Working from this generally outline, you can then break down the overall content into smaller articles that are easily digestible by readers. These can then fit into the various boxes and subheadings of the newsletter templates, for an attractive visual layout. It's recommended to break this information down into even smaller bits and pieces, including the use of bullet points and smaller boxes of facts and figures. Graphical information is helpful for business newsletters or the illustration of sales figures. These are just a few of the ways to show your message in an appealing way, which is helped along with the use of the templates.
If you work in a Human Resources/Personnel department at a large corporation, or work for a small agency that sells temporary labor or executive search services, then you're in the business of evaluating personnel needs and pitching people and their skills. You may need to convince your boss or a new client of the need to create one or more new job positions, or persuade the boss or client to fill existing positions with personnel you recommend. Perhaps you are persuasive enough to do that with a phone call or casual conversation in the hallway, but odds are better that you will need to write a proposal to pitch your ideas and persuade the client or upper management.