Company Introduces New Twist to Writing Letters to the Editor

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RSS recently introduced a new website that allows people to send letters to editors across the world via the Internet. In addition to submitting letters to the editor of the publication of one's choice, allows the writer to publish his or her letter on the site itself and comment on other people's contributions. Thus, even with unpublished letters, an individual can still be confident that the opinion expressed will be visible for others to view and consider. Eventually, hopes its site will become a one-stop place for people who want to share their viewpoints and opinions or articulate their feelings and comment on events of local, national or international importance.

With this new concept for submitting letters to the editor, seeks to bring out a whole new generation of writers. The company points out that people often do not send their opinions to newspapers because they think their thoughts will not show up in print. Through this site, however, users will have a place where their voices can be heard. The company sees this service as a win – win proposition for everyone involved. Newspapers stand to benefit by receiving more feedback from readers, and the readers benefit by having access to a platform where they share their views with others in a forum. lets users reach the editors of English language newspapers across the world. Currently, the site provides access to editors from 5,000 newspapers and magazines around the globe, and there are plans to expand the current list of publications and perhaps even include publications in other languages besides English.

Writers who wish to express viewpoints through simply have to choose the country and then the newspaper or magazine where they want to send their letter. Unlike a single newspaper site, provides a comprehensive bibliography of publications for readers to select from, making it simple for writers to contact publications of their choice. A free, online service, currently has no membership requirement to send letters or post comments on existing letters.


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