Email Design

  • How to Use Animated GIFs in Your Emails

    … was that the GIFs were often distracting. Webpages were awash with dancing babies, flashing police lights, and waving flags, none of which had anything to do with the webpage itself. Additionally, the GIF image format had both limited color depth and a large file size in the non-animated form, and animation just ballooned the size. In the end, animated GIFs…

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  • 5 Signs You Need to Update Your Reusable Email Template

    There’s no doubt about it. Creating a reusable email template saves you time. But do you ever feel like your reusable template is starting to get stale? You want your emails to have a consistent look and feel, but worry your tried-and-true email design is starting to feel tired. Don’t throw out your template just yet.

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  • How to Keep Your Subscribers Updated, Without Overwhelming Them

    … day weekend package: 2. Don’t overburden your messages (or you readers) When it comes time to send out a new email, Sean focuses on clean design and fresh content. Sean uses a mobile-responsive, single-column email template, so his readers can see his message clearly, wherever there viewing from. His emails often start with a beautiful photo…

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  • How to Rock a Tired Email Design

    … Tired of sending the same old email design? You want to mix things up. But kicking out the jams risks confusing your email contacts when they just recognize your brand. Instead, follow the beat of the hottest rock acts to keep your email design fresh while retaining your brand essence. What is the rock star approach to email design? Think about…

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  • When Should You Switch Up Your Email Template?

    …: Here’s a brief refresher on how to create a reusable template. That being said, there will be times when switching it up a bit is beneficial for the message you’re sending. Before you ditch your reusable template… Don’t forget about the seven essential elements of email design. You still want to incorporate your brand colors, logo, website URL…

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  • How to Create an Email in Record Time

    …? — Message Body What should they do next? — Call to action By using a master template for your email design and an easy formula to help you write your content, you’ll get your email out the door faster than ever before. Like what you read? There’s more to come! Join us for our upcoming webinar: Create Better Emails in Less Time for the full…

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  • Create Original Images for Your Emails with Artworktool

    … artwork will be saved in your Constant Contact Image Library in a web-ready format, exactly suited for your email campaigns. It also saves an editable version, so if you want to come back later and re-use your graphic for a different campaign, all you need to do is edit your original design. Use Artworktool for any design In addition…

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  • Look Great in the Inbox for Nonprofits

    … First impressions matter for nonprofits. Especially in the inbox. Your readers are making decisions on whether or not to open and interact with your email, and if it doesn’t look appealing, they could delete your message. Make your audience sit up and take notice with great email design. This webinar will review the 7 Don’ts of Email Design…

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  • How to Use the Right Images in Your Email Design

    … We’ve all heard that a picture is worth a thousand words. But could it be worth a thousand dollars? Well, that depends on the images you choose to include in your emails. Using the right images in your email design will command attention, inspire action, and drive sales for your business. Let’s look at how you can use the right images in your…

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  • How to Create a Reusable Email Template

    … not quite. But we are going to show you how to create a reusable, template to use for every email you send from here on out. Oh please, please. Stop. No applause. You can thank us later. Note: In our previous workshops, we showed you how to create time-based promotional emails, as well as non-promotional emails. The design tips we’re going to share…

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