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The August edition of the OSV Author Toolkit newsletter is out! If you didn’t receive it, just click here and you can read it online. Toolkit Team members Rebecca, Alyssa and book editor Darrin contributed to this issue.
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How many email newsletters (enewsletters) do you get? Maybe you feel as if you get too many and just hit delete on a lot of them — or even unsubcribe.
But what about the ones you really like?
Email is still the #1 way companies — and authors — communicate with their customers and readers. And it can be a very personal way of connecting.
If you don’t have any experience with sending enewsletters, never fear. There are tools to manage the creating and sending part, and we have hints to assist with the content part.
What should your enewsletter say? Great question. Some suggestions:
Our enewsletter is created, designed and full of content just for you! The OSV Author Toolkit enewsletter will come straight to your inbox once a month. You’ll find introductions to the OSV book team, insights into our publishing world, resources, a little advice and the opportunity to ask questions and make comments.
Let us know what you’d like to see in the enewsletter! It’s all about YOU, and we aim to be responsive to what you need.
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