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Free Newsletter Templates
Here are some free newsletter templates I
created in plain text and HTML format. You can also get
free PDF newsletter design samples to use with your email broadcast service or autoresponder.
You can download these
free email newsletter templates and use them as your own newsletter examples. You can also edit them and make any changes you want to them to customize the templates for yourself.
You can use the templates below for the following purposes:
- Business newsletter templates
- Classroom newsletter templates
- Christmas newsletter templates
- Church newsletter templates
- Family newsletter design templates
- And more newsletter examples.
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Section Ideas to Include
in Your Newsletter Design
A good newsletter template is not
only consisted of a good design, but also good sections
to make your newsletter interesting.
I spend a lot of time studying successful newsletters and
collected a list of section ideas for my own newsletter.
Then I thought the list would be helpful to other people
who want to start their own newsletter too. So I decided
to share it with you. Here they are...
1. Table of Contents: If your newsletter
is consisted of more than 3 sections, a table of contents
is a must. It gives your newsletter a professional look
2. Editor's Notes: This is the best place
to let your personality shine. Share your personal opinions,
views, memories, and feelings here to establish a strong
relationship with your readers.
3. Feature Article: This is the main part
of your newsletter so focus of the quality of content you
4. Guest Article: This is an optional
section. You may post another informative article by another
5. Google AdSense: If you publish an HTML
newsletter, you can easily make money by placing AdSense
ads in each issue. The best place for the ads would be in
your article because it will be the most read section of
your newsletter and you'll get the highest click-through
Just remember, it's against AdSense policies to place ads
in a newsletter you're sending via email. So you can only
place the ads on issues archived on your website.
So when looking for free email newsletter templates, it's good to check if they contain a special section for AdSense ads.
6. Ask the Editor: Offer your subscribers
an email address or an online form to submit their questions.
You can choose the most common questions, answer them in
an article, and publish it in your future issues. You'll
get awesome article ideas this way. It will also make your
newsletter interactive which creates loyal readers.
7. Review a Helpful Product: People love
an "honest" review about a helpful product that
will save them time, money, or energy.
8. Quote of the Day: According to Wordtracker,
over 17500 people search for the word "quotes"
every day. People love quotes and words of wisdom. Quotes
inspire and motivate people to enjoy their life and reach
their dreams. So adding a quote to your every issue will
add a little spice to it.
9. Joke of the Day: People are usually
tired from daily chores and hard work, so they will embrace
any fun break you give to their mind and soul. Did you know
that over 48500 people search for the word "jokes"
10. Recommended Resources:
You might know some helpful resources that your subscribers
will benefit from. Share a couple of useful resources in
every issue. Your readers will appreciate your kindness
with their trust and loyalty.
11. Reader's Feedback: If you provide
quality content in your newsletter, you will always receive
great feedbacks from your happy readers. You can publish
one of them in every issue. Your subscribers' unconscious
mind will think, "If everyone likes it, it must be
good. So I like it too."
12. Survey of the Week/Month: Looking
for ideas to improve your newsletter? Why don't you ask
your own readers? They are the ones who know it the best.
And they will be happy to share their opinions and suggestions
with you. So simply ask!
13. Contact the Editor: To win your subscribers'
trust, you should show them you're a real person. Someone
just them whom they can reach by email and phone. Providing
your email address, phone number, and even your snail mail
address is a very effective way to gain their trust.
14. Unsubscribe Information: This is
one of the most essential parts of your newsletter. Your
subscribers have the right to unsubscribe from your newsletter
whenever they want. And what's more, if they are not interested
in reading your ezine anymore, what's the use of sending
it to them? They won't read it in any case.
15. How to Subscribe: Not all of the
people who read your newsletter are your current subscribers.
Many of them may have received it from their friends. They
may like it and want to subscribe. So you'll gain many new
subscribers without doing any additional work. So why not
provide a link or autoresponder address to subscribe easily
in every issue?
Would you like to discover more helpful tips and ideas to create your own successful newsletter? Check out this easy guide to find out more!
As an important final tip, I'd to emphasize the importance of using a professional, reader-friendly template for your newsletter, because your newsletter design can make or break your newsletter success.
After all, would YOU like to read a amateur-looking newsletter?
Even if you read it, how much will you trust what the person is saying?
That's why you might want to get a professional easy-to-use template example instead of low-quality or even medium-quality free ones.
So every time you send out your newsletter, you'll have the peace of mind that your design will attract your readers to read it - instead of turning them off or worst making them leave your list.
Here are some easy-to-use, professional newsletter templates that I personally recommend.
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