I’ve recently decided, after several years at another hosting provider, to move this website to Bluehost. I’ve hosted a number of websites at Bluehost for various purposes, but just never got around to actually moving my personal blog until now. This post will walk you through the 4 steps to move your site! Continue reading
The final step in creating your HTML email is sending it out. This is really easy to do using both Microsoft Outlook and Mac Mail. In this final part of my series on creating HTML email, I cover embedding your HTML in an Outlook email and doing the same using Mac Mail. Continue reading
The most frequent question I get about HTML email is, “How do I get rid of the annoying white spaces in Gmail?” If you’ve been trying to figure out that problem, you’re in good company and I’m here to help! Continue reading
One of the frequent questions I get about creating HTML emails is how to combine images and text. In this tutorial, I’m going to cover creating an HTML file similar to the one in this post, however instead of using the text image, I’m going to use actual text.
Using a combination of images and text allows you to create hyperlinks, change the text formatting however you like and using whatever HTML elements you want to in order to enhance your email communication. Continue reading
Many firms that rely on marketing have a similar scenario: The marketing staff has created various marketing pieces that work great as print pieces, but when they want to do some customized e-mail marketing, the effort boils down to sending attached PDF documents or using template based subscription services. Continue reading