How to create and send a newsletter | GetResponse Email Creator

Hello, everyone. In
this GetResponse video, You will learn how to create
and send a newsletter. Stay tuned. Here we are at the dashboard
and now to get to the newsletter Editor. You have two options here. You can click on ”Create
newsletter” on the quick actions Widget, or you can
go to ”Email marketing” That we have here at the top. We will take the long path this
time, and let’s click on it. You’ll be taken to this
page, to ”Newsletters.” And here, You can go straight
to ”Create newsletter.” And if you see
this notification, It means that you
have an older account. So if you don’t see it, do
not worry, you are already Using our newest editor. Make sure you create, you
click on the new email creator, And you’ll be taken
to the settings page. If you came through the quick
actions widget, you would, Arrive directly here. And here we have a
title, and this title Will be just for you. So we will write ”My
first newsletter.” Nobody else will see this title. And then you have
the ”Linked list,” And associated to this list,
you have the footer address, And also the language. And if you want to change
something in the footer, You need to change it in
the settings of the list. Your statistics will also be
associated with this list, So it is very important. Just make sure you select the
correct one. And then, moving on, You have ”From” email address,

This is simply the
sender, and the ”Reply-to.” If your contacts reply
to your newsletter, This is where their
replies will land. And now, moving on
to the subject line, This is one of the
most important parts Of the newsletter. This is what will make
people open your message. Make sure you do
your research here. It should be something
concise, short, and also catchy. We will just give an example
here, just as we go through it. ”My first newsletter,” and then
you have a preview text. This works as an extension
of the subject line, So it would explain what
the newsletter is about. So, ”I’m building…”
just an example. And now let’s jump
into the recipients. So these are the people that
will receive your message. You can click ”Add recipients,”
and you can select the list Here, or you can select
a segment as well, And we will go
there in a second. Just something to clarify, If you have the same contacts
in multiple lists, only Unique recipients count,
meaning that if they Are in multiple lists,
the message will only Be sent once,
which is good news, So no duplicate
messages will be sent, Even though the contact is
present in multiple lists. And now we want to
select a segment, Let’s say ”Webinar attendees,” And you can even
select manually. So you can pick email
by email if you want. So that’s just to exemplify it. Once you do that,
you can also exclude Contacts, a specific list
here, for example, or just A segment of people.

Now, let’s jump into the editor. You will see exactly this
page here, and at the top You can see some options
that you can take. And the first one
here is to simply use One of our templates. We will explore this one
and we will select here The feedback template that
works well on dark mode as well. You can preview and
use the template. Once you reach the editor, Now this is really
simple to work with. You don’t need any code. It is drag and drop. You can simply go
here, drag a text, And then you start
editing here at the top And then on the right, you
will see background colors And other options here. It will work the same way
for any of the things here, You can even drag a video, and
you can just enter the URL. Very simple. No code required. And once you are confident,
you can test here, and then Press ”Next.” We now return to
the settings page, And you can see here
on tracking, we have ”Click tracking” enabled, this Means that we
will be tracking The links inside your
message, so that you Can see in the statistics. And then you have
ecommerce tracking. This is a bit more advanced. I recommend that you read here. There is an FAQ
here so that you Can go through. And
then Google Analytics, This has to do if
you have or not

The integration with
Google Analytics, You can also explore that in our FAQ. Moving on, sharing once you send
this newsletter, if you want, It can be added
to Facebook, can be Shared on Facebook and Twitter. And then now one of the
most important parts Is when will the newsletter be
sent? It can be sent immediately, Or it can be
scheduled for later. If it is sent immediately, you
have two options, either right Now, or if you enable
”Perfect timing,” This means that we will look
into our database and from zero To 23 hours is the time
that this newsletter would Take to be sent. And we will pick the most
optimal time for your contacts To receive the message. So when they are more
likely to open the message, If you don’t wish to do that,
you simply disable this. It can be sent
immediately, as we said, Or you can schedule for later. You can still use ”Perfect
timing” here, or just ”Time travel,” And ”Time travel” is an
interesting one, as If you select 9:35 a.m. This means that when
it’s 9:35 in the United States, these people, they
will receive the message When it’s 9:35 in any
other part of the world, This is when they will
receive the message. So it’s not based on your,
when it’s 9:35 for you, But when it’s 9:35
for them, in their country. So we want to send
immediately the message And let’s just
click ”Send Message.” You will then see
this page here. This is the last page
that you will see And you have 60 seconds if you
want to cancel the sending. If you want to change
anything, and just in case, just

To show you, you can just
go to ”Manage newsletters” And you would click ”Stop
sending,” very simple. You have now no excuses not
to send your newsletter. I hope you found
this video helpful, And I’ll see you
in the next one.

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