Your footer. It’s easily the most neglected portion of your message. It is usually just where all the “boring” parts of your message go - the legal jargon, your contact info, and so on. But if your reader gets down that far, it means that they’ve read your entire message. So, congratulations. Though it might seem unlikely, your email footer can easily be ruined (just like the title, header, and any other section of an email).
Myself and the GetResponse team are back at HQ, and I wanted to take out a little time between connecting with all the great new people we met to let you know how it went for us.
It’s time to introduce you the newest GetResponse webinar! In this session, we’ll focus on the popular and profitable GetResponse Partner Program, and share basic knowledge on how and why it’s worthwhile to join, especially in a tough economy.
Ad:tech opens its doors tomorrow and GetResponse Team members are working hard on final preparations at Booth #1930. Take a look!
The design of a captivating newsletter is not easy, and has rules of its own, which I’ve already discussed a while ago here: (header and preheader). Now it’s time to get to the point of each HTML message, e.g. the true email “meat” that includes: the main call-to-action (CTA), and the cornerstone content that generates high conversion. Read more
November may not be the greatest month of the year, but we’re here to cheer you up with a nice desktop wallpaper when November rain sets in.
In developing GetResponse we’re constantly looking for ways to improve the tool. This time we decided to take a closer look at the GetResponse main panel interface to make it more functional and user-friendly.
While the witch’s brew is boiling, the GetResponse team has been busy preparing a real treat for you. Wicked new newsletter and web form templates are waiting to help you with your Halloween specials. And no tricks attached!