I know that it can be mentally taxing to try to come up with new ideas for articles. After a while you may feel like you've written about every aspect of your subject that you possibly can. Here's some good news__you don't always need to come up with new writing ideas. Sometimes all you need to do is look at your previous articles and go more in depth. Your Homework: Look at your last 5 articles In each article, search for at least one point that you covered that you could cover more in depth in a new article. No matter what your article was about, you should be able to dig a little deeper on every major point you make in your articles. You may even find some minor points that could use elaboration.
Either way, the template you use for your newsletter is very important. Here are 4 free tips about how to create a good newsletter template: Search for Good Templates _ It will be worth it to look around and search for the templates which are proper for your newsletter and its intent. You can find them everywhere. It's a nice way to get some free newsletter template ideas. You should just head to the local library and look at different template designs of other publications and find those which you think is proper for your newsletter. The Nameplate and Masthead _ You must have a nameplate including the name of your publication and the date it is published. You should have a masthead too. Both nameplate and masthead are necessary. Your masthead lets people know the name of the author if your newsletter is personal or it says contact information if it's a company newsletter.