Allie Ash marks 30 years in the newsletter business in 2007.
What does NEWSLTR stand for?
NEWSLTR stands for Newsletter
This definition appears very frequently
- Network Windowing System
- Never Eat Soggy Wheat (mnemonic for compass points)
- Never Ending Wonderful Story (film)
- Nikkei Economic-Data Wire Service (economic news service; Japan)
- North East Watercolor Society (New York, USA)
- North, East, West, South (compass points)
- Notable Events Weather and Sport
- Nothing Ever Worth Saying
- Nuclear Events Web-based System (IAEA)
- North East Wales Search and Rescue
- News Markup Language (XML format; International Press Telecommunications Council)
- Newspaper Pilot Applications and Distribution
- Nutrition, Exercise, Water, Sunshine, Temperance, Air, Rest, & Trust (in God)
- Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Tests (Harry Potter)
- Naval Expeditionary Warfare Training
- Navigation for Employee Web Transactions (University of Illinois Human Resources)
- New Transport Algorithm
- New World Training (BRFSStrategic)
- Newtonian Telescope
- Northeast Washington Technical Education Consortium
Samples in periodicals archive:
Build your customer base with an electronic newsletter Most folks frown on getting unsolicited commercial e-mail, mainly because it has become associated with pornographers, scam artists and clueless losers.
To help you in your guest to stay current in your field, here is a guide to eight books and booklets -- all published during the first half of 1995 -- which cover topics of interest to newsletter editors.
They have put the employee newsletter on-line, eliminating many of the arcane printing functions that once spelled job security for editors.
In some ways the history of newsletter publishers parallels the ever-changing names of the newsletter association--from, among other names, Newsletter Association to Newsletter Publishers Association to Newsletter & Electronic Publishers Association to the current Specialized Information Publishers Association.
Newsletter editors and publishers who have entered the field since the dawn of the internet might not know that a newsletter mantra for many years was, "Our independent coverage is not compromised by advertising.