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Vol. 1 Issue 10, September 29, 2011
Greetings and Welcome to All
Since Bella Online is a website that is filled with information, articles, tips and advice on several subjects, topics and issues, let me introduce you to one of the many subjects here.
The Nonfiction Writing Site here has a host of articles addressing writing of nonfiction content. And, periodically I like to refer you to a fellow editor who has written an article on a topic that concerns or can be of help, for your ezines and newsletters. Sometimes our articles overlap each other, only because of the nature of the subject we are working with or writing for. But we try hard in preventing that from happening.
For instances, since I am the editor for the Ezines and Newsletter Site, there are several aspects and components to consider that makes up an ezine or newsletter. When doing an ezine or newsletter the most important thing to consider is the content. Usually the content is in the form of articles. Or consider article marketing? The articles you write to market must be of the highest quality in order to outshine some of the lesser quality ones.
For more information on writing articles or getting a different view of the process, check out the Nonfiction Writing Site. In the mean time here's a link to an article from the site I think is worth the read.
How To Write High Quality Articles -
Article Update -
The feature article for this week is about making your ezines or newsletters a 'Resource Tool' as well as a 'Marketing Tool'. There is a way to market them without it being so obvious.
By making your ezine or newsletter a major resource tool, consider it an opportunity to give them your best in writing as well as your expert opinion. When you do this you have now marketed your product, service or business through the article and your expert opinion. Opinions go a long way with people, especially if they trust you.
What Does Your Newsletter Do For You -
What does your newsletter do for you? What does it do for your readers? Making your newsletter a valuable resource tool as well as a marketing tool for your readers will benefit both you and them. The key is balance between the two.
Be sure to visit ezines.bellaonline.com for even more great articles and information on ezines, newsletters and more!
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"You have to play or abide by the rules before you can bend or break them; even in writing." Grace D. Dooley
Have a great weekend and Happy New Year to the Jewish Community
Grace D. Dooley, Ezines & Newsletters Editor