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Please help with this beautiful newletter

Good evening,

I got this email from Our Sunday Visitor. I like it a lot but don't know how they do it so beautiful. Can someone tell me how they do it? Sorry, i don't have a lot of experience but am willing to learn.

Thank you, Lucy

From the editorial staff of OSV Newsweekly 
IN THE HEADLINES OF THE DECEMBER 18 ISSUE

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How free are clergy to discuss politics from pulpit?

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CathyD93
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Re: Please help with this beautiful newletter

Hi! This is Cathy from Our Sunday Visitor. Thank you for the compliment!

Our enewsletter was designed specially for us; we do not use a Constant Contact template for it. (Although we do use the templates for many other emails.)

Thanks again!

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ChurchAtl
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Re: Please help with this beautiful newletter

Thank you Cathy ! You do a GREAT job! Coudl you please tell me what program do you use to do your enewsletter? I work at a Church and woudl like to learn how to do these beautiful ecommunications? Is it Illustrator? Photoshop? Thank you for any advice you can give me. God bless you, Lucy

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CathyD93
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Re: Please help with this beautiful newletter

The enewsletter is created in Dreamweaver (graphics are done in Photoshop) and we copy the code to Constant Contact.

Thanks for your interest!

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clevin
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Registered: ‎02-25-2010

Re: Please help with this beautiful newletter

Hi -

Where do you find the code to copy to CC?

It seems more effective and easier to create newsletters in another program and then upload to CC, as CC templates don't offer flexibility for customization. Does anyone agree?

 

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CathyD93
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Re: Please help with this beautiful newletter

We had an outside designer create the email design and provide us with the 'template' code.