One way to number a weekly newsletter is to use the date of issue as the number. For example, issue #1 would be 1, issue #2 would be 2, and so on.
Alternatively, you could use the issue’s contents as the number. For example, if the newsletter includes articles on “How to Write a Winning Grant Proposal” and “Creating a Powerful Business Plan,” issue #2 would have the numbers 2 and 3 printed on it respectively. .
If you’re numbering your newsletters according to when they are released, it’s important to keep track of which week has which number. If for some reason you release your newsletter on a different week than it’s originally scheduled for, make sure to update the numbering so that readers know what week they are reading the latest edition of your newsletter.
Conclusion: Numbered newsletters are an efficient way to keep your readers up-to-date on your latest news and offerings. Make sure to numbering your newsletters according to when they are released, and update the numbering if you change their release date.