Join John Arnold for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Up and Running with Constant Contact.
Before watching this course, you should be aware that Constant Contact is a software as a service solution. That means you don't need to install anything to your computer. All of Constant Contact's powerful features are accessed through your web browser. This also means that Constant Contact updates product features and functionality, on an ongoing basis. So after this course is recorded, any updates Constant Contact makes may cause your Constant Contact instance to look a bit different from the one I'm using today. We'll keep this course updated from time to time to keep up with any major changes released by Constant Contact.
You should also be somewhat familiar with email marketing basics. For tips and best practices, check out my E-mail Marketing Basics course right here on linda.com
- 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 an Effective Content Strategy for Your Websitewith Janine Warner1h 54m Appropriate for all
Building an Integrated Online Marketing Planwith Matt Bailey3h 7m Intermediate
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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