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Customizable Email Templates

Quickly create beautiful, branded, and mobile-responsive emails that will wow on any device.

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Get connected to new audiences and attract new customers with Instagram and Facebook ads.

List Building Tools

Drive more traffic to your site with Google Ads, or grow your list with website sign-up forms, lead generation landing pages, text-to-join, Facebook lead ads and more.

Real-time Reporting

Review email results, website performance and traffic results quickly to see what is working and improve your marketing strategy.

Website Builder & eCommerce Tools

Create your own website in minutes and sell online in no time. Just pick a template, choose a domain, and publish.

Advanced Features & Integrations

Drive engagement and results with subject line testing, automated email series, and behavioral segmentation to deliver personalized content. Plus sync with other best-in-class platforms like Shopify, WooCommerce, Eventbrite, and so much more.

Support at Every Step

As your Constant Contact partner, I can be with you as much or as little as you need.


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Let’s Talk More About Lead Generation

By Blog, Constant Contact

In the last issue of my e-newsletter I wrote about the landing page functionality Constant Contact offers. Today I want to talk about sign-up forms. 

Constant Contact offers a variety of forms and form functions. So whether you want a form to pop up on your web page, fly in/out, appear as a banner on a web page or simply be embedded on a web page, you can make it right in Constant Contact. And the data collected on that form goes where you want it in the Constant Contact database. 

On my website I am using a pop-up form on the Constant Contact page. It appears after a few moments and the information collected goes to a specific list in my account. When a new person signs up, that action triggers an automated email. If someone clicks on a link in that automated email, I’m using list segmentation to add them to a different list based on their interests. Those actions may also trigger automated emails. 

You can have as many forms as you wish, as well as automations. If you want to learn more about this process, let me know. It does take a little planning and you will want to update it from time to time. 

Let’s Talk About Your Email Lists.

By Blog, Constant Contact

If you are a Constant Contact subscriber, you should have received an email from them a few weeks ago with the subject “Why grow your email list? Answer inside.” linking to this article. In the article, they talk about using the segmenting options Constant Contact provides so you can make your emails relevant to your specific targets in an effort to keep people from unsubscribing.

I’m all for growing your mailing list, but as a small business owner, I also know it’s important to control expenses. Controlling the size of your email list will control the amount you are charged each month. Using some email list management techniques will help you target your market while also controlling your list size.

If you haven’t spent a lot of time looking at the options Constant Contact offers for managing your lists, then we should have a chat.

Leave Your Legacy

By Constant Contact, Digital Marketing

Sorry for the play on words – in this case I want you to LEAVE your legacy Constant Contact email template and start new – so you can make the most of the latest and greatest features Constant Contact has to offer.

How do you do this? Simply start over. Use Create to start a new email campaign, choose a layout or one of the many templates Constant Contact makes available. Once you start, you should see new features in your toolbox. If this scares you or if you have a template/email design that you don’t think you can re-create, I’m happy to help you.

Why should you do this? As I mentioned before, there may be new features you are not able to use with your legacy template. In addition, you know how quickly the tech world changes. Constant Contact is regularly updating to keep up with those changes.

I encourage you to create a test email, pick a fun template and see what you might be missing!