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Coming events.

* Cocktail reception for newsletter professionals at the National Press Club, October 17, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Joel Whitaker of Whitaker Newsletters Inc. is on the NPC membership committee, which might explain the Club's reaching out to newsletter professionals.

The invitation reads: "How do you combine exclusive access to jobs, freelance coaching and career-building tools with a place to network, a library full of resources, professional development training, and the best bar in town?

"Come find out about the benefits of National Press Club membership at a cocktail reception for newsletter professionals.

"Complimentary appetizers and cocktails will be served while you meet with NPC members and your fellow newsletter professionals."

Joel says that initiation fees are waived during October.

R.S.V.P. to Sarah Driggs, director of membership recruitment, NPC, 202-662-7511 or sdriggs@press.org.

* Best-selling author, expert copywriter, and noted business consultant Ted Nicholas is hosting Success Expo 2006 Seminar and Trade Show, October 28-30, at the Omni Mandalay Hotel in Irving, Texas.

"No matter what business you're in (or hope to start), Success Expo will give you the opportunities to learn ... How To Make The Maximum Amount Of Money In The Minimum Amount Of Time From 17 Of The World's Top Cash-Flow Money Making Experts As They Reveal Their BEST Secrets!" (His caps.)

To see a master copywriter and motivator at work, visit www.instantcashmarketing.com/success.html. Sixteen pages of compelling text and photos describe the 17 "Celebrity Speakers" and the eye-popping titles of their sessions, plus what you'll learn on how to Start Your Own Business, Turn Your Business "into an endless stream of new profits," and Out-Market your competitors.

Plus luscious descriptions and photos of the Mandalay Hotel in Las Colinas on the Mandalay Canal. Plus "My 100%, Ironclad, No Hassle, Money-Back Guarantee!"

* "Taming the eCommerce Frontier: E-mail, SEM & Steer Wrestling," Specialized Information Publishers Association's mid-year marketing conference, Dec. 6-8, 2006, Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas.

Sessions include: successful new e-mail marketing strategies; e-zine secrets that drive open rates; new directions in search engine optimization; the new rules of design and site navigation; and how to capitalize on a maturing blogosphere.

SIPA, 8201 Greensboro Drive, #300, McLean, VA 22102, 703-610-0260, fax 703-610-9005.
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