Category Archives: HOA Newsletters

Copyright Free Newsletter Articles–Volume 2

These articles are written for residents who live in homeowner and condominium associations and are provided to you as a free benefit of our Board Member Resources area. The content is designed to help those responsible for community newsletters, association websites, bulletin boards and other forms of communication for homeowners.

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Copyright Free Newsletter Articles–Volume 1

These articles are written for residents who live in homeowner and condominium associations and are provided to you as a free benefit of our Board Member Resources area. The content is designed to help those responsible for community newsletters, association websites, bulletin boards and other forms of communication for homeowners.

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Newsletters – Regular, Relational, Readable & Right

Newsletters are an important communications vehicle for communities, but they can be difficult for many neighborhood associations to produce consistently.  Newsletters take time and effort.  When done correctly, however, they can be a wonderful way to keep residents informed and to build a stronger sense of community.  Here are some tips on how to create and use newsletters to their fullest potential.  To be effective newsletters must accomplish the 4 “R’s” – Regular, Relational, Readable & Right.

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Style and Substance

Style and Substance Straight from Common Ground's creative director and editor, here are some quick tips for giving your newsletter form and function. DESIGN KEEP IT SIMPLE, LEGIBLE, AND ORDERLY.  Set up a grid to help you align columns of type and graphics.  A three-column grid is typical for most newsletters.  Set your copy in these columns and...
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