So, what’s an e-zine?Written by Maria Marsala
Technically they’re written e-zine (not ezine) although calling them an electronic newsletter e-news or Internet newsletter i-news clarifies what they are much better. They were given name e-zine (short for electronic magazine). Some people pronounce e-zeen and others say e-zin – however way you write it or say it, an e-zine should be a special e-mail, sent to you because you requested it.
E-zines are one way to build communities and relationships with a potentially large number of people, for a minimal cost. Instead of sending out a business newsletter, via postal mail, you can send anyone who requests, your e-zine.
An e-zine can consist of one tip or they can include
Eliminate Redundancies for Fat Free WritingWritten by Linda Elizabeth Alexander
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Eliminate Redundancies for Fat Free Writing ©2002 By Linda Elizabeth Alexander
Engaging writing is concise. How many times have we been told to "write tight" (be concise) rather than verbosely? The following are a mere 25 examples of redundant phrases. When used properly, alternatives to these phrases can cut much of fat out of your business communication, leaving it leaner, tighter, and less verbose.