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Please critique my September News

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Please critique my September News

I have been doing this for a few years and have changed things up several times. I mostly want to know if i am sending too much information.   

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Re: Please critique my September News

Hi @KathrynT49897

 

We would love to take a look at this newsletter for you! If you could please provide us with the link to this email, it will allow us to see the newsletter you're asking about.


Frankie P.
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Re: Please critique my September News

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Hi Frankie,

 

Here is the link to the newsletter.

 

Katie

 

 

 

CTCT Employee

Re: Please critique my September News

Hi @KathrynT49897

 

Thanks for responding with the link to your September Newsletter! I took a look at this email and it definitely looks really good. You have a good balance of text, images and links - which is something we always do recommend. If you were looking to make changes to this email there are a few things I would suggest.

 

For instance, have you ever thought about linking a PDF with the class information included in it? Putting a link to the list of classes in your email instead of listing them out can help shorten the length of the email. In fact when it comes to the links in your email, have you ever thought about adding buttons instead of hyperlinked text? Adding a button can help the links stand out more from the rest of the email.

 

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Another suggestion I have is you may want to look into moving your emails to a mobile responsive template. Looking at this email I noticed it's not actually in a mobile responsive template. I would suggest moving your emails into a mobile responsive template for contacts who may not be reading your email on a desktop. 

 

Hope these suggestions were helpful!

 


Frankie P.
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