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Quick Tips: Five Minute Layout Fixes

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Quick Tips: Five Minute Layout Fixes

Looking for some ways to pep up your email? These tips take just a few minutes but can make a huge difference in the look of your newsletter!

 

  • Customize Your Greeting – Even if you don’t have first and last names for all of your contacts, taking the time to customize your greeting is a great way to make your email feel more “you.”
  • Table of Contents – Adding a table of contents or using anchor links in your email can help you guide your readers to  the important stuff.
  • Snazzy Links – Keep in mind that you can use whatever text you want as a link. So you don’t always have to stick with “click here”. Be creative, be catchy!

 

Adding that extra little to your emails can make a big difference. And when it doesn’t take a lot of time to do, it’s even sweeter.

Jaime McCall
Knowledge Base Writer
Constant Contact
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Re: Quick Tips: Five Minute Layout Fixes

Hi Jaime,

 

I think everyone should consider adding a Table of Contents block or Anchor Tags to their email as it allows readers to focus on what matters most to them.

 

Thanks for sharing,

Jarrad

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