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Enticing Subs to Read....Interesting approach....Views: 1526
Oct 27, 2005 2:41 pmEnticing Subs to Read....Interesting approach....#

lisa micklin
Hi All-

This morning I saw a new ezine publisher take an approach that I've never seen before and am curious about your thoughts on this....

At the very top of his ezine under the header, there was this statement:
"Word count for this issue: 1500
Approximate time to read: Just under 10 minutes"

Have any of you tried this approach?
What are your thoughts on it?
Does this increase readership of your ezine? Do you think it has the potential to do so?

Looking forward to your thoughts,
lisa
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Oct 27, 2005 3:04 pmre: Enticing Subs to Read....Interesting approach....#

Bob Prentice
Clever thought I may give it a try.

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Oct 27, 2005 4:37 pmre: re: Enticing Subs to Read....Interesting approach....#

Julie Jordan Scott
I receive an ezine that takes that approach - I have never tried it myself... mostly because "the voice" of a proclamation like that doesn't fit with "the voice" of my ezines.

I appreciate it, though - and it can combat busy people with a lot of stuff in their email box, perhaps enticing them to read rather than delete!

With Passionate Gratitude,

Julie

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