In the previous “Create your semi-pro HTML newsletter” article, we’ve seen how to use an HTML template to create and send newsletters. We also seen that, sometimes, it doesn’t render nicely.
This article is going to give you directions that should correct this.
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We’ve already seen how to create a PDF newsletter and how to create a HTML newsletter from within Thunderbird. Both methods work but neither are, nowadays, used in the professional world.
First of all, the PDF method is destination independent but requires some PDF generator and provides the user with a mail saying “here’s the information”. The second method is closest to the “Web 2.0” user experience. But the native editor we used is quite complicated to use and generated moderate sexy outputs.
In the article, I’ll detail how to achieve semi-pro newsletter such as the one you get from on-line vendors.
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We’ve recently seen how to create your personal PDF newsletter. It is quite a nice way of dealing with newsletter. However, you may wish to send e-mail containing the newsletter rather than email with an attaches.
In this article, I’ll show you how to produce the newsletter straight from your e-mail client. Because I’m an Open Source software believer, I’ll show you how to do it using Mozilla Thunderbird. Other mail client should work but, this time, you’re on your own.
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You lead an association, a virtual shop or are a semi-professional performer and want to advertise about what you did and will do? What about sending a newsletter to your users and prospects.
This article will be part of a short series that should briefly explain you how to create a simple newsletter. In this first writing, we’ll create a PDF file, using common desktop tools, that may be attached to an e-mail.
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