Amy and I wanted to give you an update on how the newsletters are working with the new DBWS changes. We have been doing a lot of testing and are pleased that most things are working well.
You know how you think you have something under control and then surprise things change? Well, we’ve had one of those surprise bumps in the road that is outside of your control or ours. Constant Contact changed their policies for their Custom Code Editor. Certainly not the news any of us wanted.
Did you know you can add photos, Hostess Codes, and links to further personalize your Demonstrator Newsletters we produce? You can easily by using the Signature section under the Personalization tab.
Whew! What a week, with the changes to Mailchimp Amy and I feel like we’ve had a real monkey on our backs (sorry couldn’t resist a groan-worthy pun). A bit of humor gets us through most things and we appreciate you rolling along with us!
The great news is we have a solution that allows you to continue to use the Free Mailchimp service and our newsletter content without going bananas. We’ve created both video and written instructions to walk you through the steps. Continue Reading…
If you don’t use the Free MailChimp service you don’t have to make any changes and can disregard the rest of this email and go about using your newsletters as normal. Yay!
You know how you think you have something under control and then surprise things change? Well, we’ve had one of those surprise bumps in the road that is outside of your control or ours. Many of our subscribers use the free version of MailChimp as their email service.
We have changed our technology for the Copy Code button. We’ve tested it on the latest versions of the supported browsers. If you are having issues with the Copy Code button, here are some options to try.
There is a slick way for members of our Demonstrator Newsletter Service to copy their personalized newsletter to Mailchimp. Take a moment to review the simple steps, trust me, you’ll be glad you did.