25 Most Awesome and Popular Email Newsletter Templates

March 7th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Graphics, Resources, Various

Never underestimate the power of good marketing! For those that market their business and send out information via email, a good and customizable template will make a huge difference. By spending a few dollars on a well made template you will look a lot more professional and have a bigger chance of success.

Some of us can make templates on our own, while others have either too little time or lack the skills.

Either way, having a look at some templates and spending those dollars can definitely be worth it!

Be aware that most of these have different layouts and color schemes available.

Here are our picks of 25 of the most popular email newsletter templates from ThemeForest.


Fresh Newsletter




Versatile 2

Modern business 3 light

Corporate newsletter template v1


Corporate communication 2

Cielo newsletter


Modern business 4


Rich typography






Corporate communication 1

Company newsletter



Atlantica mail

Modern business 3 dark

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New vs. Existing Client – Who’s the important one?

June 29th, 2010 | 8 Comments | Posted in Various

As if running your business wasn’t hard enough before, there will always be some challenges and questions around the choices of new vs existing clients. Who should you spend the most time and money on?

Picture by Colin Adamson

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Guide to Buying Traffic

August 14th, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Increasing Traffic

While many niches depend on PPC search traffic, there’s a wide group of sites that benifit from bought traffic from individual sites. Often times you can get very high quality traffic that converts very well from niches that tend to deal in a more direct site to site type traffic deal, rather than 3rd party ad networks.

This guide is mostly to be used when buying traffic from forums, from individual websites, and from “plug” type packages, yet there are many things that transfer over to more traditional PPC outlets. Without further ado, on to the guide:

1. Know what they are sending. Get 3rd party tracking software and use it. I use LinkFacts.com. I’m sure there’s TONS more. The great thing is, this tracks in real time and tracks BEFORE ANYTHING LOADS… It also tells me uniques vs. raw and countries that traffic is from.

I use this to track links FROM my sites for most larger campaigns (mostly just to check my system numbers and give a 3rd party view of what happened if there’s problems). Often times you will find that it’s not the traffic, rather it’s the way you track it. Continue reading “Guide to Buying Traffic” »

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