A New Look for CommPRO’s Daily Email


Michael Shuler, Executive Editor, CommPRODear CommPRO Community,

As you may have noticed, we recently made significant changes and upgrades to the navigation and appearance of our website. Now we are happy to announce the new look and feel of our newsletter. We have re-organized the display and have trimmed the amount of content in each issue and are putting an emphasis on contributed articles submitted by the CommPRO community’s many talented professionals working in these communications business sectors – corporate communications, financial communications, investor relations, marketing and digital media.

If you haven’t submitted an article for publication on CommPRO.biz and for inclusion on our newsletter, we encourage you to do so. The CommPRO Daily e-letter reaches more than 100,000 subscribers, and our news is distributed on major apps including Apple News, News360 and Feedly and through RSS aggregators including Blogdigger, FeedAge, FeedBurner and FeedListing. This distribution ensures your content will reach a broad and engaged audience. We are happy to consider blog/Linkedin posts for re-publication on CommPRO, as well. Simply email your submissions to editor@commpro.biz and include a brief bio and a jpeg file headshot.

We are proud to note that 2017 marks the beginning of our seventh year. We are so grateful for your continued support. Our community is what makes CommPRO work. This year is shaping up to be another one full of growth and evolution. We hope the same is true for you in both your professional and personal endeavors.

Please feel free to send us feedback on the new website and newsletter designs, articles, events and/or anything else you would like to make us aware of, so that we can keep improving what we provide to you. Thank you, again, for your involvement with CommPRO. We look forward to continuing to provide you with focused, relevant content, engaging live and online events and a platform for your continued professional development.


Executive Editor

1 Comment

  1. Michael:

    Wish you hadn’t dropped the curated content. I get lots of newsletters, but yours has been the best because of the balance between the contributed articles and your editor’s eclectic choices of curated pieces. Very sorry you came to the conclusion to drop the curation.

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