STEP 8: Test your Email

Test before anyone else reads it.

Email Marketing has a thumb rule, which is “always test your email before sending”. Testing your email is necessary for looking how the mail would be going to the audience. Before shooting the email campaign, via this process we can look if something got missed out or needs to be updated etc.

Suggestions:

  • It is recommended to get the mail reviewed by at least 2 people. One would be you and 2nd could be any of your colleague, just to make sure everything is correct.

What is to be done?

  • Now click on “Preview & test” > “Send a Test Email”
  • Put your email id, and check your inbox for the mailer
  • Do necessary changes in the mailer, if needed after testing

 

Get Started

Remember Me

Have any Question?

[pubble][/pubble]

Where are you currently?

No. Step
1. Get Prepared  – Time to set objective & speculate the results you are expecting
2. Be Aware of Legal Implications – sending of commercial e-mails and act accordingly
3. Arrange data of your Subscribers  – Time to arrange all the information related to your subscribers
4. Signup on MailChimp free account  – Get started with a tool
5. Create Your 1st Subscriber List  – Time to start managing your contacts on MailChimp
6. Assemble everything needed for First Email Campaign- Get ready to send your 1st email
7. Create your first Email Campaign  – Get set to create our 1st campaign
8. Test your email  – Test before anyone else reads it!
9. You’re all set to send!– Let others read what you have written
10. Report Analysis – Evaluate the performance
[35000+ People already benefited]
[35000+ People already benefited]
[gravityform id="152" name="Optin Mobile" title="false" ajax="true" description="false" field_values="productid=dm101&furthercom=optinMobile"]
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
[35000+ People already benefited]
[35000+ People already benefited]
[gravityform id="152" name="Contact Me" title="false" description="false" field_values="productid=dm101&furthercom=optinCTA"]
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.