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3 tips for your newsletter design

Postby Ladan Lashkari » Thu Jan 18, 2007 2:41 pm

Your newsletter design is very important because it will have a big effect on how your readers will feel about your newsletter.

If your newsletter has a professional and also easy to read look and feel, your readers will like it and also feel more trust about doing business with you.

On the other hand, if your newsletter has a poor design and is confusing, it will hurt your credibility and will make you lose your subscribers over time.

You know how many newsletters have a cluttered, too confusing, and not-so-good design.

Well, as someone who has been publishing several newsletters in the past 4 years and has quite a bit of experience about it, I decided to share 3 tips with you to help you find a great-looking design for your newsletter easily...

Tip #1: Learn from Other People's Newsletter Designs

There are many professional newsletters on the Internet that gives you a great opportunity to learn from their layout to create a better design for your own newsletter.

You can simply take a look at your favorite ezines and newsletters that you read regularly.

Tip #2: Get Inspired by Free Newsletter Templates

You can find good free newsletter templates in some websites. You'll find many of these templates professional and stylish, so they are perfect to help you get ideas for your own newsletter template.

Not to mention you can easily use them for your own newsletter for absolutely free. You can even make any changes to them that you wish to make them fit your audience better.

Using a professional, ready-made template will save you a lot of time because you won't have to learn HTML coding yourself.

Tip #3: Get Ideas from Website Designs

Yes, that's right. Why limit yourself to getting ideas only from newsletter designs when there are millions of good website designs that will also look fantastic as a newsletter design?

After all, website templates are much easier to find so you can get good ideas much more easily.

OK, there you have it! I hope it helps you find good ideas for your newsletter design more easily.

I'd love to hear your comments about these tips.

Also if you have any questions, feel free to ask them here.

Wish you the best of luck on creating your newsletter,

~ Ladan
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Postby smarty » Thu Feb 26, 2009 6:19 pm

That was good tips to follow.
I generally just don't reply to thanks for a post, but this post made me to do so.
Great tips, iI will definitely implement them.
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