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Then there isrepparttar problem of some email programs that do not support HTML. Just because yours does, doesn't mean that mine does. DO NOT assume that everyone can read HTML e-mail just because you can. Consider, too, that not all email readers will display your HTML inrepparttar 124373 same way. It may not lookrepparttar 124374 way you think it does.

Some newsletter publishers give their subscribersrepparttar 124375 option of receiving plain text or HTML. This is all well and good, however, it seems to me that it would be twicerepparttar 124376 work for repparttar 124377 already overworked editor to formatrepparttar 124378 same newsletter twice. Maintaining two lists of subscribers would also become a burden.

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What makes a newsletter good? Simplicity, readability, full of content thatrepparttar 124381 reader wants, and a lack of flashing glitz. Keep it simple, and keep your subscribers.

windsong is the editor/publisher of six newsletters. One of them is All About E-Zines:

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