Jan 062020
 

So, when you read good email newsletters and want to share links, thoughts and ideas that were started in or sparked by the newsletter how to you establish credit to the author and give them a proper link to?

Perhaps every newsletter should have a number system? Or maybe an issue and date sections that is created for you to include in any posts you create and want to credit them back properly. Should email newsletters be posted to the web? If yes, then link there. Or maybe the author will have a link history that you can get access to by subscribing to their newsletter. Or maybe you get to see the issue and you are asked to subscribe if you like what you are reading. 

Bob Lefsetz has a really interesting email newsletter. Think he’s been publishing his Letters since the mid 1980’s when they where on paper and distributed via mail. That I can not confirm. Was just reading a post by Bob that inspired me to write this post because I’d love to write about some things he shared and to properly credit him back.

January 6, 2020

9:32:08 PM EST

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