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Starts:13-Sep-10 4:24 p.m. GMT

Ends:20-Sep-10 4:24 p.m. GMT


Award 1: $250, was awarded to Katrina54




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Business Name

Women's Link

What do you do?

Newsletter for Working Women

What is your industry?


Describe your audience

Working Women in North America

How do you intend to use this newsletter (print, email, web, etc.)?

December 2010 Newsletter (aka. the holidays edition)
Newsletter article -- for emailed newsletter, and post on the Web. Could be shared with seminar participants as well. Could end up in a blog post, or used in social media

What 3 things do you want to communicate to your audience through this newsletter?

1. Ways to energize -- give 5 concrete examples (could be anything).
2. Ways to destress -- give 5 concrete examples (could be anything
3. Conclude with the message that the focus on the holidays isn't about the stuff -- it's about you and your family and friends and so put yourself and the loved ones in your life first and take time out of the hussle and bussle of it all to appreciate the wonder of the holiday season

Do you have a title for this newsletter?

Not really -- could use playful title

What information MUST be included?

In addition to the 3 things I want to communicate (above) -- I really just want a helpful and playful discussion that helps readers maintain some perspective about what the holidays are really about so they don't overstress and try to take on too much and miss out on the true joy and wonder of the season.

What character, tenor or spirit do you want to convey?

Funny -- playful -- give some solid "how to's" in a helpful and creative way. Also, end it by being touching -- giving some "ah ha" moment that touches the heart and brings perspective to these women who are in a mad rush and pressuring themselves to go overboard.

What is your required length in words or pages for this newsletter?

400-600 words (can go a little over or under0

Do you want to include additional info?


Brief updates

By jmnovak on 16-Sep-10 10:16 p.m. GMT
THIS EMAILS THE 2nd WEEK OF DECEMBER -- for our DECEMBER issue -- please keep that in mind when you're writing -- it might be September now, but it's not when they'll be reading it! Thanks.