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Layout Question Please Help!!!

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Layout Question Please Help!!!

After creating my newsletter and sending a test copy to myself, everything looks fine. However, when I send the same exact version to my bosses, some of the fonts change, are not centered, and it looks horrible!! How do I make sure that the newsletter that I create will stay the same when I send it to my contacts????

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Re: Layout Question Please Help!!!

Welcome to the challenges of email marketing.  There is NEVER a guarantee that what you create here will look the same in all email clients.  You will have to test your creation in as many different email clients as you can get your hands on. I have no fewer than 10 different test platforms not counting mobile.


The good news is after a few test cycles you will feel better about any differences and be able to exclude items that may cause problems or work around them.


The first step here is to identify the differences between your testing client and your bosses.  If you are using the CTCT editor I can't think of a reason that you would have issues with fonts though.


How is your boss viewing his email as opposed to what you used to test it?  Do you have any screen captures that you can share?


Tony Schaefer
Constant Contact Solution Provider and SMS Marketing Specialist





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