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Synonyms for newsletter

report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special group

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The 105 categories include 9 for newsletters, 10 for web and intranet sites, and 17 for writing.
Along with Terrie's Take, the popular commentary written by Terrie Lloyd, publisher of J@pan Inc, both newsletters break down business and technology trends in a weekly e-mail format delivered straight to the inboxes of 60,000 subscribers, completely free of charge.
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.
It's not just the recruiting method that sets e-mail newsletters apart from spam--it's their content.
Scientific American Newsletters was formed in December 1998 as a partnership between Scientific American Inc.
So far, trade newsletters are your best bet for finding topics devoted to all aspects of on-screen newsletters.
Small Cap Stocks Newsletter QualityStocks is a free service that collects data from hundreds of Small-Cap and Micro-Cap online Investment Newsletters into one free Daily Newsletter Report.
Newsletters represent a rather low motivation value compared to, say, the high motivation value of an online tax-preparation product.
They have put the employee newsletter on-line, eliminating many of the arcane printing functions that once spelled job security for editors.
Capitol Press LLC, publisher of the 2 Louis Rukeyser newsletters and 1 other investment advisory;
Al Warren spent 60 years in the newsletter business.
In 2005 the health system distributed two dynamic newsletters targeting current and prospective patients.
In the appendix on Resources (all of which are undated), she lists no other books on newsletter publishing or editing and cites few newsletters.
Editor's note: The following is excerpted from The Newsletter on Newsletters' new book, How to Write & Edit Must-Read Newsletters, by Fred Goss.
At UCG they learned that newsletters with a circulation apparently "too small" to support a seminar can do so.