I want to create a link in my email. How do I get the URL for this?
Placing links from websites, blogs or PDFs into your email campaign means that you are referencing the URL or web address for the page where the content is stored. An example of a URL is http://www.benchmarkemail.com/. When your campaign is opened, the URL will direct subscribers to the desired page once the link is clicked. The content needs to already be online before it can have a URL. To get
General questions March 8, 2019
My links are a different color in some email clients. Why is this?
Your link has a different color in different email clients because email clients have their own default settings for links. The default setting kicks in when a link color is not specified in the coding of the email. For example, Gmail will use the colors from their "theme" settings and your links will match the menu links. If you set the color while in Step 4 of the email builder,
Templates & Editor September 6, 2019
When I print my email, the background design and colors do not appear. How do I fix this?
You may need to enable the option to print the background images and colors if they are not automatically printing. Usually this option is turned off by default to conserve printer ink. Depending on the browser you are using, the fonts may appear differently when printed. Follow the steps below that are specific to your web browser: Internet Explorer 7 Internet Explorer 8 Internet Explorer 9 Internet Explorer 10
General questions September 9, 2019