Join John Arnold for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding contacts manually, part of Learning Constant Contact.
…If you want to add one contact at a time, Constant Contact…provides a form to allow you to enter information about a single contact.…Remember that you must have permission to send emails to…the email address that you are typing into the email field.…So, you'll need to check the permission box before Constant Contact will…allow the contact to be added to one or more e-mail lists.…If you're not sure whether you have the right…level of permission, click, How do I get permission?…And read the information on consent and distribution lists.…After you check the box, choose one or more lists,…or you can create a new list for your new contact.…
You can also add tags to help you find and email groups of similar contacts.…I'll give Superman two tags.…If you have any notes about the contact, enter them in the notes field.…If…you have more than one contact, click save, and add another.…If you're finished adding contacts, click Save contact,…and the contact will be added to your database.…
- 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
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Creating a Responsive HTML Emailwith Chris Converse1h 43m Beginner
1. Configuring Your Account
2. Creating Email Lists
3. Creating Your First Email
4. Sending Your First Email
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