What is newsletter filler?
Newsletter fillers are all the fun "extras" you use to fill in the blank spaces, the "holes," in your paste-ups. The examples are endless and include such things as quotations, articles, crossword puzzles, recipes, unusual facts, cartoons and more!
Be sure to keep a good selection handy...you just never know when you'll need just a "little more stuff!"
You can only tear a piece of newspaper smoothly when you tear vertically because the newsprint is made up of tiny wood fibers which line up in the same direction, up and down, on the page. When you tear a newspaper from top to bottom, it tears evenly because you are tearing in the direction of the grain.
"You should use a comma whenever you have a need to pause in a sentence. EXAMPLE: 'So me and Tiffany were at the mall and she ate like four of those big fudge squares which is why her butt is the size of a Volkswagen Jetta I don't know WHAT Jason sees in, wait a minute I'm getting another call.'" -- Dave Berry
Newsletter Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find free newsletter templates?
Is the front page of my newsletter important?
How can I create a good first impression?
Where should I put my best articles and pictures?
What is the definition of a head, heading or headline?
How do I choose a name for my newsletter?
What is the definition of format?
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Is there a list of movies about newspapers and journalism?
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Should I crop photos?
Are there some common words I can use in the newsletter title?
How do I get people to read my newsletter?
Is it important to be consistent with the use of color?
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What is newsletter filler?
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What tools can I use to crop photos?
Should I use a commercial printer for my newsletter?
Where can I find ideas for color combinations?
What can I use for filler?
Where can I find free artwork and illustrations?
What is a mission statement?
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How can I boost morale and retain readership?
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Can I change a misspelled word on the original manuscript?
What is a two-column format?
Does quantity affect my choice of printing methods?
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Should I just wait for news to come to me?
What things do I need to tell my printer about my newsletter?
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Where can I find graphic design help?
Should I spell out numbers if they begin a sentence?
Should I learn how to type?
How can I open a new window in my link code to other web sites?
How can I typeset a headline in an emergency?
What are the different categories for pronouns?
Should I repeat the same word several times within one article?
Is it appropriate to completely rewrite someone elseīs news article?
Is it important for me to know paper sizes?
What is a byline and where does it go?
What is a mimeograph machine and how does it work?
What is a sans-serif typeface?
What is a serif typeface?
What is a script typeface?
Is it necessary to check the facts in a news story before printing it?
How do I write a good headline?
What is the definition of logotype or logo?
What is clip art?
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What can I use to hold down my copy?
What is a four-column format?
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What is a non-repro blue pen or pencil?
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How can I determine if I have left out a word when proofreading?
Where did the word news come from?
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How did spam get its name?
When was the first newsletter published?
What does bleed mean?
Should I consider sending out a wedding newsletter?
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What is the definition of text?
Where can I find help writing articles for my church newsletter?
What is a typefont?
What is a typeface?
What is the definition of alteration?
Can I charge my customer for alterations?
Should I use single or double quote marks in headline copy?
What is a three-column format?
Is there a variation of the two-column format?
What is graphic design?
How many pages should my newsletter be?
What is the definition of a dummy?
Should I use wax to paste-up type and graphics?
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Should I use tape to paste-up type and graphics?
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What are some of the most common software programs for page layout?
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What is a border?
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What tool can I use to help secure my paste-ups?
Is there an alternative to buying a light table for paste-up?
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How do I decide on a color combination?
What is PMS spot color?
What is editorial policy and why is it important?
What are running heads?
Should I use all caps in the text of my newsletter?
Is it okay to incorporate design ideas from other publications?
What is the definition of a blowup?
What guidelines should I follow to write a good headline?
Does my writing need editing?
What can I do to insure interesting photographs in my newsletter?
How can I become idea-minded?
Where can I find free resources for newsletter filler?
How can I present statistical information to readers?
Who is Frank E. Gannett?
What is a narrow column format?
What is a wide column format?
Should I proofread my newsletter from a hard copy proof?
Should I proofread my newsletter from the computer screen?
What is a Scale-O-Graph?
How many typefaces can be found within a typefont family?
What is a rapidograph pen?
What is the easiest way to compose a headline?
What basic information should I include on a business card?
Where can I get free business cards?
What is a deckle edge?
What is the definition of leading?
How can I uncurl a photograph?
How should I prepare for an interview?
Can I use contractions in my newsletter articles?
Is there a way to save money if I want to print two colors?
How can I get clean edges on my photo when printed?
What is a decorative typeface?
Should I use numbers like 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. when typing dates?
Should I use first, second, third, fourth, etc. when typing dates?
What is a widow?
What will attract a readerīs attention?
Where can I find ink color samples?
How can I get my readers to understand what I am describing?
What is a pull quote?
How can I obtain the recycling icon for printing on recycled paper?
What is the best color of paper to use for printing my newsletter?
Should I use a quick printer for my newsletter?
What is the most practical method of proofreading by myself?
How do I know if my artwork is the best quality available?
What is collating?
What is a bad break?
Is there a site for free webmaster tools?
What can I do if the subject in my photo is facing the wrong way?
How do I write a Letter to the Editor?
What is the definition of camera-ready?
What are register marks?
How many times should I proofread my newsletter copy?
Where can I find help with proofreading?
Is there a free search engine for USA products and services?
What is the definition of a gutter or an alley?
What does writing on spec. mean?
What does stet mean?
How can I make the newsletter less work?
What is proofreading?
What is the definition of ascender?
Should I write in present tense?
Should I write in past tense?
Should I write in future tense?
Should I spell out numbers one through ten?
Should I use transparent tape to paste up my newsletter?
What is reverse type?
How can I get straight lines when applying border tapes?
Is it okay to print a photo that is slightly blurry?
Is it okay to print a photo that is slightly out of focus?
Can I change grammatical errors from the original manuscript?
What is a source file?
Should I plan ahead for the next issue of my newsletter?
Should I use double-sided tape for paste-ups?
What is yellow journalism?
How can I make an emergency repair to typed body copy?
What is a credit line?
What is a courtesy line?
What is the definition of a hickey?
How can I determine if there is an audience for my newsletter?
What are the three main types of logo design?
What is a PMS process color?
Is there a good source for ideas for news articles?
What information should I include with my photo for the printer?
Do I have to have prints made when I have a roll of film developed?
What tool can I use to position small pieces of type?
What does boldface or bold type refer to?
What is a halftone?
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What is the UKīs largest online marketing and content portal?
Who is George Guess?
Can I just paste type corrections over the top of the original copy?
Who is George Hearst?
What is a border tape?
Can I hand-deliver my newsletter in U.S. mail boxes?
Should I remain stationary to take photos at an event?
How can I type bullets on a standard typewriter?
Should I use the two-person method to proofread text?
How can I understand proportion?
What is the definition of brochure?
What is a contact print?
What is the definition of a duotone?
What should I remember when designing my logo?
In what condition should I deliver my final copy to the printer?
Who is James Gordon Bennett?
What is a contact screen?
Where can I find a good printer for my newsletter?
How do I use a proportional dial?
What is the definition of kerning?
Should I stick to only one marketing strategy?
Should I use a plastic or metal ruler in paste-up?
Who is Joseph Pulitzer?
How should I type the postage paid information on my newsletter?
What is a jumpline?
How can I get variety in my photographs?
Where can I find online information about search engine optimization?
Who is Donald W. Reynolds?
What is continuous tone?
What is the definition of letterspacing?
What is the definition of point?
What is a ballot box?
What is justified type?
Is there anything I should do after my newsletter is published?
Who is William Randolph Hearst?
How can I draw good, clean lines with a Rapidograph pen?
What is the definition of vignette technique?
What are paper (electrostatic) or plastic plates used in printing?
What tool can I use to square up elements on my paste-up?
What is line copy?
What is condensed type?
How can I publish my church newsletter online or in an email?
Should I find out who my audience is?
What is the definition of silhouette technique?
Is there a free internet directory of independent writers and artists?
What is the definition of a descender?
What does flush left mean?
What does flush right mean?
What does justify mean?
What is the definition of x-height?
What is the definition of a platemaker?
Can I produce a newsletter without a computer?
How can I typeset a newsletter without a computer?
Should I use surgical knives for cutting in paste-up work?
What is the definition of kiss or butt?
What is a copy machine and how does it work?
What does italic type refer to?
What is the definition of expanded type?
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