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Newsletter predictions 2020

Hey, it's Mark from Revue, with issue #21 of The Week in Newsletters, the last one of 2019 (actually,
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Hey, it’s Mark from Revue, with issue #21 of The Week in Newsletters, the last one of 2019 (actually, in some parts of Asia and Australia it’s 2020 already).
We will end the year here by looking ahead 🔮. I have asked eight newsletter experts to share their vision of what 2020 has in store for newsletters. Without spoiling too much, it’s safe to say that it promises to be another great year.
As for myself, I simply hope to add another 52 issues that you will find worth reading in 2020. See you on the other side and do enjoy the predictions 🎉.
Newsletter predictions 2020
Here’s what the experts say. Click on the headline to check out their newsletter 💌
"We’ve reached peak bad newsletter, but for value, there can never be a real peak" – Jacob Donnelly – A Media Operator
"More newsletter only content" – Abigail Geiger – Second Sun
"Newsletters will foster interaction that builds trust in news and in local politics" – Judith Langowski – Der Tagesspiegel
"Lines between newsletters and membership sites will blur" – Anne-Laure Le Cunff – Maker Mind
"More newsletter sponsoring" – Evan LePage – Podcast Delivery
"Newsletters will let journalists do journalism instead of hunting for more resources" – Arikia Millikan – CTRL+X
"More publishers will focus on on-boarding" – Dan Oshinsky – Not a Newsletter
"Readers will get accustomed to paying for quality" – Steph Smith – Remote Work
The year in newsletters
It’s the end of the year and we’ve all worked hard. So just for fun, here are the two articles that brought newsletters to the masses.
The New Social Network That Isn’t New at All - The New York Times
Email-Newsletter Start-ups and The Future of Media - The Atlantic
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