics of what newsletter and ezines editors and publishers are looking for in a website about newsletters. Most of the time basics begin with questions. Questions that need an answer before proceeding.
Seasonal Newsletter and Ezine Ideas
Producing seasonal ezines or newsletters is a perfect time to take advantage of the change that comes with each new season. Each season is different and a prime opportunity to keep your readers excited and looking forward to reading your ezine or newsletter.
Benefits of Using an Editorial Calendar
There are many benefits to using an editorial calendar for newsletters and ezines. An editorial calendar can help alleviate writer's block, help you plan your topics for the year and help you organize your writing projects and content, as well
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