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Getting Started with Email Marketing: Step‐by‐Step Email Marketing Best Practices ‐ How It's Done by the Pros
Presented by Ken Countess, Managing Director
This powerful, interactive workshop saves time and increases productivity by allowing quick and easy mastery of the entire Constant Contact Email Marketing system.
We will do live demonstrations, geared for beginners of email marketing. More experienced users will find this a helpful review, a way to sharpen your skills and also an opportunity to ask questions. We’ll provide tips and techniques and guide you through the tools and features of the system.
You’ll learn how to:
• set up account options
• add signup boxes to your website and emails
• load a list
• build a campaign, and
• brand an email to match websites and logos.
We will also go over text editing and how to work with graphics and colors to give your emails a polished, professional look.
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