How do I mail specifically to contacts who opened my last email?
You can send an email to the recipients who opened your last email by saving these contacts to their own, separate list. Here's how you do that: Click on the Emails tab. Click on the Email Reports link from the Reports menu. Click on the name of the email you want to use to create the list of email openers. Click on the OPENS button. Click on SAVE TO LIST
Can I remove the Benchmark Email logo from the footer?
Yes, you can remove the Benchmark Email logo from the footer of your email, however, you must contact the Benchmark Email Support Team to do this for you. You can accomplish this by contacting support at 800.430.4095, or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting this feature be removed. If you'd like other ways to contact support, please click on the HELP tab on the site. Note: Only paid clients may
What should I know about the Web version of an email?
The web version of your email is meant for contacts who have trouble viewing your email campaign in their inbox because a) they've turned off the feature that lets them see images and graphics, or b) their email provider does not allow graphics and images to appear in emails. Your Web version of your email is identical to the one you send out. It includes all your graphics, images, links,
How do I add a Webpage version to my emails?
It is advisable to include a webpage version of your campaign so that people who are unable to view images or their email service provider blocks the images will be able to see your email in its entirety. To add a link to webpage version of your email in your campaigns/newsletters, follow these steps: Log into your account and click on the Emails tab. Click the Create New Email link
Is there a way to move the permission reminder to somewhere other than the top of my email?
The permission reminder always appears at the top of your email for a reason – so customers can see it when they open the email or view it in their preview window. For this reason, it cannot be moved from its place in your email header. If you'd like to put in your own permission reminder somewhere else in your email, all you need to do is turn off the
What Is a Permission Reminder and How Do I Add It to My Email?
A permission reminder is an optional message that appears in small print at the bottom of your email. It tells the recipient why they’re receiving the email by stating something along the lines of this: You are receiving this email because you signed up for the monthly garden report newsletter at www.gardens.com. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here. Permission reminders have