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3 Steps To Help Create The Perfect E-Mail Marketing Campaign

E-Mail marketing is one of the founding fathers of online marketing. Used businesses for many years, the key to success is often the ability to create an e-mail that catches the attention immediately and does not get sent straight to the online rubbish bin.

Below we have identified 3 of the key areas to address before any e-mail marketing campaign.

No. 1 – Don’t Hide The Important Information

Whilst this may sound fairly obvious, e-mail marketing should also be concise. People are busy and if they cannot immediately identify the important information contained within the e-mail, there is a very strong chance that they will not take the time to find out what it is.

By ensuring that your customers can easily identify the key areas of interest, you can significantly increase the chances of you generating conversions from your e-mail.

For example, a recent e-mail from Wallbarn was sent out informing their customers that they had the opportunity to access free tickets to the recent Grand Designs Live exhibition.

The screenshot below highlights how this message was portrayed.

No. 2 – Focus On Mobile Optimisation

There is a very strong possibility that your e-mail will be viewed via a mobile or smart device. As such, the e-mail must be optimised for viewing via these devices.

Our advice regarding creating a mobile optimised e-mail as is as follows:

  • Keep the amount of text to a minimum – short snappy messages are the way to go
  • Use clear CTAs (Call to Actions) – don’t make your potential customers guess what you want them to do!
  • One click buttons are user friendly and time saving

No. 3 – Creating A Sense of Urgency

Things that can wait are often forgotten. As such, creating a sense of urgency is a tried and tested way to engage potential customers in your message.

By injecting a sense of urgency (an expiring offer for example) into your subject line, you can take significant steps towards ensuring recipients actually want to see what is contained within the e-mail.

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If you struggle to create interesting and informative content for your email subscribers, contact Footprint Web Design today. We can help to create a comprehensive online marketing campaign for your business which will drive the right people to your website.

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How To Add An E-Mail Signature Using Microsoft Outlook

Adding an e-mail signature to your e-mails can provide the perfect way of ensuring that people have easy access to all of your important contact details.

Microsoft Outlook, one of the most commonly used e-mail clients offers the chance to create and use personalised signatures for all of your e-mail messages. In your signature, you can include text, images, your electronic business card, a logo, or even an image of your handwritten signature should you choose.

Once this has been done, you will be able to set you account to ensure that your new signature is automatically added to all outgoing messages.

Please Note – You also have the option to remove the signature from any e-mail before you send.

How To Add An E-Mail Signature

The video below highlights precisely which steps to follow to add a new signature. If you would like a little more information, please see below for our step by step guide.

Step 1 – Create a new email message.

Step 2 – On the Message tab, in the Include group, choose Signature > Signatures.

Signature command
Step 3 – Under Select signature to edit, choose New, and in the New Signature dialog box, type a name for the signature.
Step 4 – Under Choose default signature, set the following options for your signature:

  • In the E-mail account list, choose an email account to associate with the signature. You can have different signatures for each email account.
  • In the New messages list, choose the signature that you want to be added automatically to all new email messages. If you don’t want to auto sign your new email messages, accept the default option of (none).
  • In the Replies/forwards list, choose the signature that you want to be added automatically (auto sign) when you reply to or forward messages. Otherwise, accept the default option of (none).

Step 5 – Under Edit signature, type or paste (if your signature has been created in Word) your new signature. Then choose OK.

You can change the appearance of any text you add by using the mini formatting toolbar above the text box. You can also add social media icons and links.

Please Note – For more information, please visit Microsoft’s official guide to adding additional information into an e-mail by clicking here.

Adding a Signature Manually To An E-Mail

Should you opt not to insert a signature for all new messages or replies and forwards, you will still have the option to add one manually. Simply follow the steps below:

Step 1 – In your email message, in the Include group on the ribbon, select Signature.

Step 2 – Choose your signature from the fly-out menu that appears.

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The Relevance Of E-Mail Marketing Today

E-mail marketing offers one of the most effective methods of product promotion because it generates the highest return on investments for a company. Today, marketers are under constant pressure to reach more people using less resources. Email provides the easiest and convenient way of sending personalised marketing campaigns while remaining on budget.

1. Larger Reach

While social media avenues like Facebook and Twitter seem to be the most effective medium of reaching the masses, this is not always the case. Currently, Facebook has over 1 Billion users whileThe Relevance Of E-Mail Marketing Today Twitter has over 255 million. In 2013, there were a whopping 3.9 billion email accounts. Today, most of the people logged on to the Internet require an active e-mail address. Suffice to say that when it comes to reaching prospective customers, email is the best channel to use.

2. Email Provides a Targeted Form of Marketing

Placing an advertisement on television, in a periodical, or on radio has no guarantee that the targeted market will see it. Using email, marketers can control who sees the email because they can segment contacts based on demographics, lead status, location, or other data. This method ensures that customers receive content that has been specifically suited to their needs.

3. Increased Brand Awareness

Every email sent exposes customers to your brand and business. With a smart design, targeted content, and strategic planning, the business will steadily build value. Emails stand a better chance of creating impact with customers. This means that when they are in need of your products or services, they will turn to your business to provide value.

4. Emails are Easily Sharable

Emails are easy to share because they have a forward function. Therefore, it is easier to click forward than it is to spend time explaining a product’s television advert. Customers and subscribers share email marketing messages with friends, acquaintances, and other loved ones. This creates brand exposure and credibility.

5. Cost Effective

Cost effectiveness and efficiency is perhaps one of the most appealing advantages of e-mail marketing. There are no print costs, advertising rates, or postage fees. According to figures released by Direct Marketing Association, email marketing returns outperform display, search, and social marketing.

E-mail marketing is a sharable, targeted, credible, and cost-effective tool that is commonly overlooked by many marketers. In order to make the process simple, a company may choose to hire a good marketing advisor. With proper guidance, a strong message, and a strategic approach, any business is assured of numerous benefits from email marketing.

Further Information

Footprint specialise in creating bespoke websites and providing online marketing strategies designed to help take your business to another level. We have been providing SEO Surrey since 1998 and if you’d like to speak to us regarding any of our services, give us a call on 01883 372488 or contact us via Facebook and we’ll be happy to talk you through your options.

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How To Set Up an E-Mail Account on an Apple Mac

This tutorial will help you setup your Mac Mail client with your email settings.

Use the Mail app to send, receive and manage email for all of your email accounts in one location. Simply add the accounts — such as iCloud, Exchange, Google, school, work or other — you want to use in Mail.

Add an email account

  • The first time you open the Mail app  on your Mac, it may prompt you to add an account. Select an account type — if you don’t see your type, select Other Mail Account — then enter your account information.
    The dialogue to choose an email account type, showing iCloud, Exchange, Google, Yahoo, AOL and Other Mail Account.
  • If you already added an email account, you can still add more. In Mail, choose Mail > Add Account, select an account type, then enter your account information. Make sure the Mail tickbox is selected for the account.
  • If you’re using an account on your Mac with other apps, such as Contacts or Messages, you can also use that account with Mail. In Mail, choose Mail > Accounts to open Internet Accounts preferences, select the account on the left, then select the Mail tickbox on the right.

Temporarily stop using an email account

  1. In the Mail app  on your Mac, choose Mail > Accounts.
  2. Select the account, then deselect the Mail tickbox.

    Now the account’s messages are not shown in Mail.

To use the account again with Mail, select the Mail tickbox; the account’s messages are shown again (they don’t need to be downloaded from the server again).

Remove an email account

When you remove an email account from Mail, the account’s messages are deleted and no longer available on your Mac. Copies of messages remain on the account’s mail server and are still available (from webmail, for example).

Important: If you’re unsure whether messages you want to keep are still on the mail server, move or copy them to a mailbox stored on your Mac (the mailbox appears in the On My Mac section in the Mail sidebar) before you delete the account in Mail.

  1. In the Mail app  on your Mac, choose Mail > Preferences, then click Accounts.
  2. Select an account, then click the Remove button .

    Note: If the account is used by other apps on your Mac, you’re asked to remove the account in Internet Accounts System Preferences. Click the button to open Internet Accounts, then deselect the Mail tickbox for the account. To stop using the account in all apps, make sure the account is selected, then click the Remove button .

For older versions, please follow the details below:

Add your email account

If you don’t have an email account set up, Mail prompts you to add your email account. To add another email account, follow these steps:

  1. Open Mail.
  2. Choose Mail > Add account.
  3. Choose your email provider from the list, then click Continue.
  4. Enter your name, email address, and email password, then follow the onscreen instructions.

If necessary, Mail might ask you for additional settings. These can be found below:

Mail settings you might need from your email provider

If Mail asks you to enter email settings manually, you may need to get the account type, mail server address, and other details listed in this article.

Mail automatically uses the correct settings for many email services. That’s why you seldom need more than your email address and password to set up an email account on your Mac or your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. If Mail needs more information, get the settings in this article from your email provider. You can print the article and complete the Setting column with the information you need.
Name of setting     SettingDescription
Full NameChoose your sender name as you would like it to appear in messages that you send. Example: John Appleseed.
Email AddressYour email address for this account, such as appleseed@example.com.
Incoming mail server settings
These settings are for downloading messages (receiving email) from your email provider’s mail server.
Account TypeChoose IMAP*, POP, Exchange IMAP, or Exchange EWS1, as directed by your email provider. If you’re using a Microsoft Exchange account, see the Exchange setup instructions for Mac or iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
DescriptionChoose the name that Mail will use for your account, such as Work, School, or Yahoo.
Incoming Mail Server (host name)The host name of the incoming mail server, such as mail.example.com.
User NameYour user name for this account, such as appleseed. Some email providers want your full email address as your user name.
PasswordThe email password you use to sign in to your account.
PortThe port number used by the incoming mail server. Common port numbers for incoming mail are 143 and 993 for IMAP accounts, and 110 and 995 for POP accounts.
AuthenticationChoose Password, MD5, NTLM, Kerberos, or None, as directed by your email provider.
Use SSL?Does the incoming mail server support SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Layer Security) encryption?
Outgoing mail server (SMTP) settings
These settings are for uploading messages (sending email) to your email provider’s mail server.
Outgoing mail server (SMTP)The host name of the outgoing SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server, such as smtp.example.com.
PortThe port number used by the outgoing mail server. Common port numbers for outgoing mail are 25, 465, and 587.
Use SSL?Does the outgoing mail server support SSL or TLS encryption?
AuthenticationChoose Password, MD5, NTLM, Kerberos, or None, as directed by your email provider. If None, you may need the additional settings below to send email when you’re on a different network, such as from a Wi-Fi hotspot or Internet cafe.
Outgoing mail server (SMTP) settings for when you’re on a different network
Get these off-network settings only if your email provider doesn’t use authentication for outgoing mail.
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)The host name of the outgoing mail server, such as smtp.example.com.
PortThe port number used by the outgoing mail server.
Use SSL?Does the outgoing mail server support SSL or TLS encryption?
AuthenticationChoose Password, MD5, NTLM, Kerberos, or None, as directed by your email provider.

* IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is best if you check email from multiple devices, because your messages are stored with your email provider until you delete them. As long as your devices can connect to your email service, your mailbox stays the same on each device. If you use POP (Post Office Protocol) on more than one device, those changes don’t appear on every device, and new messages delivered to one device may not be delivered to your other devices.

Send and reply

Learn how to compose, reply to, and forward email.

Send new messages

  1. Click New Message the Compose button in the Mail toolbar, or choose File > New Message.
  2. Enter a name, email address, or group name in the “To” field. Mail gives suggestions based on your contacts and messages on your Mac and devices signed into iCloud.1
  3. Enter a subject for your message.
  4. Write your email in the body of the message.
    • To add an attachment, drag an attachment to the body of the message, or choose File > Attach Files, choose an attachment, then click Choose.
    • To change your font and format, use the options at the top of the message window.
  5. Send or save your message:
    • To send, click the Send button or choose Message > Send.
    • To save your message as a draft for later, close the message, then click Save.

Reply and forward

  • To reply to a single person, click Reply the Reply button, type your response, then click Send the Send button.
  • To reply to everyone on a group email, click Reply All the Reply all button, type your response, then click Send the Send button.
  • To forward a message to other people, click Forward the Forward button, type your response, then click Send the Send button.

Add and mark up attachments

Attach documents and files to your messages and use Markup to annotate, add your signature, and more.

Attach a file

There are a number of ways to attach a file to your message:

  • Drag an attachment to the body of the message.
  • Choose File > Attach Files, choose an attachment, then click Choose.

Use Markup with your attachments

You can use Markup to draw and type directly on an attachment, like an image or a PDF document.2

  1. Click Attach Attach button or choose File > Attach Files in the message window.
  2. Choose an attachment, then click Choose File.
  3. Click the menu icon Attachment menu that appears in the upper-right corner of the attachment, then choose Markup. These are some of the markup tools available:
    • Use the Sketch Markup sketch button tool to create freehand drawings.
    • Use the Shapes Markup shapes button tool to add shapes like rectangles, ovals, lines, and arrows.
    • Use the Zoom Zoom markup button tool in the Shapes menu to magnify and call attention to a part of an attachment.
    • Use the Text Text markup button tool to add text.
    • Use the Sign Signature markup button tool to add your signature.
  4. Click Done.

Markup view

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Further Information

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How To Set Up An IMAP E-Mail Account

Whilst many people still use POP3 (Post Office Protocol) as their standard protocol for receiving e-mail, there are many people who may benefit from a switch to IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) protocol.

Before we go into further detail regarding how to set-up and IMAP e-mail account, we will first offer a brief explanation regarding the difference between the two.

What is the Difference Between POP & IMAP?

POP3 works by downloading emails from a server to a single computer, then deleting them from the server. Because any downloaded messages are sent to a single computer or device and then How To Set Up An IMAP E-Mail Accountdeleted from the server, it can appear that mail is missing or disappearing from your Inbox if you try to check your mail from a different computer. For the vast majority of people, this offers the ideal protocol.

IMAP however is ideal if you regularly need to check your emails from multiple devices, such as a work laptop, a home computer, or a tablet, smart phone, or other mobile device. Tap into your synced (updated) account from any device with IMAP because your e-mails are stored on the server and any sent mail also stays on the server so you can see it from any device.

How To Set Up An IMAP Account

Although there are a number of different e-mail clients, we believe that the different versions of Outlook are by far the most common and popular. As such we have drawn up a quick guide to setting up and IMAP account with Outlook 2003 (and older), 2007 & 2010.

Please Note – If you would like to see how to set up a POP3 account, please click here.

Method 1: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and earlier versions of Outlook

  1. Start Outlook.
  2. On the Tools menu, click E-mail Accounts.
  3. Under E-mail Accounts, click Add a new e-mail account, and then click Next.
  4. Click IMAP as the type of account that you are creating, and then click Next.
  5. In the Your Name box, enter your name exactly as you would like it to appear to recipients.
  6. In the E-mail Address box, type your e-mail address.
  7. In the User Name box, type your account name.
  8. In the Password box, type your password.
  9. In the Incoming mail server (IMAP) box, type the name of your IMAP4 server.
  10. In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box, type the name of your SMTP server.NOTE: IMAP4 is a retrieval protocol. You need SMTP to send your messages.
  11. Click Next after you have completed entering this configuration information, and then click Finish.

Method 2: Microsoft Office Outlook 2007

  1. Start Outlook.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Account Settings.
  3. Click New.
  4. Click Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP, and then click Next.
  5. In the Auto Account Setup dialog box, click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box, and then click Next.
  6. Click Internet E-Mail, and then click Next.
  7. In the Server Information section, select IMAP for Account Type.
  8. In the Your Name box, enter your name exactly as you want it to appear to recipients.
  9. In the E-mail Address box, type your e-mail address.
  10. In the User Name box, type your account name.
  11. In the Password box, type your password.
  12. In the Incoming mail server box, type the name of your IMAP4 server.
  13. In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box, type the name of your SMTP server.
    Note IMAP4 is a retrieval protocol. You must have SMTP to send your messages.
  14. Click Next after you have completed entering this configuration information, and then click Finish.

Method 3: Microsoft Office Outlook 2010

  1. Start Outlook.
  2. On the File menu, click Info and click Account Settings.
  3. Select Account Settings from the list.
  4. On the E-mail tab, click New and Select Email Account, and then click Next
  5. Click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box, and then click Next.
  6. Click Internet E-Mail, and then click Next.
  7. In the Server Information section, select IMAP for Account Type.
  8. In the Your Name box, enter your name exactly as you want it to appear to recipients.
  9. In the E-mail Address box, type your e-mail address.
  10. In the User Name box, type your account name.
  11. In the Password box, type your password.
  12. In the Incoming mail server box, type the name of your IMAP4 server.
  13. In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box, type the name of your SMTP server.
    Note IMAP4 is a retrieval protocol. You must have SMTP to send your messages.
  14. Click Next after you have completed entering this configuration information, and then click Finish.

 

How to set up an Internet email account in Outlook 2013 or 2016

Applies toOutlook 2016 Outlook 2013 Outlook for Office 365

Automatically detect and set up Internet mail

Note To complete these steps, you will need to know your email address and password provided by your Internet service provider (ISP).

  1. Start Outlook.
  2. Select the File tab.
  3. In the Info category, select Account Settings > Account Settings in the dropdown.
  4. On the Email tab, select New.
  5. In the Add New Account dialog box, to configure the new email account automatically, configure the following settings in the Email Account section under Auto Account Setup:
    • In the Your Name box, type your full name.
    • In the Email Address box, type your e-mail address.

      Note Your ISP provides this information.

    • In the Password box, type the password that your ISP provided.
    • In the Retype Password box, retype the password, and then click Next to begin the Auto Account Setup process.

      Outlook will then try to automatically configure your account. Some ISPs require the full email address to be entered into the User Name field. If you want Outlook to automatically enter your email password, make sure that the Save this password in your password list check box is selected. If your account is successfully configured, the Add New Email Account dialog box indicates that the account is created successfully.

    • Select Finish > Close.

      Note If the automatic configuration fails, the Auto Account Setup feature tries to connect by using a connection that is not encrypted. If this method also fails, then the account must be configured manually.

Note To complete these steps, you will need to know your email address, password, incoming mail server name, and outgoing mail server name that is provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).

Manually set up Internet email

To configure the Internet email account manually, follow these steps in the Add New Account dialog box:

  1. Select Manual setup or additional server types > Next.
  2. Select POP or IMAP > Next.
  3. Under User Information , configure the following settings:
    • In the Your Name box, type your full name.
    • In the Email Address box, type your full email address.

      Note Your ISP provides this information.

  4. Under Server Information, click the kind of email account that you have in the Account Type box. If you select POP3 or IMAP in the Account Type box, configure the following settings:
    • In the Incoming mail server box, type the name of the server in lowercase letters. The name may be in the form of “mail.contoso.com.” Or, the name may be in the form of an IP address, such as 172.12.0.0.
    • In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) box, type the name of the outgoing email server in lowercase letters. The name may be in the form of “mail.contoso.com.” Or, the name may be in the form of an IP address, such as 172.12.0.0.
  5. Under Logon Information, configure the following settings:
    • In the User Name box, type your user name. The user name is usually the part of your email address to the left of the @ symbol. Some ISPs require the full email address. Therefore, please contact your ISP if this is needed.
    • In the Password box, type the password that your ISP provided.
    • If you want Outlook to remember your email account password, click to select the Remember password check box.
  6. If your ISP requires it, click to select the Require logon by using Secure Password Authentication (SPA) check box to log on by using Secure Password Authentication.
  7. Select Test Account Settings. When you select Test Account Settings, the following process occurs:
    • The connectivity of the system to the Internet is confirmed.
    • You are logged on to the SMTP server.
    • You are logged on to the POP3 server.
    • If the POP3 server must be logged on to first, Outlook automatically sets the Log on to incoming mail server before sending mail option.
    • A test message is sent. This message explains any changes that Outlook made to the initial setup.
  8. Select Next > Finish.

More Information


Advanced Server Setup

If you want to change your email account, click More Settings to open the Internet E-mail Settings dialog box.

The Advanced tab in the Internet Email Settings dialog box lets you set the POP3 and the SMTP server ports, define whether the server requires an encrypted channel, and define server time-out settings and delivery settings.

Some ISP mail servers now require a secure (SSL) port for both the POP3 and the SMTP servers. Please contact your ISP to determine whether your email account requires these settings.

The delivery settings let you read a message, but leave the message on the server for a specified time. This feature is especially helpful if you use the same email account from more than one computer. By default, Outlook enables this feature and sets the time limit to 14 days on the server before copies of messages are removed. If you do not want to keep copies of messages on the server, clear the Leave a copy of messages on this server check box.

Internet Service Providers settings (for manual configuration of Outlook)

We recommend that you contact your Internet service provider (ISP) for information about the exact incoming and outgoing mail server names and settings that you should use when you configure your Internet email account in Outlook. The list provided here contains information only for some Internet service providers in the United States and may not be up to date.

Incoming Mail (POP3) server names and settings:

Provider NameServer NamePortSPASSLAuthRequired
AOLpop.aol110OFFOFFON
AT&T Yahoopop.att.yahoo.com995OFFONON
Charterpop.charter.net110OFFOFFON
Comcastmail.comcast.net995OFFONON
Coxpop.[insert region].cox.net110OFFOFFOFF
Gmailpop.gmail.com995OFFONON
Junopop.juno.com110OFFOFFOFF
Microsoft Livepop3.live.com995OFFONON
Netscapepop.3.isp.netscape.com110OFFOFFON
Netzeropop.netzero.com110OFFOFFON
Pacbellpop.att.yahoo.com995OFFONON
PeoplePCpop.peoplepc.com110OFFOFFON
Qwestpop.[enter state ID].qwest.net110OFFOFFOFF
Rogerspop.broadband.rogers.com110OFFOFFON
SBCGlobalpop.att.yahoo.com995OFFONON
Swbellpop.att.yahoo.com995OFFONON
Verizonincoming.verizon.net110OFFOFFON
Yahoopop.mail.yahoo.com110OFFOFFOFF

Outgoing Mail (SMTP) server names and settings:

Provider NameServer NamePortSPAAuthRequiredEncryption
AOLsmtp.aol.com587OFFONNone
AT&T Yahoosmtp.att.yahoo.com465OFFONSSL
Chartersmtp.charter.net25OFFONNone
Comcastsmtp.comcast.net587OFFONTLS
Coxsmtp.[insert region].cox.net25OFFOFFNone
Gmailsmtp.gmail.com587OFFONTLS
Junoauthsmtp.juno.com587OFFOFFNone
Microsoft Livesmtp.live.com587OFFONTLS
Netscapesmtp.isp.netscape.com25OFFOFFNone
Netzeroauthsmtp.netzero.com25OFFONNone
Pacbellsmtp.att.yahoo.com465OFFONSSL
PeoplePCsmtpauth.peoplepc.com587OFFONNone
Qwestpop.[enter state ID].qwest.net25OFFOFFNone
Rogerssmtp.broadband.rogers.com587OFFONNone
SBCGlobalsmtp.att.yahoo.com465OFFONSSL
Swbellsmtp.att.yahoo.com465OFFONSSL
Verizonoutgoing.verizon.net25OFFONNone
Yahoosmtp.mail.yahoo.com25OFFOFFNone

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