A one minute television public service announcement created in 2008, produced by Jennifer Marquis, sponsored by the City of Marco Island Department of Parks and Recreation and the Art League, Marco Island’s Center for the Arts.
Highlight clip reel from Immokalee Celebration of Cultures, held September 18-20, 2009, in Immokalee, Florida.
Producer, Videographer & Â Editor: Jennifer Marquis-Muradaz
A feature adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, written and performed by serving prisoners inside Maghaberry Prison in Belfast, Northern Ireland (Educational Shakespeare Company) – (www.esc-film)
The roles are played by inmates of Maghaberry Prison.
Producer: Jennifer Marquis-Muradaz
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Prior to sending any e-mail broadcasts, you will want to make sure you are acting as a ‘responsible’ e-mail marketer, and will need to familiarize yourself with the “CAN-SPAM Act”. This is a law that sets the rules for commercial email, establishes requirements for commercial messages, gives recipients the right to have you stop emailing them, and spells out tough penalties for violations. For more information about the CAN-SPAM Act, click here.
Congratulations! Your sign-up form is up and running, and youâ€™re ready to send out some content — time to figure out what the focus of our newsletter will be. Is your goal to build a following for your website content, announce upcoming events, keep members apprised of current happenings, etc.?Â No matter the focus or goal, youâ€™ll want it to be as readable and scannable as possible.
Jakob Nielsen, a leading web usability consultant and ‘guru’, has this to say about how much time users spend reading a newsletter:
“Users spend 51 seconds reading the average newsletter. The layout and writing both need superb usability to survive in the high-pressure environment of a crowded inbox.” Click here to visit Jakob’s site.