If you’re looking to get your message to a wide audience, Member365’s Email Campaigns tool is well-suited to the task. Read on to learn how to create a campaign, how to make it effective, and how to review the results of your hard work.
Creating a Campaign
To get started, follow our guide to creating a basic email campaign:
Designing Your Campaign
The Email Campaign Editor is a versatile tool, with numerous options for the layout of your message and the elements you add to it. The options might look overwhelming, but don’t worry — we’ve created a guide on how to use all of the editor’s features:
Saving a Template
Besides the templates we offer you, you can create your own templates so that if you come up with a design you like, you can use it again and again!
Adding Specific Features
You’ve asked us for guidance on how to add a few specific features to your email campaigns, and we’ve delivered! Read on for guides on how to add files, hyperlinks, and clickable buttons to your campaigns.
Ensuring Your Success
Building Mailing Lists
In order to make your email campaigns a success, you’ll want to pick your audience well. Follow our guide to learn how to create and import mailing lists:
Reaching Your Audience
Creating a successful campaign isn’t just about making it pretty or sending it to the right people: making sure that users receive and open the message in the first place is critical.
We’ve created a few guides on maximizing the reach of your email campaigns: read on to learn how to avoid getting your emails flagged as spam, and then how to improve the odds that recipients will open and interact with your messages.
Send to Your Audience
Once you’ve selected your audience, you can see the number of recipients who will receive your email campaign. From there, you can send it to camping immediately, or you can schedule the camping for a later date and time:
Reports and Analytics
Once you’ve sent a campaign, you’ll want to see whether you’ve been successful in reaching your audience. Fortunately, our analytics system makes it easy to see how many users are opening your emails and how many go on to interact with the elements inside: