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11. “Winner’s circle.” Recognizerepparttar success of a subscriber, a partner, or someone in your industry or community.

12. How-to’s. Give easy-to-follow instructions for completing a task, such as writing a marketing e-mail, or a project such as purchasing a content management system.

13. Account-specific information. If your subscribers can “self-serve” at your web site, let them know of any system enhancements: “Did you know you can now track your order online?”

14. Instant information. Provide easily downloadable information: a white paper, a PowerPoint presentation, a demo.

15. Calendar of events. Include your speaking engagements, conference presentations, and product demos on your calendar as well as other events of interest to your subscribers.

16. Conference coverage. Report on noteworthy conference sessions, keynote speakers, and any goodies you received.

17. Networking. Invite your subscribers to respond to blog posts, attend real or online meetings, or join discussion groups.

18. Legal update. Let your subscribers know about any changes in laws or regulations that affect them.

19. Time-sensitive reminders. Tell subscribers about important deadlines for grant applications or proposals, etc.

20. Survey. Ask subscribers to participate in a survey or poll, then publish and interpretrepparttar 141528 survey results inrepparttar 141529 next issue

21. Coupon. Give subscribers a printable coupon for a product, service, or consulting session.

22. Industry update. Post industry-related news feed on your site to provide breaking news.

23. Trend spotting. Give subscribers a heads-up on new trends that will affect their business or lifestyle.

24. Giveaway or sweepstake. Offer a premium for responding, subscribing, or purchasing something from you. Give away a book, a special report, a digital camera, or another gift.

25. Testimonial. Sharerepparttar 141530 praise your customers shower on your company. Not only will you build business, you’ll help subscribers understand allrepparttar 141531 ways they might work with you.

26. Successful project feature. Write a short summary of a current project that went well. Tell what you accomplished and how you did it. This list will get you thinking about your newsletter content in a new way.

No doubt your newsletter team will come up with other content ideas. But beware! Perhaps novelist John Steinbeck was thinking of ideas for newsletter content when he said: “Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen.”


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A June 25 Collectors Circle Opening Reception at The LAB101 Gallery in Culver City presents new works by English photographer torepparttar stars Patrick Fraser. The 45th Festival de Television de Monte Carlo gets underway June 26 at various locations Monaco with opening and closing red carpet ceremonies. Advance screening and party on June 27 for Paramount Classics' Hustle And Flow, directed by Craig Brewer, produced by John Singleton at The ArcLight Hollywood. After-party at Mood. CinemaExpo International, running June 27-30 in Amsterdam, is focused on helping major circuits and independent theatre owners learn aboutrepparttar 141100 latest state-of-the-art equipment. The Music Business Conference will open this year on June 29 at Mohegan Sun Casino and Resort in Uncasville withrepparttar 141101 goal to raise funds so that students from aroundrepparttar 141102 country can attendrepparttar 141103 Youth Music Biz Academy free of charge. Summerfest celebrates its 39th year filling a 23,000-seat amphitheater and eleven side stages with national headliners for eleven straight days beginning June 30 in Milwaukee.

The above events are only a sampling of what is listed. Many ofrepparttar 141104 events above have a submission process for indie and/or performing artists to take part in. Complete details are onrepparttar 141105 "Media, Entertainment and Performing Arts Industry News and Events" page at

The Actor's Checklist is a resource for all performing artists, models, advertising and PR executives, entertainers, recording professionals and Reality TV fanatics. The Actor's Checklist is at:

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