Friday, 14 September 2012

Create responsive email newsletters in our free template builder

Unlimited sending (and savings) with our new monthly plans | Does the fold matter in this newsletter? | Pay day: More than $12 million in profits paid to designers | Removing the line limits in plain-text email | Taming table cell heights in Outlook 2013 | Let the crowd poke at your responsive design in Plunk |
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September 2012 NEWSLETTER 
Build and export responsive emails with our free template builder

Almost everyone uses a mobile device to read their email. So, are your newsletters as mobile-friendly as your subscribers? Build and export responsive email templates in minutes using our template builder - it's free to use, no account required.


Unlimited sending (and savings) with our new monthly plans

If you're a frequent emailer, our new Unlimited plans now make it possible to send as much as you want. These reseller-friendly plans start from $29/month and include unlimited design and spam tests, plus more. In fact, we've reduced all our monthly rates - see what you'll save.


Our email design gallery - you're invited!

The party came to us this month, with Hot Rum Cow and The Ruby Tap's high-proof email announcements shouting the first round. Then, neo-utility sorted us out for gifts. Finally, theory11 sent us some mighty cool cards, so why not shuffle through our gallery?

Addison Hot Rum Cow The Ruby Tap neo-utility Sass Design
Birdbox Sass Design theory11 ImpulseFlyer theory11


Follow the gallery on Pinterest

Follow us on Pinterest for daily email design inspiration direct from our gallery




Does the fold matter in this newsletter?

Can your choice of content in the preview pane make or break a campaign? Paul Boag fired up the debate this month, stating the importance of visual heirarchy. However, not everyone agrees the fold has merit. We'd love to hear your opinion, so come join our discussion!


Pay day: More than $12 million in profits paid to designers

Wondered what kind of money can be made from offering Campaign Monitor to your clients? How about $12 million? We're humbled and thrilled by what designers have earned since we made it possible to set your own prices, so thank you for helping us reach this milestone.


Removing the line limits in plain-text email

Since we last updated our recommendations for text-only email, a lot has changed. Mobile email usage has been on the up, while legacy email clients are now less of a factor. As a result, we've had to revise how we format our emails; wrapping is now the way forward.


Taming table cell heights in Outlook 2013

If your email newsletters are awash with whitespace in Outlook 2013, it's likely that Outlook's new cell height quirk is to blame. Yes, 2013 comes with its own unique issues - find out how to cut your empty table cells down to size with this unusual workaround.


Let the crowd poke at your responsive design in Plunk

The wildly useful folks at Zurb have taken the legwork out of responsive email testing with Plunk, a free service for crowdsourcing simple tests and reporting on how they're completed. Is that link to your site obvious enough on a small screen? Why not find out?





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