You seem to already produce a PDF of your newsletter that you add to your website so that people can download and view it. What's wrong with this - PDF it's easy to produce from your print version, it can be viewed on any device and can be emailed as an attachment. What features are you seeking that the PDF doesn't offer?
Thanks for answering so fast!!!, ok, what about the folios and the adobe DPS publishing, is that I want the contest to be more dynamic, but don't know is this tool its going to be too challenging for me, and if its worth the try, I believe, for it to be use you have to create an app??
As you have mentioned, there are a number of other formats. Each has advantages (features) and disadvantages (limitations). You need to be clear about the features your readers will find useful, which device(s) they are using, and how much effort you are prepared to put into learning to produce content in these other formats and the time you'll need to spend repurposing your print versions.
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If your website is www.infomedika.com, you have more pressing issues to deal with.
Your website is heavily dependent on Flash. If people have Flash turned off in their browsers, it won't load at all until the Adobe Flash Player is enabled.
Many mobile devices don't support Flash so you are preventing a large percentage of your potential audience from even viewing your website.
But you now want to double down and create a newsletter on-line version only that you will link to from emails that you send to people.
People on their conventional computers are then subjected to the Flash issue and the people using their phones or other mobile devices are blocked.
You are decreasing your media presence not increasing it.
You also mentioned: so we can send it via email or for online view
Are you thinking of something that can be placed completely within an email message so that people don't need to go online to view your website.
There are a wide variety of email programs and most have options that restrict the viewing of HTML, images, etc.
Something like Constant Contact might be useful but I'll let you do the research on this.
Your other website: www.infomedika.net only shows "Under Construction. Check back SOON!"
Apparently this website went online in 2009 and now 6 years later it still isn't up and running.
Your www,infomedika.com has a link for English that leads to this static site.
Google shows www.infomedika.net in search results but again go to this static site.
What is the point of having this online? If it isn't being updated, take it off-line until you are ready to show something of value.
At the very least have a link from www.infomedika.net to your current www.infomedika.com
Thanks for your observations, we are developing a new HTML website,( in the middle of it).
The english site, with the static image as you mention, was up and running up until last year, we are working on a new bilingual site. thanks for your input!
Thank you Derek very helpful your answer!