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My page embedded in CC

I've been using CC for a good while now, I thought I had seen a way to embed your own webpage in a CC email. There are some products and what not I'd like to share with my customer list, but making flyers and adding in links gets tedious. Any ides?

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CTCT Employee

Re: My page embedded in CC

Hi @FirstNameL977765,

 

Thanks for reaching out in the Community for your question! Unfortunately, there isn't a way to fully embed your website into an email. We don't have the capability to pull in a webpage and auto generate content from that page in blocks in the email. However, a work-around that a colleague and myself came up with was to take screenshots of your page, and put them into Constant Contact as images. That way, you will have the look and feel of your page, right there in your email! You can even link the images to go back to the page of your choice on your website!

 

Hopefully this helped, and if you have any questions about how to take screenshots and upload them, here is a handy FAQ that may help. You can always give us a shout here, as well these other platforms, if you need more assistance.

 

 

Gwendolyn B
Customer Engagement Specialist
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Re: My page embedded in CC

That answers my question, thanks. I actually have done the screenshot thing in the past, it looked very "cheap". Not sure why CC doesn't do this, you can do it with HTML based email....well looks like I'll be moving on, thanks for your help.  

CTCT Employee

Re: My page embedded in CC

Hi @FirstNameL977765!

 

Sorry about the inconvenience. One feature I do want to point out is our Custom Code editor. You are able to build your email from the ground up using HTML/XHTML. The only downsides are that you don't start from a pre-built template, and it does require extensive knowledge of the code language. Maybe this will help! Thanks for reaching out, and don't hesitate to ask if you have further questions.

 

 

Gwendolyn B
Customer Engagement Specialist
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