What I would suggest is that you export your contacts into a CSV file and add a Custom Field column to the file. In that column, add a coupon code for each of your contacts. Once added, upload that file and update your contacts with that coupon code.
When creating the email edit your coupon block and on the left, click Contact Details. Add the Custom Field that contains the coupon code.
Sample text for your coupon could read "20% off your next order when using Coupon Code: 123345. Coupon is valid in store, via our website and email or over the phone.
We have a lot of templates which include Coupon blocks at the bottom, some them include: "Retail Pack - Retail Newsletter", "Promotions - Modern" and "Newsletters - Business and Technology"
I hope this helps,
my contact database includes fields containing the name and email address for the sales rep who handles that particular contact. there are several different sales reps, therefore different contact records contain different names & email addresses in those fields.
within my email, i wish to close with:
<sales rep name> (no problem there)
<sales rep email> ---> here's the problem. i want to use the variable field containing the sales rep email address, and have it be an active "mailto:" hyperlink. is is possible to accomplish this, with the hyperlink url being a variable field?
any assistance much appreciated.
I was wondering if you could provide a little more information as to what you're trying to do.
Do you have your sales reps as verified addresses that each send out emails from your account on their behalf?
all our sales rep email addresses are verified on our account. we do not however send any emails with an individual sales rep as the official sender or the reply to recipient...instead we use a generic address as the sender. the goal is to continue to send a single email to all the appropriate contacts at once, regardless of the sales rep handling them, but to incorporate their specific sales rep's name & email address in the content of the email. the only difficulty lies in making that email address an active hyperlink.
Unfortunately, there is not a way to send a single email and have that email automatically populate with a sales rep's individual email address. All contacts sent that email would receive the same email with the same email address in the content of the email.
If you wanted each sales rep's email address to appear for their specific clients, you would want to segment your lists so that each sales rep had their own list. In each list would be that sales rep's contacts.
Once the lists have been segmented, you would create an email and then make a copy of that email for each of the sales rep's list.
You would then have two methods for adding the sales rep's email address to the email:
You could manually edit each of the copied emails and manually insert a sales rep's email address into a copy by:
1-Typing in the email address into the block
2-Highlighting the email address
3-On the left, click the Link icon.
4-Under Link Type, select "Email"
5-Enter in the email address and click Insert Link
The other method is to add a custom field for each contact which contained that contact's sales rep's email address. You can have up to 15 custom fields. An Example would be:
Custom Field 1-Sales Rep A
Custom Field 2-Sales Rep B
Custom Field 4-Sales Rep C
Once the custom fields are populated, you would then add them to each copied email by:
1-Editing the block
2-On the left, clicking Contact Details
3-Select Custom Text 1-15 for each email
When adding as a custom field, the addresses would not be clickable. However, most email clients will automatically make the email address a clickable link when received by the contact.
I hope this helps,
Yes, one of the best features about Constant Contact is being able to personalize your emails. I would suggest you read FAQ 1346, 3052, or 3575 for further explanation.
To access the FAQ section, simply log in and then click on the "Help" at the very top of the page.
Just wondering if it was possible to edit the subject of an email??
So instead of saying 'Generic Newsletter' it says '[name] blah blah blah'. Can we also pull contact info and put it into the main body of the email, not just the subject?
This would be greatly helpful as it would personalise the emails to a much higher extent, and get noticed a LOT more.
PS: Sorry if this has already been asked, i just couldn't find anything on it and as i'm very new this seems to be the best place to find information.
We advise against using a contact's name in your subject line because that is a tactic you will often see in unsolicited mail. . We do allow you to add contact details to the body of your email. To do so:
I hope this helps!
Thanks heaps for that Jarrad, works a treat!
Just one question though, what would show up if the field is empty?
Say there name field was empty (for whatever reason) what'd it say?