There is a way to do this without having to pay an extra $5 a month to use Constant Contact's Archive feature! 
Here are some basic instructions using MS Word.

  • Open the email newsletter (from within your email system).
  • Select everything/all (CTRL + A).
  • Copy (CTRL + C)
  • Then open MS Word.
  • Then do a Paste (CTRL + V).
  • Then manually delete some of the header and footer information from the email and newsletter that you don't need.
  • Adjust margins if you have to.
  • Then SAVE the Word document.

If you have Typepad….

  • Upload the Word file to your file manager (Control Panel, Files…click the Browse button to find the Word document and then Upload).
  • Then when you see the file listed on the left, right-click on it and select Copy Shortcut from the menu that appears. 
  • Create a Links Typelist (a new Typelist with the title Newsletters for example).
  • Then you will see where you can Paste in the URL path.  And then give the link a name/label such as June 2009.
  • Save and Publish the Typelist.

If you are using Blogger…..

  • Create a Google Docs account (it's free and uses the same Blogger acct info,
  • Upload the file.
  • Publish the file and select/copy the LINK provided when you publish it.
  • Go to Layout, Page Elements, and Add a Gadget.
  • Create a Links list called Newsletters or Newsletter Archives.
  • For Title/Name of the link maybe April 2009, and then paste the LINK you copied from Google Docs.
  • Save the gadget.
  • Drag and drop where you want it on the sidebar.

Have fun!

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