newsletter templates

Newsletter Templates that will improve your marketing strategy:

Any marketer will tell you that newsletters are one of the best tools to keep a continuous and professional relationship with your users/subscribers. Here are some of the best ways for you to keep in touch and announce the latest discounts and news!

1. Individual E-mail Templates

They are super cool if you want to stay away from the traditional built in emails. We refer to the “built in e-mail templates” as those which are provided by marketing platforms such as MailChimp or E-mail Octopus and many more.

However, taking into consideration that you want to create a real impact, it is only natural you will try to build your own e-mail. Therefore, here you have some beautiful collections of free or paid e-mail templates you can choose from:

a. Really Good E-mails 2.0

This website is the heaven of marketers and designers. RGE provides some of the best designs for newsletters and the choices are truly endless. There is anything you can’t find there/ Just create a free account and you’re good to go.

All you have to do is choose the template you like and click on “View Code” button. Then, with a bit of imagination and some coding knowledge, you can create the newsletter of your dreams! See below a newsletter we have created in 30 min using RGE platform and go check their website!

While Envato’s Market, ThemeForest, is a paid deal, you can find some of the best newsletter and e-mail templates! Moreover, being such a big platform, there is no chance you won’t find a specific theme (li.e wedding newsletter).

We love ThemeForest, not only because we sell our mobile products there, but because there are tons of modern and useful tools for your business. Dive in and check the collections of newsletter templates here.

c. Canva

Canva is one of the absolute best platform for online design. It is even better to use it if you are a beginner because it provides both free and paid templates for almost anything you can think of starting from Facebook Posts, Ads, Instagram posts, Stories, Gifs, Graphs and many more.

Therefore, newsletter templates are no strangers on Canva. This can serve for inspiration purposes, or if you want to have them in a printed format. Due to the “online design” nature of the website, you can only save or share the final product in an image format. This means you cannot touch individual buttons of pictures in the design. It behaves like a regular photo.

This can be a good thing if your campaign permits, however, we highly recommend having individual clickable elements in the newsletter, not only a huge picture with all the information in it.

    2. Built in Templates

If you already own a business and you have set up your marketing strategy, a provider for sending newsletters is already on your list.

It is important to know that they have their own e-mail templates you can start playing with. Some are free, some can be included only in their paid plans. However, they are probably the best way to start in the marketing world. The reason is simple: you don’t have to know how to code.

The majority of these providers (such as MailChimp or Email Octopus) have a “drag and drop” system for creating newsletters. The procedure is super easy and super fast!

However, keep in mind that for the free version of these services, the possibilities are limited. For example, in MailChimp, you cannot create a 1:3 Column form free, but you can benefit from other themes and layouts they provide.


Did you like our choices? Let us know which newsletter provider is your favourite and suggest us other incredible e-mail templates you use!