How The Wall Street Journal is revamping its newsletters — and trying to add some whimsy » Nieman Journalism Lab


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How The Wall Street Journal is revamping its newsletters — and trying to add some whimsy

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How The Wall Street Journal is revamping its newsletters — and trying to add some whimsy
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8 days ago by bperrier
Inviting readers to share their thoughts in a two-way exchange isn’t a new concept either, but not many publishers’ newsletters actually allow subscribers to easily contact their writers. Now, all migrated newsletters have a designated Journal editor in the reply-to field, and Dooling has been helping editors get the hang of managing the responses. “I’ve got 12 years of community managing experience. I always get questions about commenting platforms and that sort of thing, but it’s interesting how you can build community so much into email,” she said.
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11 days ago by paulbradshaw
Favorite tweet:

“The newsletter itself in your inbox is simply not enough. What is it like to speak to the editor if you reply? What do you want to do with the information? What is the action involved when you get this newsletter?”https://t.co/G4LN0WqE5P

— Media Voices Podcast (@mediavoicespod) August 9, 2018
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11 days ago by skinnyj
The Wall Street Journal is not exactly known for its sense of whimsy — but that’s what the folks revamping its newsletter system are aiming for. When Cory…
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11 days ago by mattl
"The newsletter itself in your inbox is simply not enough."
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11 days ago by mathewi
How The Wall Street Journal is revamping its newsletters — and trying to add some whimsy
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12 days ago by edan