The Best Fonts for Newsletters and Blog Posts to Attract Visitors

Whether your favorite font is suitable for newsletter published by your company or blog posts and articles on your blog, You will find the answer here. It may be Arial, Verdana, Georgia, Times New Roman, Comic Sans MS, Calibri or MS Sans-serif.

You can check out the below examples of some best fonts available for newsletters or blog posts which will express your emotions attached with the post or newsletter with proper impact and feel. The pictorial representation attached in this post will let you understand the look of the particular font.

First of all, have a look at the favorite fonts for Blog posts or newsletter content section. Arial (14) is the leading font family for this area. Have a look at the pictorial presentation of each font on the same text “Internet Techies”,

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Now have a look at the best suitable fonts for Headers on Newsletters or Blog posts. Headers should make a good amount of impact on the visitors eyes and the below mentioned fonts does the same in a very decent way.

Georgia – Size: 36

Georgia_36_header_font  Properties: Very Smooth and decent font with a nice amount of Impact.

Calibri – Size: 38

Calibri_38_header_font

Properties: Very soothing effect on eyes and a nice amount of glare as well. But less impact.

MS Sans Serif – Size: 36

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Properties: Not as smooth as Calibri. Less spacing between letters and a relative size is bigger. Very Similar to Calibri.

Verdana – Size: 36

Verdana_36_header_font

Properties: very artistic and nice looking font. I think most used font for blog posts header or in other impact areas on websites.

Arial – Size: 36

Arial_36_header_font

Properties: Good amount of impact and visibility. Letters are a little bit compressed compared to Sans Serif that’s why having nice impact on white background.

Most of the computers have these fonts as part of Microsoft Office suite, so if you are using these fonts on your website or blog then no need to worry about the availability of them.

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.
  • does every system support these fonts ?? i use Calibri MT421 but many system don’t support it

  • But Verdana must die and Comic Sans is a joke.

    Helvetica is the best sans-serif.

  • Sanjeev

    @Abhishek – I think systems with Office 2007 support calibri and in coming days most of the people will upgrade their machine with 2007. hope for good one and use font-family options in your CSS so that people can shift to other available fonts.

  • Sanjeev

    @David – I checked your article on “Verdana must die”, yes it takes extra space but still people prefer to use it because of the clarity. and comic sense is for those who love to have a cool looking newsletter with a little bit different feeling.

  • The style of writing is very familiar . Did you write guest posts for other blogs?

  • LnddMiles

    The best information i have found exactly here. Keep going Thank you

  • When will stop it..hopefully never.Thanks for sharing.

  • Thanks for sharing, but still im looking for the right font for my blog header, thanks anyway.