Is there a difference between an ezine and an email newsletter, or is one just a fancy name for the other? If there's a difference, what is it?
Technically - no, not really. They are the same thing. What you will likely see as a difference is that an ezine tends to have some advertisements (like a magazine, delivered via email), whereas a newsletter is more likely to have one or two topics and only advertisements to the place providing the newsletter.
They are both delivered by email - though newsletters tend to be more graphical in nature (at least in my own experience), whereas the ezine is just straight text with 80 characters per line.
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