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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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Marketing categories recognize newsletter promotion excellence in direct mail (b-to-b and consumer); renewal series; e-mail; web sales page; prospect list development page; and conference promotion.
Since the inception of J@pan Inc, the magazine's bevy of weekly e-mail newsletters has tackled these sorts of "big picture" issues--the fragile health of the Japanese economy being a recurring favorite--and has offered the nuanced analysis often missing from blanket accounts of a Japan paralyzed by economic woes.
However, you will need to pay postage for copies of the newsletter being mailed to persons who do not qualify for free matter.
The average company newsletter probably isn't going to attract more than 1,500 to 2,000 subscribers a week--unless you've got a highly trafficked site or are having a contest.
Scientific American Newsletters (SAN; New York) has acquired Transport Technology Publishing (TTP; New York), a producer of newsletters and marketing research reports for the freight transportation industry.
Ten years have elapsed since the publication of the third edition of "The Newsletter Editor's Desk Book.
Similar protection was included in a bill also passed on the evening of March 22 in Kentucky by a vote of 30-2, and is also similar to legislation signed last month by Governor Casey of Pennsylvania granting an exemption to the Newsletter from insurance regulation in that state.
It's also important for the marketer to treat the e-mail captures for the free newsletter with the same attention given to the primary offer on the website.
Minnesota joins the insurance departments in Missouri, Kentucky, Oregon, South Dakota, Ohio, Virginia, Kansas, Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma, Washington and Michigan who have determined that the Newsletter is either not insurance or presents no harm to the public.
offers its resellers an attractive and well-written newsletter to distribute to their customers.
Completing the circle, Ash got back into the b-to-b newsletter business with a July 2005 acquisition of some of the titles Len Eiserer had published at Business Publishers Inc.
Although no complaint had ever been filed against the Christian Brotherhood Newsletter by a subscriber in its entire 12 year history, the Washington State Insurance Commissioner ruled against the Newsletter on Nov.