MEN’S E-NEWS….LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE AND E-NEWSLETTERS!

July 30, 2012
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Men’s E-News has launched our newly designed website (www.mensenews.org). For perhaps the first time, news articles on topics and issues vital to men are in one place. MensENews.org will post current news stories from around the nation on our website daily. MensEnews.org is offering free weekly e-newsletters so you can get your news delivered right to your email. There are four unique e-newsletters to choose from on a wide variety of topics – Fatherhood & Families, Health & Sports, Issues & Perspectives, and Entertainment & Celebs. Choose one or sign up for them all. We have a “News Articles” section on our home page where articles posted on the site are archived. You select the topics of particular interest to you. MensENews.org also has RSS news feeds that can add great value to your website! By placing a RSS Newsfeedon your site you can add new content daily — focusing on men, boys, and families.

MensENews.org has several new services available, a library that includes “Featured Articles” and “Books of Interest”, valuable resources and links, upcoming events, and much more! Contributions of articles and sharing of information are strongly encouraged. If you see a news article that you would like to see posted on the www.MensEnews.org website those should be forwarded to us at info@mensenews.org. If you have an event that you would like to be placed in our online Calendar submit those requests to us editor@mensenews.org for consideration. If you are interested in writing for MensENews.org send your writing samples to editor@mensenews.org.

MensENews.org is a project of Family Reunion, Incorporated, a 501(c)3 tax exempt, nonprofit organization. The mission of MensENews.org is to keep readers apprised of up-to-date news and information in order to help promote the health and well being of men, boys, and their families. We’d love to hear from you! Please submit your comments, ideas, and suggestions.

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