Testing Email Content...
TIP - Is Your Email reaching your website visitors/subscribers?
We all know that Spam is a huge problem, and its only going to get worse. However, ongoing communication is critical for building a longterm relationship with your present and future customers/clients.
Do you know whether or not your email newsletter or other important emails sent to your subscribers or customers is actually getting to their Inbox?
SpamCheck ensures that this vital connection happens on a regular basis -- no more hit and miss! And best of all, its 100% free!
Here's how to check your ezine or other messages RIGHT NOW, FREE!...
1) Paste your e-zine into the body of a new e-mail.
2) Type in the word TEST (capital letters, no quotes) at the beginning of the subject line, before the title of your e-zine.
Subject: TEST Petunias in the Yukon Monthly E-zine
(The word TEST is critical -- without it, we simply assume your mailing is spam, and delete it outright).
3) Send the e-mail to...
Within a few seconds (minutes if volume is heavy), you'll receive a report with your score and a brief description of the "triggers." Then it's just a matter of tweaking your choice of words until you obtain a lower, acceptable score. Depending upon your writing style, it may take you a few attempts.
SpamCheck is an awesome free service. It uses Spam Assassin software, which is really strict, so if you're approved by SpamCheck your email should stay out of junk folders.
A bonus - this service teaches you how to write to avoid filters.
HTML Code Of The Month
Note: Copy and paste the HTML code into Web Page Teacher to see how it works and what it can do for you. Create a web page with Web Page Teacher (Click here to download)
--Cascading Style Sheets--
The FONT tag is used to display your text in a specific style. Using fonts within a table requires you to add the FONT tag to each individual cell. This technique will cause your page to be larger than necessary.
By using Cascading Style Sheets, you can, not only save yourself a lot of time, but keep your page size down.