Answered By: Kate Anderson, Business Librarian
Last Updated: Oct 08, 2019     Views: 147

Newsletters are a great tool to inform your customers, clientele, or other readers about your business, organization, or department. They are often sent out following a regular, predetermined schedule (monthly, quarterly, yearly, etc.) and serve as a regular touch-point or connection with clientele.

Microsoft Publisher provides newsletter templates. If you prefer to use Microsoft Word, create newsletter-style columns.

You may also find it helpful to work with a tutor in Tutor Match. For the topic, select Writing/Research and for the subject, select Writing Assistance

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If you are using research in your newsletter, follow APA guidelines for citing your sources. Use standard in-text citations just as you would for other papers. Your references should go in a column or section titled references, and should follow standard APA requirements for references. Contact your instructor if you have additional questions regarding APA requirements. Visit the APA Guide for help. 


Learn more  about professional newsletters:

Book cover from The AMA Handbook of Business WritingNewsletters section from: The AMA Handbook of Business Writing

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Writing Newsletters and Web Articles chapter from: Web Content: The Writer's Guide

 

 

 

Book cover from The Art of Editing in the Age of ConvergenceNewsletters section from: The Art of Editing in the Age of Convergence

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