How to send an email campaign with Neto M@il

Video Transcript


In this video we will demonstrate how you send an email campaign to your email list. 

Let’s begin in the Neto Control Panel.  Go to: 
Marketing > Neto Mail Marketing > Neto Mail Campaigns
Click Create A Campaign

Choose a campaign type from the following options: 
Regular campaign: This is the default choice. It allows you to send a particular email message to one contact list. You might send one of these as a weekly newsletter update. 
Recurring campaign: A recurring campaign is a campaign that is scheduled to run at regular, specified intervals. Your business might use this as a generic reminder to your customers you have new stock coming in on a monthly basis. 
A/B split:   A/B testing is a way of working out which of two different options will be the most effective. An A/B Split is basically splitting your list into two, and sending a different campaign out. You might do this with two types of promotional offers to see which one is more popular.

Enter a campaign name. This is for your internal reference only. Next, select the email recipient list you want to create the campaign for. Go to Next Step. 

Enter the campaign details: the email subject line, the email address the mail is sent from and the reply email address. 

The Advanced Options at the bottom of the page allow you to specify tracking, use additional tracking options or insert a social media toolbar. Go to Next Step. 

You can pick from our default templates or import your own. Click Preview to preview and Choose to select the template. You can now edit the template to suit your brand. 

When complete, click Preview and Schedule. Check for errors and click Schedule and Send. 

It is a good idea to test the campaign by sending yourself a test email. Next, decide whether to send the campaign immediately or schedule it for later. 

Now that your campaign is sent, you can track your progress in ‘Reports’. 

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Last Modified: 18/07/2018