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Vol. 1 Issue 8, July 9, 2011
Example of a newsletter update on new content posted on the website. This is a very impersonal way to communicate with your readers. That is why it is important to be cordial like writing a letter to a collegue or co-worker you haven't seen or talked to in a long time. Your readers are more acquaintances than close friends.
Then on the other hand, how personal is too personal for a newsletter?
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Getting your message across to your readers
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