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Step 1: Figure out your newsletter's goal. ... Step 2: Gather your content. ... Step 3: Design your template. ... Step 4: Set your email newsletter size. ... Step 5: Add in your body content.
Make your newsletter's name an attention grabber. ... Write your newsletter's articles objectively. ... Write to express, not to impress. ... Proofread, proofread, proofread. ... Use front-page articles to draw in readers. ... Use at least one graphic per page.
Produce good content. Make sure your content is engaging and useful. ... Establish branding. Think about how you will create a consistent brand. ... Brevity is the soul of wit. ... Be informative without being too salesy. ... Add photos and graphics. ... Optimize your text formatting. ... Use interactivity in Lucidpress. ... Proofread your newsletter.
Use journalism style of writing. A well-written article will reflect a news-style of writing. ... Do your homework. ... Use Quotes, Facts, & Statistics. ... Writing should be straightforward. ... Keep it short and concise. ... Use images/pictures to support an article. ... Use lively, interesting headlines. ... Pay attention to copyright issues.
Click on the Page Layout Tab and select the Columns Icon. ... Next thing, double click on the Header Section (under View) and add a title. ... Add a rectangle via the Insert Tab > Shapes. ... I chose a blue color and placed the shape behind the text. ... Now add some text. ... Let's add some headers and sub headers.
Launch Word. If Word is already open, click the "File" tab and then click "New." To find a template online from the Microsoft template library, type "newsletter" in the Search field. Select a template and then click the "Create" button.
Select "Computer" and then navigate to the "Custom Office Templates" folder in your Documents folder. Click the "Save As Type" menu and select "Word Template (*. dotx)." Type "Newsletter" in the File Name field and click "OK." Click "Personal" to see your newsletter template.
Start Publisher. In the Publication Types list, click Newsletters. Under Newsletters, click Newer Designs or Classic Designs. Do one of the following: Click the preview image for the newsletter design that you want. ... Choose the options that you want for customizing your design. ... Click Create.
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Open your computer's email application. Click on the New Mail Message, Create Mail or similar wording icon on the program's toolbar. Click inside of the new email message. Click Edit, Paste or right click in the message and select Paste. Your newsletter will appear in the email message.
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