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Why you should be careful when using humour in a newsletter (04 Jun 13)

Subtle plays on words make us feel good - however in writing a newsletter they should be avoided at all costs

Subtle plays on words make us feel good and if you were writing the Parliamentary Sketch in The Times they may even be appreciated by your readers.

However in writing a newsletter they should be avoided at all costs

If one person does not ‘get it’ – your piece is a failure

Jokes, especially those in bad taste are even more dangerous..

I tell a rude j…

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