Export your Mail Designer newsletter as HTML file and send it via GetResponse
Need HTML responsive email templates for GetResponse? If you use GetResponse to send out your newsletter templates, then you can still use Mail Designer 365, an email creator and email designer software for Mac users, to create your email design. Mail Designer 365’s mail templates give you the flexibility to create beautiful email marketing designs that are compatible with GetResponse. Use Mail Designer 365 to create HTML responsive emails for GetResponse without breaking a sweat – no HTML and CSS knowledge necessary.
Sending a campaign – GetResponse
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Create and send email newsletters using GetResponse
Here’s how to create a newsletter template design for GetResponse and reach mail clients with a little help from the the HTML export feature in Mail Designer 365…
Exporting your email templates for GetResponse
- First, design a stunning newsletter :). Use Mail Designer 365 for the easiest way to create HTML templates.
- Next, choose “Share” > “Website / HTML…” from the menu bar.
- Afterwards, enter an image URL prefix where you will be hosting your images.
- Then, export your design.
Now, you’ll have a folder with a HTML file and your images. These need to be uploaded to the server hosting your images and to GetResponse:
- Take all the images and upload them to the server location you specified during export.
- Sign in to your account on GetResponse.
- Then, choose “Create Newsletter” on the main page.
- Next, select “HTML Source Editor.”
- Enter your subject line.
- Then, copy your HTML code.
- Lastly, paste it into the GetResponse Editor.
And that’s it! Now, you can choose your recipients and prepare your email campaign to be launched on GetResponse.
You can also use GetResponse placeholders in your design, e.g. to to add a recipient’s first name automatically. You’ll find all the placeholders on the GetResponse website.
Just copy a placeholder and paste it into your design (Tip: Use “Paste and match style” to preserve your formatting!). Get Response will automatically take the recipients first name like in my example if you sent it out.
Here’s what it looks like in Mail Designer 365:
And here’s what it looks like in the email once you’ve sent it:
How to send an HTML email campaign via GetResponse – made simple!
And that’s how to send out an email using GetResponse! Exporting Mail Designer 365’s email templates for GetResponse is easy. Now, you can send out your HTML mail design on GetResponse.
Give our GetResponse integration a go – build your GetResponse email template with Mail Designer 365. We hope our walkthrough of creating and sending email campaigns has been helpful. What are you waiting for? Design and send a marketing email through GetResponse today. Have an email blast!
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