Join John Arnold for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding links to an email, part of Learning Constant Contact.
…Some content blocks in Constant Contact contain…preexisting links that you can edit and change.…But really any text in your email can be transformed into a link.…Let's start by changing some plain text into a link.…To start, click on the block to edit the block.…Then highlight the text you want to turn into a link with your mouse.…Go into the left call and then click on the plus sign next to link.…Then choose the type of link.…You can choose a web address, an email address, or an…anchor that will link to other sections within your email document.…I'm going to turn this into a web address link.…
If you need to change the color of the link you can do it here.…If you know the link URL, you can type it into the URL field.…Or you can navigate to the page on your website where you want to point the link.…I'd like to point this link at my home page, so I'll navigate to…the home page, and the address will be up here in the top bar.…I can highlight it with my mouse and copy,…then paste in the URL where it says link URL.…
- 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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