Emails are not websites. Emails are "teaser content." If you make that content interesting enough, readers will tap to learn more. That's why email messages need to be brief, focused, and easy to understand in a matter of seconds.
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Don't only use images in your email design! Watch this quick video on how using HTML colors alongside images can solve many of the image rendering issues in your email marketing.
Earlier this week, we looked at clever ways brands are using HTML background colors in email. Today's workshop is about applying what we learned and showing you how to use HTML colors with images and improve your email design.
Readers naturally scroll to the bottom of an email—to the footer—when they're in search of more information. Maximize this space by building a footer that's informative, well organized, clutter-free, and mobile optimized. In today's workshop, we'll show you how.
In the BEE email editor it's very easy to put together a photo collage that changes layout depending on the device that the email is opened with. It's a great way to spruce up all kinds of email campaigns. For more details, see the full workshop on How to create a responsive photo collage for your emails.
A photo collage in email is the perfect way to display stunning images and tell a compelling visual story while avoiding the pitfalls of a single-image email. With great stock photos now easier to get than ever, even free of charge (we particularly like Pexels), you're in the driver's seat.
[post_video_embed url=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/fXavB9ubfOQ”] Did you know you can customize social media icons in your email message? Yes! Watch how to customize […]
Earlier in this week’s Design Inspiration post, we looked at how different brands use social media buttons in email: where they put them, how the color/shape/size is customized, and what purpose they serve (to share or follow).