Thursday, 19 September 2013

Win a limited edition print of our Guide to CSS in Email

Look sharp with our Retina-ready editor update | Gmail's new tabbed inbox - should we be worried? | Are you one word short of an effective subject line? | Get marked as a safe sender with these simple instructions | Will web fonts work in your newsletters? | "We’re deep in the relationship marketing era" - Sam Sexton |
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September 2013 NEWSLETTER 
Win a free limited edition poster

Our Guide to CSS Support in Email has received a huge update! To mark the occasion, we're giving away 1,000 limited edition posters. Get yours now


Look sharp with our Retina-ready editor update

Adding high-resolution images to your email newsletters is easier than ever, following our editor update. Simply upload an image that's up to twice the width and leave us to do the rest. In short - sharp images on Retina displays, less template coding for you.


Staying true to type in our email design gallery

Typography is the key to this month's email designs. From stately serifs to creative kerning, we've got the word on web type. Don't forget to check out our guide to font stacks, too!

Novation Zehno Aqua Restaurant Interworld Plastics AnCnoc Whisky
Folio Proper Labs Dropify Lebowitz Board & Lodgings


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




Gmail's new tabbed inbox - should we be worried?

Now that the results are rolling in from campaigns opened in Gmail's new inbox, is there cause for concern? To find out if the "Promotions" tab is really the threat to email marketers that it has been made out to be, read on.


Are you one word short of an effective subject line?

Coming up with a strong opener to your email campaign can be often as difficult as creating the content itself. However, thanks to research from our friends at Adestra, we've identified which words can give your newsletters a helpful boost.


Get marked as a safe sender with these simple instructions

Getting whitelisted in Apple Mail, Outlook and more doesn't have to be a messy task, thanks to our whitelist instructions. Here's a quick guide on why you should get known to your subscribers, plus walkthroughs for the most popular email clients.


Will web fonts work in your newsletters?

Angling to use typography in a way that's consistent with brand guidelines, but don't want to reply on using images? We've wrapped up which email clients support web fonts, where you can source them and how to select a fine fallback. Definitely one for the type geeks!


"We’re deep in the relationship marketing era" - Sam Sexton

This month, our Community Champion spotlight is focused squarely on forums regular Sam Sexton. From making the most of being a "failed web designer", to developing trust with your subscribers, his professional story is sure to resonate with many emailers.





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