Newsletter

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A newsletter is a printed report containing news (information) of the activities of a business (legal name; subscription business model) or an organization (institutions, societies, associations) that is sent by mail regularly to all its members, customers, employees or people, who are interested in. Newsletters generally contain one main topic of interest to its recipients. A newsletter may be considered grey literature. E-newsletters are delivered electronically via e-mail and can be viewed as spamming if e-mail marketing is sent unsolicited.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

There is a German prize for the best newsletter, which has been awarded annually since 2014 in Frankfurt.[7]

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  1. ^ newsletter (British English, American English): Cambridge English Dictionary, retrieved on 2017-05-18.
  2. ^ newsletter, Oxford Dictionaries, retrieved on 2018-04-12.
  3. ^ newsletter, Webster's Dictionary (Merriam-Webster), retrieved on 2018-04-12.
  4. ^ Commercial newsletters in continental Europe, article of Encyclopedia Britannica, retrieved on 2018-05-14.
  5. ^ Kathleen L. Endres, NEWSLETTERS, NEWSPAPERS, PAMPHLETS in: Journalism and Mass Communication, Volume 1, EOLSS publishers/UNESCO, Oxford 2009, ISBN 978-1-905839-71-1, p. 90-104 (Google Books), retrieved on 2018-05-09.
  6. ^ Best Practices for Developing Effective E-Newsletter Content on the website of the University of Washington, retrieved on 2018-05-09.
  7. ^ Official website of E-Mail-Award, retrieved on 2018-05-09.
  8. ^ Online edition on Google Books, retrieved on 2018-05-10.
  9. ^ Online edition on Google Books, retrieved on 2018-05-10.
  10. ^ Online edition on Google Books, retrieved on 2018-05-10.
  11. ^ Online edition on Google Books, retrieved on 2018-05-10.
  12. ^ Online edition on Google Books, retrieved on 2018-05-10.