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Create Awesome Newsletters to Re-energize Your Workforce

Create Awesome Newsletters to Re-energize Your Workforce

Discover the secrets to supercharged employee newsletters with ContactMonkey and Brilliant Ink. Learn about the most common newsletter challenges and how to overcome them.

12:00 P.M. EST | 9.00 A.M. PST

Thursday, 28 March, 2019

For internal communicators, email is often the most reliable, measurable, and effective channel in our arsenal. According to the Global State of Internal Communications 2022 study, 79% of internal communicators have increased their usage of email for employee communication over the past two years. So, we’d better make sure it’s worth the interruption in our employees flow when we send them an email. Join ContactMonkey and Brilliant Ink on Wednesday, 15 June at 12:00 PM ET, as we address the top three common ailments for newsletters: information overload, design and formatting flaws, and a lack of clear measurement. We’ll also share a wealth of actionable cures for each! You’ll leave armed with insights and next steps to power up your next employee newsletter.

What you'll learn:

How to engage a distracted workforce

Newsletter guidelines and best practices

Writing tips and design hacks

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About The Speakers

Ali Rodriguez

About Ali Rodriguez

Ali Rodriguez is a content marketing specialist, strategist, and storyteller based in Toronto. Over the years, he’s spent his time generating content, stories, and marketing strategies for B2B businesses and different online publications.

Filza Naveed

About Filza Naveed

Filza is in charge of ContactMonkey’s content marketing initiatives and partnerships. She has written numerous articles and blogs on employee engagement, internal communications and email marketing. After working within journalism and advertising, Filza shifted her focus towards crafting unique narratives that help improve company culture. She’s passionate about all forms of storytelling and its impact on the way an organization is perceived.