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9 Design Tips to Take Your Newsletter from Good to GREAT!

Looking for simple tweaks that can make a big difference in your newsletter design and layout? We’ve compiled nine suggestions from the LPi graphic design team that can improve your newsletter for increased readership!

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Tips for Targeted Email Messaging

In the United States, 90% of citizens aged 15-64 use email, and 84% of citizens 65+. This means that most of your community has email addresses, and they check their email. But what can you do to get them to open your emails? Try targeted email messaging.

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What Is an Email Newsletter and Why Do You Need One?

Have you been thinking of starting an email newsletter for your senior center? It’s a great way to reach your community without spending a lot. Learn more here.

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Take Your Flyer Game Higher

In this blog we outline a few best practices, give you some examples, and share about a template tool that can save you loads of time when it comes to creating the most effective flyers for your events!

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Community Event Spotlight: Hosting a One Little Word Workshop

Since 2006, the One Little Word Project has become a true movement. It’s been adopted by individuals and groups alike. Workshops are a popular way for people to better understand this concept and how to select and stick with their one little word.

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Ideas for Neighborhood Outreach

A neighborhood marketing plan should include ideas for attracting both individuals and families, as well as other businesses and organizations. If you need some ideas for building a thoughtful neighborhood outreach program, we have a few for you to explore.

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Utilizing Different Types of Social Media Posts

Seniors are using email, Google and other search engines, and social media platforms more than ever before. If you are wondering what types of social media posts to use in marketing to older adults, we have a few ideas.

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Ways a Community Center Can Navigate Flu Season

It’s that time of year once again — the season when the influenza virus starts making its rounds infecting people. If you are wondering what your organization can do to help minimize this year’s flu impact, here are a few suggestions.

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Planning Culturally Diverse Winter Holiday Celebrations

For many senior centers, October is a busy planning month. The seasonal celebrations most tend to focus on are Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Hannukah. While these are the most popular, looking beyond them is also important. Here are a few ideas you might want to consider.

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Medicare Tips to Share with Seniors in Your Community

If you would like to help the older adults in your community make the most of Medicare open enrollment this year, share the tips outlined here. You might want to distribute a flyer listing the tips or use them to create daily posts on your social media pages, or both.

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Fundraising Ideas to Get the Local Community Involved

Fundraising events can be a great way to bring visitors to your senior center while also raising money to fund programs and services. The key is to come up with unique fundraisers that appeal to a variety of ages and interests. Here are some tips.

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Tips for Hosting a Monthly Health Series

Now that public gatherings are happening again, the recent interest in wellness might make it an ideal time for your senior center to host a series of health talks. Here are a few factors to consider as you begin planning for a health series.

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