Different email programs display your HTML email differently, so we recommend you preview and test your campaign content before you send. In this article, you’ll learn how to preview your campaign in MailKing’s preview mode, and how to send test emails. In Email Campaign Editor, click on Preview tab: Select recipient from the list on […]
To add unsubscribe link to MailKing or Gmail Auto Follow Up campaign click on “Merge tag” and then select “Unsubscribe Link”
MailKing can also attach files to your email marketing or auto follow up campaign. You can attach any type of file – like a PDF, Word Doc, etc. The limit is 10MB. Here is how: In Email Campaign Editor, click on attachment icon: Click on browse icon Select the file and click on OK Here […]
To schedule your email campaign tick option “Schedule campaign to be sent at a specified time”
To download campaign stats (tracking, link clicks, etc.) select the campaign and then click on “Export Data to CSV”.
Tracking pixels (also called web beacons, web bugs, tracking bugs, web tags, page tags, pixel tags) are small 1 x 1 GIFs which are embedded in emails by marketers and some email companies to track the following: when did you open your email where did you open your email how many times did you open […]
MailKing allows you to send email campaigns directly from your Google Gmail accounts. This is great because your email will not be automatically marked as “promotion” (since it is not sent from MailChimp or other dedicated mass mailing systems). However, this also means that you are still bound by Google Gmail sending limits. To keep […]
Where do I find my BCC address for Salesforce? PipeDrive? HubSpot? SugarCRM? Zoho? OnePageCRM? GetBase? close.io? Basecamp HighRise?
Here’s how to access your BCC address in Salesforce: Find your user name at the upper right corner and select the drop down bar. Select “My Settings” or “Setup” from the drop down bar. Select the Email tab under “My Settings” Select the “My Email to Salesforce” tab You will see your email to Salesforce […]
Gmail officially claims that with a regular Gmail account you can send 500 emails/day and with a G Suite account you can send 2,000 emails/day (details are here). So, if you’re a G Suite user, you can send a 10,000 recipient campaign: MailKing and Gmail Auto Follow Up will evenly distribute the campaign at 2,000 […]