You created a great campaign and have set up all of your links correctly. But what happens next? How can you easily follow up with those contacts who showed interest by clicking a link in your email? This is possible with our new Click Segmentation feature available in our third-generation editor. Read on to find out more!
Here at Constant Contact, we are an industry leader in email delivery. This is no accident. Our Terms and Conditions are designed to ensure the best possible delivery rate for all of our customers.
That being said, it’s expected (read: absolutely normal) that most email campaigns will have some level of bounces. Knowing the cause and reasons behind these bounces can help you as a marketer to ensure you are mailing to the cleanest, most engaged list that you can. First, I covered Non-Existent and Suspended bounces, then Undeliverable and Blocked bounces; today I will be going over the remaining categories: Mailbox Full, Vacation/Auto-Reply, and Other.
This is a common question we get from our customers here at Constant Contact. Although you can't make edits to an email with a status of Sent, there is still a way to make the changes necessary and send out the corrected information to your contacts. Here we'll show you how to make these updates.
Links help drive engagement from your campaigns. The most common use is to have your audience navigate to your webpage and see all that your company has to offer, like a service or a product. When formatted properly, links can help tell the story of your mission and create a path for your campaign audience to follow your Call to Action and get them to your website!
Here at Constant Contact, we are an industry leader in email delivery.This is no accident.All of our Terms and Conditions are designed to ensure the best possible delivery rate.That being said, it’s expected that most email campaigns will have some level of bounces.Knowing the cause and reasons behind these bounces can help you as a marketer to ensure you are mailing to the cleanest, most engaged list that you can.Last month, I spoke about Non-Existent and Suspended Bounces, in this post I will be detailing Undeliverable and Blocked bounce types.