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Newsletter From Top1

Write a newsletter based on Google Top1 content for a given keyword.

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Prompt: <<Step1>> {{google1}} <<Step2>> Use the received parts to find relevant news about {{topic}} and then compose a long-form newsletter including a subject line, introduction, body paragraph, bullet point list, and a conclusion. Ensure that the newsletter provides a comprehensive overview of the topic, incorporates relevant details, and engages the reader effectively. Please note that the newsletter should not exceed {{how many words}} words. Make sure to use only the given context.


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