How to Add Links in Benchmark
You can add different types of links to your email and direct your subscribers to your webpage, a survey, or even share a video link! Here you will learn the links Benchmark accepts and how to add these to your email. Note: Each process will begin in the Design step of your email creation. You can add the following types of links to your email: Web Address (URL) Email Address
What Are Responsive Emails?
Responsive emails are designed to adapt to all the devices they are viewed on by rearranging all texts, images, and blocks. Benchmark offers easy to use tools to help you create your own responsive emails. Resulting in more opens and clicks on your email campaign. Approximately 55% of all emails are now opened on mobile devices rather than computers. The big difference between viewing an email on a traditional desktop
Templates & Editor December 21, 2020
Does Benchmark Email provide responsive templates?
Absolutely yes! Benchmark does provide responsive templates for your emails. Any emails you create in the Drag & Drop Editor will be responsive and will adapt to all mobile devices. Whether you create the email from scratch or choose a template with the Drag & Drop Editor you’ll have a responsive email, barring any content that may break the email. Click Here to learn about Responsive Emails. If you have
Templates & Editor June 25, 2019
Test Email and Limitations
To send a test email: Click on Email from the left navigation, and then Emails again. Then, click on Create New Email or open a Draft or Incomplete email. Complete the first 2 steps. You’ll then reach the Editor step. Select a template to use, and begin editing. Once you are ready hover over the Test button and select the Send Test Email option. You’ll see a popup where
Merge Tags Available in Benchmark Email
You can personalize or customize your Benchmark Email campaigns through the use of merge tags. The following categories of tags are available to show you how you can personalize your email campaigns. Before getting started, please be aware that modifying the codes given below could break. HTML can be easy to use; however, the HTML code must be exact for it to render correctly. For example, when using quotation marks
Templates & Editor November 9, 2020
Using Emojis in the Subject Line
Add emojis in your emails subject line and engage with your subscribers in a different and more inviting approach. Benchmark provides the right tools to increase your open rate by implementing websafe and mobile friendly emojis as your email marketing strategy! You can grab your emojis, or you can use the emojis provided by Benchmark. The emojis provided are hosted through Emojipedia, and not all recipients will see the same
How do I integrate eBay with Benchmark?
Due to recent API changes, our eBay integration is currently unavailable. Instead, we recommend uploading your eBay contacts through an .XLS, .XLSX, .CSV or .TXT file. For steps on how to upload contacts, click here. You can bring more attention to your items for sale on eBay by promoting one or multiple items with the Benchmark Email eBay Template Integration. This integration is available free with every Benchmark account. To
How to Create an Email Using a Benchmark Email Template
Create an email using a Benchmark template that best fits your needs, or you can upload your HTML code to use your own template. To create an email using one of our templates: Log in to your Benchmark account. On the Dashboard menu, click the Emails tab and select Emails. Click the Create New Email button in the header section. Select Regular Email type and click Next. Choose the Drag
Top 12 Features From the Classic Editor & How to Do Them With Our Drag and Drop Editor
First things first, the Classic Editor does not create responsive emails. Period. Our Drag and Drop Editor does. Aside from being responsive, you can accomplish the same things you were able to in the Classic Editor. Following are the top 12 things done in the Classic Editor and how to do them in the Drag and Drop Editor. 1. Adding Blocks Adding blocks in the Drag and Drop Editor is
Why isn’t my email rendering correctly in my Gmail mobile app?
Gmail has a feature that automatically resizes your email as it is received on your mobile device. This feature can sometimes cut off parts of the email, like the one on the right. Unfortunately, this is not a setting on the sender’s side. We can’t do much about it, as it is a feature of Gmail. However, recipients can resize their email back to it’s original size if it is
Templates & Editor September 4, 2019