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Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Citysearch.com Weekly Newsletter
I am currently an assistant editor at Citysearch.com and one of my duties is writing a short column every so often in our weekly newsletter. In general, the newsletter highlights new restaurant/shop/bar openings in the city, celebrity favorite hangouts, and also features a Top 10 Hot List of things to do over the weekend. We also feature super users (those who write a lot of reviews on the site), so if you want to have your photo and favorite SF places in our newsletter, start writing reviews and let me know so I can feature you! In case anyone is interested in receiving the newsletter, I wanted share how to get on the distribution list. Here's how:
1) Go to www.sanfrancisco.citysearch.com
2) At the top right corner, you'll see "New to Citysearch? Sign up." Click on it.
3) Create your account
4) On the next page, it'll ask if you want the weekly newsletter. Say yes and select Bay Area.
5) Voila! You should be good to receive a newsletter every Thursday.
Thanks for your support. And FYI, if you sign up and read the newsletter consistently, it helps our open rate, which we must report to the powers above every week.