9 Quick Tips For Writing A Newsletter That Get’s Read

Posted on May 28, 2007. Filed under: Email Marketing |

Here’s a memorial day treat for you if you have your own opt in newsletter.

Which of course you should.

I’ve got 9 quick tips to make your writing much easier.

So check them out before grabbing that hotdog

1. Written sentences are more effective if they are short.

2. Short sentences are formed by a maximum of 16-20 words.

3. When a sentence is too long, divide it in two parts using a dot.

4. Periods are more effective, if they are short too! They are short when they are formed by a maximum of 4 lines.

5. Dividing periods with a double carriage returns makes reading more pleasant.

6. Use easy words when the newsletter is dedicated to a large audience.

7. Use foreign words only when they are commonly understandable.

8. Pay attention to commas! Putting them in a wrong place means changing the meaning of the text.

9. Don’t use too many exclamation or question marks.
They disturb reading and make your text weaker!

And there you have it.

Use them wisely.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith

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