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April 22, 2020

Something to add to your ‘Morning Brew’

Carolyn Taylor – Account Coordinator

Newsletters are a great way to inform others about specific topics, especially when those ‘others’ are people who specifically signed up to receive the news you’re sharing in the first place. Talk about a perfect audience.

Whether that be about world news, industry updates or local community businesses, newsletters are a proven way to quickly and effectively communicate with an already-interested audience.

Keyword: interested. Building a thorough newsletter email list may be a challenging task in the beginning, but the best way to grow that list is to ensure you’re sharing valuable, educational or entertaining information that will make others want to share it with friends, family, colleagues, coworkers or business partners (or their stellar Jones PR blog readers!).

Many newsletters I’m subscribed to are due to my utter and simple interest in the topic, but I tried my best to keep those to myself and tell you about the ones I think your inbox would enjoy receiving, too. ☺

Morning Brew
Morning Brew is a daily newsletter that aims to make the business world more exciting and engaging by including witty humor, important business news and brain puzzling games all in a singular email. It captures everything you need to know to be up to date on the latest happenings in the nation and the world. Use my referral link to subscribe today.

Daily Chatter
If you’re a 20-something like me, you probably don’t read the physical newspaper, so in addition to getting your news from Tweets, subscribe to the Daily Chatter. This newsletter solely focuses on informing others of what is going on in the world. Charging their subscribers $20 annually for the newsletter, Daily Chatter supports independent journalism by offering content that is “uninfluenced by advertising and mainstream media.”

For my fellow social media gurus, Buffer’s social media newsletter is a must. This informative, fun-to-read email is full of information on the newest features for various digital platforms that help keep you on the edge of the latest trends, tools and tactics for all things social media.

Real Simple
Everyone loves trying something new in the kitchen, and Real Simple keeps your menu freshly diverse yet, well, real simple. Get your daily taste of new, must-try recipes from quick-and-easy dishes to yummy one-pot meals. They also offer a variety of other newsletters including health, beauty, fitness and more.

Shelf Awareness
Every bookworm should be subscribed to Shelf Awareness. Sharing recently published books every week, this newsletter will grow your bookshelf immensely. After subscribing, I recommend taking a few minutes to fill out a short survey about yourself and what kind of books you’re interested in so Shelf Awareness can separately send you books you’d be interested in hearing about.

The Oklahoma 100
You didn’t think I’d let you finish this blog without plugging Jones PR’s infamous in-house marketing platform’s newsletter, now did you? The Oklahoma 100 sends out a bi-weekly newsletter covering the latest Oklahoma news, updates and entertainment including information on important business deals and leading marketing tips to working parent advice and top trends in the public relations world. Subscribe today to get our next issue sent right to your inbox.


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