• How to embed videos in emails with MailStyler

    Video content is hugely important. Preferred over images and text, videos have proven to be the most popular form of content on social media and websites. The same is true of videos in email. Just place the word “video” in the subject of and email and openings increase by 20%. The Click Through Rate (CTR) […]

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    How to preview your template with Smartpreview

    MailStyler has a preview system that allows you to check if everything works as it should, before uploading it to an email marketing platform such as eMailChef, or use software for sending email campaigns such as Sendblaster.

  • How to use MailStyler on a Mac

    MailStyler 2 is the best newsletter template builder you can find on the market. Although it’s a software designed for Windows, it’s easy to use our software on a Mac. We explain how in this post.

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    Font newsletter: manage the style of your text with MailStyler 2

    A newsletter is composed of several elements, the most important of which is obviously the text that presents the content to your addressees. We won’t give you tips on how to write a proper newsletter now: we’ll explain to you how to change the appearance of the template text so that you can change its appearance according to your needs. You’ll find that with MailStyler 2 is very simple.

  • How to activate MailStyler 2

    MailStyler 2 is a software that guarantees exceptional results with little effort: to create templates that will be opened on every device you don’t need to know how to program or know HTML, just let our software work.

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    Edit image borders, margins, links with MailStyler 2

    Although the images and photographs you have chosen for your newsletter will certainly be perfect, you may need to change some details. With MailStyler 2 you can change margins, borders, and other details, and it’s very easy to do so.

  • Responsive template with MailStyler 2

    For years now, most emails are mostly read on a mobile device screen (such as mobile phones or tablets) instead of the traditional desktop PC. For this reason, sending newsletters that cannot adapt to the screen on which they are rendered is a severe mistake: not being able to be read by your customers is a big stumbling block. Luckily, responsive design has become a standard rule, allowing you to get fluid layouts that can fit seamlessly on your latest smartphone, 27-inch desktop computer or Galaxy Note.