Ridgefield, WA (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
The reason that audiologists and hearing aid dispensers send out patient newsletters is to educate and inform, but also to keep their name and brand top of mind when a former patient, friend or family member is shopping for a new hearing aid. In order to be effective, the design of the newsletter needs to stand out from other mail so that the recipient immediately notices it. The new Gazette newsletter template from http://AudiologyNewsletters.com is designed to be noticed.
Gazette is an audiology and hearing aid newsletter template based on bold geometric designs. The template is 4 pages in full color and has slots for 6 articles of 200 to 240 words each. A playful image accompanies each article to draw the reader's attention. The articles are intentionally short and use bold and italic text strategically to make them easy to browse. The bottom half of the final page is reserved for attaching a mailing label and postage.
The Gazette template is available in 4 standard color schemes titled Tropical, Prairie, Victorian and Sea and Sand. Each color scheme is based on a palette of eight colors including light and dark hues. The result is an audiology newsletter that is eye-catching and distinctive.
The AUDIOLOGIST.CO designers are very excited about the launch of Gazette and look forward to helping local audiologists get noticed with a unique and compelling hearing aid newsletter. Complimentary samples can be obtained at http://audiologynewsletters.com/pr-samples.
About Audiology Newsletters
Audiology Newsletters is a monthly newsletter service offering print and digital patient newsletters written specifically for audiologists and hearing care practices. Newsletters are available in multiple designs and colors and are customized for each practice.
AUDIOLOGIST.CO provides local audiologists with ideas, services, content and tools to grow their practices. Many of the resources and tutorials are available for free via the company's Facebook Fan Page, Pinterest account and YouTube channel.