Your Newsletter Name

"Your newsletter description here"
Date — Issue #

Start with a welcome message here and motivate your readers to read this issue. Be yourself and let the REAL you shines through your words. They will appreciate your being yourself with their trust.

Here's an example...

Dear [Reader's Name],

I have some exciting news for you!

I've been getting a lot of emails from [Your Newsletter Name] readers asking me to write a detailed article on how to boost their Google AdSense revenue.

So today I decided to share some killer tips and techniques I personally use. When I first implemented them, my AdSense earnings doubled.

Hope you use them and enjoy an increase in your income, too!

Until next week...

Best wishes,
Ladan
 

  In This Issue:
  •  Feature Article: [Article Headline]
  •  Recommended Resources
  •  Quote of the Week
  •  Contact the Editor
  •  Your Subscription Info
     
 1. Feature Article: [Article Headline Goes Here]

Start your article here. Here's an example...

Would you like to have a newsletter with barely satisfied subscribers who take a look at each issue and then remove it, or loyal readers who can't wait to get your next issue? A truly successful newsletter doesn't have just a bunch of subscribers, but "raving fans" who have a strong relationship with you, the publisher.

But how can you have such a winning newsletter?

1. Quality Content

It doesn't matter for your readers how professional your newsletter template is, or how long the articles are. They want "Quality Content". Period.

After all, the reason why they joined your newsletter in the first place was because you made a promise to provide them with certain valuable information.

So each time you sit down to write your next issue, remind yourself what your readers expect to learn. What did you promise them? What benefits did you offer when compelling them to sign up?

Make sure you keep these answers in mind all the time when writing articles, making recommendations, and even placing ads in your newsletter. Make sure you deliver what you've promised. This is the key to keeping your readers happy, and winning new subscribers through word-of-the-mouth.

2. Let Your Readers See the Real You

Which of the following newsletters would you like to read the most?

1. A faceless newsletter like it was written by a faceless writer

or...

2. A newsletter with a personality that shines through its every word. You feel as if you know the writer and feel close to them.

I don't think anyone in the world prefers the first one. Do you? When we read an article, all of us like to know the characteristics of the writer and create a picture of them in our mind. All my favorite newsletters show what type of person has written them.

Tell your readers a little bit about yourself. The best place to share this information is "Editor's Notes" section. Tell them what makes you happy, and what makes you upset or sad. If you publish your newsletter in HTML format, you should definitely consider placing your photo at the top of each issue.

Let your readers see who you really are. Let your personality shine through your newsletter!

Final Thoughts

More and more newsletters are being published every hour about everything you can think of. It means many options for for readers, and many competitors for you. Your competitors are just 2 clicks away: One click on YOUR newsletter un-subscription link, and the other on THEIR newsletter sign up button.

So publish a highly informative newsletter providing quality content and let your readers know the REAL you. Now you can relax because yo know your readers will not even "look" at the competition.
 

 2. Recommended Resources

In each issue, recommend some helpful resources. If your readers try them and find them useful, they will look forward to receiving your next issue to discover more great resources.
 

 3. Quote of the Week

Place a beautiful quote here. Here's an example...

"Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace and gratitude."

- Denis Waitley
 

 4. Contact the Editor

Copyright © [Year] by [Your Company Name] - All Rights Reserved.

Editor: [Your Name], [Your Company Name]
[Your Email Address]

[Your Snail Mail Address]
[Your Phone #]

Visit us online at:
http://www.YourDomain1.com/
http://www.YourDomain2.com/
 

 5. Your Subscription Info

Our records indicate you subscribed to this newsletter on [Subscription Date].

If you're NOT a subscriber and someone else has sent you this newsletter, you can visit the following URL to join us and get your own copy each week...
[Subscription URL]

To remove yourself from this newsletter, click here:
[Un-Subscription URL]

 

Thank you for downloading this template! If you'd like me to customize the look and feel of this template, please feel free to contact me at:
Ladan@FreeNewsletterIdeas.com

NOTE: You may use this template for your own newsletter for FREE as long as you let the following linking text remain at the bottom of your newsletter...