Its a great new year and we are launching our brand new email marketing application. Its been fully revamped from ground up with great built-in features. Its going through updates almost every single day and we are taking in the feedback you are giving and putting it in practical terms. We hope you’ll enjoy the
We are currently upgrading our ESP System and therefore not taking in any new customers at this stage. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by such move. We will have a fully fledged and much stable application in the coming year (February, 2012). – Email It Team!
This is a tutorial series – ‘sending a campaign‘. Once you have finished adding a mailing list on your account, the next obvious step is to add new subscribers. Now there are two ways you can add subscribers. If you are just start off and want to send a couple of test campaigns, you can
THIS IS AN OLD VERSION OF EMAIL IT AND IS NOT IN USE ANYMORE. PLEASE READ THE MORE UPDATED VERSION HERE. This is from the tutorial series, ‘sending an email campaign‘. Once you have logged into our control panel with the username and password you’ve received at the time of signing up, you should follow
From today, we are going to blog about how to send an email campaign. It covers everything from setting up your mailing list to sending the campaign to your mailing lists. 1) Creating a Mailing List 2) Adding a Subscriber to the Mailing List Please bookmark this blog post as it will be updated each
20th May 2011 – 10:00 AM (NZST) We have been notified of a problem in our sign up forms. The problem is with DNS not being propagated properly after a recent change. We are working on this problem and we will update you once it has been fixed. This DIDNOT affect the control panel or
Split Testing – Find out which of your email campaigns performs the best based on open rates and click rates with split testing. You can even run a split test on a small portion of your list and send the winning email to the rest of your list automatically after a predefined period of time!
Don’t get accused of spamming — always, and I mean always use a double opt-in confirmation process. Double opt-in means that after your visitor initially enters their email address to subscribe to your list, you should then send them a “confirmation” email. This email should contain a special link back to your email marketing
Diving headlong into the world of email marketing creative is tough if you don’t have all the lingo down. Here’s a handy cheat sheet for those who are still polishing their grasp on the glossaries, and a brush up on definitions and best practices for those who already know their stuff: 1. The Preheader These