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Up and Running with Constant Contact
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Up and Running with Constant Contact

with John Arnold

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Hi, I'm John Arnold, and welcome to up and running with Constant Contact.

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Up and Running with Constant Contact
1h 4m Appropriate for all Mar 10, 2014

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Discover how to use Constant Contact's email-marketing solution to design smart-looking emails and send them to just the right audience. John Arnold shows you how to set up a Constant Contact account and start adding and updating lists and contacts. Then he guides you through creating your first email with the built-in templates and adding your own design elements. Finally, you'll learn how to schedule your first email mailing—and cancel scheduled emails before they're sent.

Topics include:
  • Creating an account
  • Setting up your organization's information
  • Setting up authentication and opt in settings
  • Adding and updating lists
  • Selecting an email template
  • Adding images, text, and links
  • Scheduling and sending email
Subjects:
Email Marketing Marketing Small Business Marketing
Software:
Constant Contact
Author:
John Arnold

Welcome

Hi, I'm John Arnold, and welcome to up and running with Constant Contact. This course introduces you to Constant Contact's email marketing solution, and shows you tips for sending awesome emails. I'll start by showing you how to set up a new Constant Contact account, and how to configure your account with all of the powerful features you need. Then I'll show you how to create a variety of e-mail lists, and upload your contacts, so you can send targeted e-mails to different groups of people. Finally, I'll walk you through the steps to designing a great looking and effective e-mail, and sending your e-mail to your contacts.

I'll also show you some e-mail marketing tips along the way. So, let's begin, and get up and running with Constant Contact.

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