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19 Aug 07 11:59 pm
What you could do is have your emails send people back to your own site. So provide a snippet of the article, and then say "to read more, visit mysite.com/articles/blah.html".
Otherwise you can either keep your emails as html and risk the spam filter. Check the policies of article sites to see if you can extract the URLs from articles and post them in a plain text email instead of having hyperlinked keywords... but this is bound to look ugly.
Does anyone have any advice on whether or not it is a good move to generate a series of newsletters comprising wholly of borrowed articles (all bios / links included of course).
This depends on how mission-critical your newsletter series is. Remember that people are going to stop being interested in what you have to say if you're just regurgitating content from other places that isn't particularly interesting. You gotta make it good and give them a reason to keep opening your emails. But that's up to you.
All the best,
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