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Why and How to Use the Constant Contact PreHeader Feature

Recently, Constant Contact introduced a new preheader feature which allows you to add text in a field, just below the subjectline, which appears in some email inboxes. WHY to use the new preheader feature: I have always been a fan of the long subjectline. I know that many email ‘experts’
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How to make a NEW Contact List from an Old List in Constant Contact – Tutorial

How to make a NEW Contact List from an Old List in Constant Contact – Tutorial

I often suggest that you SEGMENT your mailing list so that you send your info only to the people that are most interested.  Sometimes, this is a subset of a list you already have.  The quickest way to make the new list is to copy the names you need from
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Adding Personalization to your Constant Contact Mailings – Tutorial

Adding Personalization to your Constant Contact Mailings – Tutorial

Recently, a client wrote: “I would like to add the recipients name to the subject line and body of my next Constant Contact mailing – can you please help me with this?” Unfortunately, Constant Contact does not have a way to personalize the subject line.   But yes, you can add
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Mobile Friendly Email Marketing Template Tips

Do you own a smartphone? Do you use it to check your email? Do you own an ipad, kindle or other tablet? Do you use it to check your email?

Automated Scheduling with HootSuite

Social Media Scheduling Tools – Tips and Best Practices

Technology can be extremely useful when it comes to monitoring and maintaining your social media communities. Social media scheduling tools like Hootsuite, Social Oomph and Buffer can also help by allowing you to input a large number of posts all at once, which you can then schedule to be delivered
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Responsive Web Design – What It Is and Why You Need It

Did you know that: By the end of 2013, there will be more mobile devices on Earth than people. (1) 56% of American adults are now smartphone owners. (2) 28% of Internet usage comes from a mobile phone. (3)

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