The Newsletter Guy
Got a problem getting your newsletter written?
Welcome to the club. Even professional writers suffer
from brain freeze. If you're responsible for putting out your company
newsletter and are at a loss for words, here are some ideas to get
Training: How do new
people (employees/interns/volunteers) learn on the job? Does your
organization have any interns or apprentices? What training opportunities
does your organization provide to employees/volunteers? What are
the benefits of workshops/courses? What upcoming industry trends
may require training?
Awards: What competitions/awards
are in your industry or field? Who entered and who won? How do these
competitions/awards affect the industry?
Explain in detail each deduction that appears on a paycheck. Which
are required and why, and which are optional?
Department focus: What
are the specific functions of each department in your organization?
Feature one department per article.
Insurance: What kinds
of coverage does your organization offer and at what costs?
What are plans for new products, services, or programs? Provide
updates on progress.
Health: Promote health
awareness with articles on wellness, nutrition, and fitness. What
are some health issues specific to your industry?
New technology: what
upcoming trends will affect your industry or field?
What organizations support your field? What are the membership costs
and who leads the groups? What are the benefits of membership?