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  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corp (Feb. 24 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401091237
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401091231
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 0.8 x 21.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #573,280 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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It's the smallest book I had seen on anything related to the Internet and I had a whole lot of BIG problems with my e-newsletter that I needed solved.
I finished reading it in an hour or so.
Type a few extra words here, click a few buttons there, start a better (read simple and profitable) business relationship over here, and BINGO! Big problems are all gone, bye-bye.
Yes, the book is funny; Michael Katz is a very witty guy.
Yes, the book is easy to understand; the author has laid the whole thing out in a "FAQ" format and has obviously had it proof-read by a smart 8-year old to make sure he has communicated all his points as clearly as possible.
And Yes, Yes, Yes, the book is not obsolete within 3 minutes of publication; the typical fate of anything related to the Internet. The material deals with Internet publishing on a level that makes it virtually timeless.
I wish every business book I purchased made as much sense, solved as many of my business problems as quickly, and made me WANT to write a review that glows in the dark!
BUY THIS BOOK! It's worth your money.
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This is a valuable A-to-Z resource for e-newsletter publishers. I was a partner in a successful e-mail marketing firm for several years; access to Michael's book during that time would have saved me countless headaches and missed opportunities.
Readers new to e-newsletters will find this book a terrific "how-to" guide. Michael's humorous, down-to-earth style is engaging and entertaining, as he demystifies the process of launching an e-newsletter.
Experienced readers will find Michael's book a great checklist and reference for both new and on-going e-newsletter programs.
It's a quick read, but an essential one if you're serious about succeeding with e-newsletters today.
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I have read many books purported to be of use to marketers, but this one stands out. Mr. Katz has crafted an easy to use manual that is based on a revolutionary principle: those of us in marketing or sales are in the relationship business. The days of 'hunting' for prospects are numbered, to be replaced by the slow, sure, organic method of 'farming' relationships. His book offers a magnificent, practical method to put this principle to work. I have used his steps and they bear fruit.
Finally, hurrah for a business author who can write in human English. The book is funny, bright and easy to absorb, much like the best kinds of nutrients. I highly recommend it.
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By R. Dlugy-Hegwer on Jan. 19 2004
Michael Katz is a repository of hands-on real-world knowledge about newsletters. His 141-page text was a quick and informative read, and serves as a handy reference. This excellent book is worth every cent if you're interested in writing newsletters.
Table of Contents:
OVERVIEW
CREATING THE CONTENT
Part I - What do I write about?
Part II - How do I write?
FORMATTING AND LAYOUT
DELIVERY AND LIST MANAGEMENT
APPENDIX I - Outsourcing
APPENDIX II - E-Newsletter launch template and checklist
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This is an amazing guide. It's a quick read, yet has some amazing advice on everything A to Z you need to know to start an email newsletter. This book even tells you when you should outsource it and when you should try to do it yourself.
The idea on page 79 about having friends promote your newsletter for you is worth the entire price of the book!
Don't think about starting an email newsletter without first reading this book.
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By F. Tyler on April 29 2003
I had been putting off a newsletter for our financial planning firm for a long time, but after reading this book I'm back on track. Katz does a great job of laying out both the big picture (why newsletters are effective and how to use them), as well as covering the nitty gritty pieces that one needs to understand in getting this done correctly. I'm very happy to have stumbled upon his book.
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