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Add a Logo for a Branded Feel

CTCT Employee

Are you looking to have a more company branded email template? Maybe you have an email template created but it just seems to be lacking something? Have you considered adding your company logo to your email? It’s really easy and adds that branded feel to a normal email!

 

There are a few ways to add a logo to your email. You can either upload the logo from your computer to your Constant Contact library, or you can just grab the URL from your website! I’m going to show you how to do both.

 

  •          Let’s start with uploading your logo to your Constant Contact library. First, edit the block where you’d like to add the logo.

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This will pop up an insert image overlay. You’ll be looking for 5.png in the upper right hand corner.

 

  • This will bring up another window where you can drag and drop photos or browse your computer to upload. This time, we’ll be browsing our computer to upload.
  • Browse your computer, find the image and choose “Upload Files” in the lower right.

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Now your logo is in your Constant Contact library! You can hit “I’m done” in the same lower right corner.

 

Now you will be viewing your library where the first image should be your logo.

 

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There are few options you can do from this screen:

 

  1. Here will let you insert your logo as is.
  2. This is where you can insert the Image URL as I stated earlier. To get the URL for your logo, visit your website and right click (Mac users will use Command + Click) on the logo. You should then be able to choose “Copy Image URL” or “Copy Image Location” then you paste the URL into the box provided and hit preview and then insert. *Please keep in mind that if you move or delete the logo from the website that the URL will no longer be active and you will see a broken image in place of the logo.
  3. This is where you can customize your image, change the size, etc.

For now, we’ll hit “Insert”

 

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Now your email has that branded feel to it! Take it to the next level by using your color scheme throughout the entire email. By matching the colors you will start to notice how much more universal and cohesive your email will look. Another neat thing you can do with your logo is make it a clickable link, check out this great FAQ to find out how to do that. 

Melissa_M

Hi everyone. My name is Melissa and I started working at Constant Contact in 2012. I am currently interning with the Community and Social Support team. I am all about going out of my way for customers and I hope that I can pass some of my knowledge about Constant Contact to you. :)

10 Comments
Moderator

Hi @PamB387

 

That's a great question! I can definitely understand how helpful it would be to customize your image like this. However at this time our image editor does not offer a tool like this. Because of this I would suggest editing this image on your computer before uploading it into your Library. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Occasional Participant

Thank you for your response, Frankie! 

Another question along the same lines (kinda): I'd like to be able to add an image in the middle of my text box sometimes. For example; I have a paragraph that points out my quick ship item, but the quick ship item is midway down the paragraph. I'd like to be able to situate the quick ship logo in the middle (vertically) of the paragraph instead of only the top or only the bottom. 

Is there a way to do this?

 

Thank you!

CTCT Employee

Hello @PamB387,

 

Currently there isn't a way to move the image down to the middle of a section, and still have the text wrap around above and below it.  You could place the image to the right of the section, and use a spacer-block to center it, or you could create a new text-block part-way through the article, so that the 'top' of that section is actually just the start of the paragraph, rather than the top of the entire article.  Those are the only workaround I know of currently for you.  I hope that helps!

Occasional Participant

That definitely helps, Aaron! Thanks so much for the suggestion!

Moderator

You're welcome @PamB387

 

Please let us know if you have any other questions as you work in your account. We are always happy to help!