Create a Social Newsletter with FlashIssue

FlashIssue is one of the Web 2.0 tools I found for curating your blog and other online articles easily into a social newsletter.  FlashIssue is a Web 2.0 application that lets teachers and students quickly and effectively use their blog and promoting content for email newsletters and social media campaigns.  It allows you take content you have published online and blend it with content you find into a social newsletter in minutes. The newsletter is sent through email and shared through Linkedln, Facebook, and Twitter and Facebook. Also, FashIssue integrates With Gmail.  A Chrome Plug-in, FlashIssue Clipper & Web App, allows you to easily save blog and Web articles as you browse for later inclusion in your social newsletter.

In the past, it is quite painful and time consuming to get your own blog posts and other interesting Web articles into an email newsletter.  I found FlashIssue can get the job done quickly and easily.  After signing up a new account, I was able to create the first issue of my social newsletter, Learning Technology Monthly, in 5 minutes.  Quite impressive!

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FlashIssue | The fastest way to turn any web content into an email newsletter from FlashIssue on Vimeo.

 

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About Steve Yuen

I am a Professor Emeritus of Instructional Technology and Design at The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States.
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2 Responses to Create a Social Newsletter with FlashIssue

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  2. Peter Gen says:

    FlashIssue可以整合不同的社群網站和部落格,以往使用這些網站,最大的問題就是彼此的使用者不同,必須靠超連結來連接,但是有了這個工具,不同網頁或部落格間文章和訊息的連結變得更方便了,也不用把自己的版面弄得十分混亂。

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