"Learn more" and "read more" links

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FirstNameL86763
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I'm creating our email newsletter, and am intrigued with the "learn more" or "read more" option. In trying to make my email newsletter less of a chore to read, and to allow contacts the option to read a fuller story, I'd like to use a read more button.  So what would be the best way to do this if a story doesn't already exist?  I was thinking maybe creating a "landing page" which could expand on the story, and then link the "read more" button to that landing page.  Does that seem right?  If so, is there a way to return the reader back to the email newsletter?

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Amanda_G
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Hi @FirstNameL86763 , 

 

Absolutely! A custom landing page would be a great way to direct readers to the rest of an article using a Read More button. I often see people using a PDF to insert a document link as a Read More button as well. 

 

Both of these would open a new window, so at this time the reader would need to close that window to be able to return to the newsletter.

 


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FirstNameL86763
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I'm creating our email newsletter, and am intrigued with the "learn more" or "read more" option. In trying to make my email newsletter less of a chore to read, and to allow contacts the option to read a fuller story, I'd like to use a read more button.  So what would be the best way to do this if a story doesn't already exist?  I was thinking maybe creating a "landing page" which could expand on the story, and then link the "read more" button to that landing page.  Does that seem right?  If so, is there a way to return the reader back to the email newsletter?  Thank you.

Amanda_G
Employee

Hi @FirstNameL86763 , 

 

Absolutely! A custom landing page would be a great way to direct readers to the rest of an article using a Read More button. I often see people using a PDF to insert a document link as a Read More button as well. 

 

Both of these would open a new window, so at this time the reader would need to close that window to be able to return to the newsletter.

 


Amanda G.
Community & Social Care
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You're not alone on your email marketing journey. Connect with a Marketing Advisor to see how they can help you develop the right strategy for your business and get the most out of your Constant Contact experience.
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