Using an image is as the main body for your e-mail is a bad idea for many reasons. As you discovered, text is hard to read, even blurry It is not adjustable to different screen sizes, I.E. phones - most people read e-mails on the phone first Spam filters filter out e-mails where the image to text ratio is too big You cannot link to "more content" from within the image, guiding readers to your website where they will hopefully spend a lot of time with your awesome content The content should be available on your website too, to show visitors the great content you have to offer. Search engines cannot index images. Therefore, great content is lost to them. So while it seems to be a big pain to create the content in text, it is really in your best interest. Just because one program doesn't stop you from doing "dumb" things, means that it is better.
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Your e-mail contains a lot of useful information but I agree with others that i would split it in several newsletters. Here are some other observations: I would probably make the images in the right hand bar a notch smaller so that more text appears next to the image It seems that the large images from FAQ and Contact us are breaking the design I clicked on the "contact us" link and your contact page contains images that are not uploaded to a secure area. While that is not a really security issue, you may confuse visitors because a security warning bar appears at the bottom of the page alerting visitors to the fact that not all content is secure. Basically, all images need to be linked with "https". Talk to your web designer for help with this.
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