E-ZINE


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E-ZINEElectronic Magazine
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More information about Jay Huling and his free e-zine The Huling Letter is available at www.jayhuling.com where visitors can request his free CD "How to Write Simple Sales Letters That Get Results Every Time."
Planning the e-zine with the children helps them to further their understanding of hyperlinked text and its non-linear nature.
The E-zine is the first of a number of communication tools designed to provide easy access to advice and information on launching a new enterprise.
It came as the business advice body launched a new push to try and generate interest - a monthly "E-zine" electronic newsletter.
The Lee College Association for Childhood Education International Chapter, in Texas, announced the "Week of the Classroom Teacher" in their first issue of the student E-zine, Scholar Lee.
She added FYI Online has built a prelaunch readership of around 9,500 for its monthly e-zine, with around a quarter of a million hits to the website.
They felt isolated, misunderstood, and alone on the world stage, and believed a Palestinian youth "e-zine" was needed because teenagers in other countries had no idea what life was like for them.
For more info on youth work check out the E-Zine and Volunteering channel at www.youngscot
In addition the site will also feature subscription-based services, including a weekly e-zine. No pricing details were announced.
Her e-zine, IMPRESSIONS, debuted online in July of this year at www.pawprintpubsonline.com.
A strongly (lifestyle) personalized e-zine therefore may be perceived as being less relevant with respect to the company's business.
The EnableLinker, The E-zine Linking You to Canada's Disability Community, www.abilities.ca