To create a basic newsletter, type up your content using your email account, and use your email editor to format the text and insert photos, emailing it to all of your contacts. For fancier newsletters, use a publishing program to put your materials together and either paste it into an email before sending, or send it to your contacts as an attachment. Publishing programs work very differently from one another, but each program usually has a simple tutorial.
Newsletter templates are also available for you to download, which CNET recommends as a simple solution. Some are free, while others require either a per-use fee or a site subscription. You then write your content directly into the template, guaranteeing the same look and general feel with every newsletter you send. Modify the colors, photos and other adjustable settings in the template, and it is ready to send as soon as you are finished.
Newsletters do not have to be embedded or attached through email. You can also use website or blog building software to format and write a newsletter online. Use your email to send the link for your posted newsletter to your contact list.
If you want to deliver a newsletter the old fashioned way, type it up, print it out with any photos you want and mail or deliver hard copies out to the physical addresses of your readers.