Understanding how to make an email template look like and do what you want

Don't let what you don't understand scare you. Learn a few basics now and it will actually make sense when you need to start taming a beast.

If you haven't watched it yet do watch the first video in this series here

There is a massive market and opportunity for people who can make and create html mobile ready templates and messages.

While 'drag and drop' might be easier to get your 'look and feel', knowing now whats behind the 'simplicity' will help you get better end results.

This video is important to your training because you will learn what to look for (and why) when you make template changes or more importantly how many email 'sections' an email template has and which bit you update where in #V2.

You'll also learn why an HTML page design is not the same as an HTML email template.

Watch the next video in the series to get your template 'mobile email ready' by clicking here

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