[NEWSLETTERS] TuneUp: Design Tips and Tricks for a "Shazam" Newsletter (Recorded 3-09-16)

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The only thing harder than pressing "Send" on your newsletter to your customers consistently is nailing down the design. Once you commit to consistently sending your people a newsletter, you want to be sure that your people are reading what you are telling them. In this increasingly visual world, this job is actually becoming easier - if you know where to look. Tin Shingle's co-founder Katie Hellmuth Martin uses this webinar to "live design" different newsletter templates in MailChimp before your eyes while taking any question you have. Tin Shingle's other co-founder Sabina Hitchen makes sure everyone is using layman's terms that everyone can understand.

Covered In This Webinar

  • Learn from 4 different design templates that readers like.
     
  • Watch Katie use 3 of her favorite and easy to use drag-and-drop design tricks - that you can do too!
     
  • Common design terms to be aware of to instantly change the look of your newsletter.
     
  • How you can tell when your newsletter design isn't working - and how to fix it.
     
  • Subject lines that are working now - and it's not what you think!
     
  • Questions from marketers and business owners like you answered during the webinar.

Thank you for the newsletter call out button suggestion. I tried it & the articles with buttons had 2x the number of clicks

 

How to Watch

Anyone can watch a Tin Shingle TuneUp from their computer, mobile phone or tablet. The process is different for Premium Members and the public.

MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Stream any TuneUp Webinar anytime with your Tin Shingle membership. No need to purchase it, this TuneUp is ready to play from this page! When you are logged in, you will see a big screen. Press play and start taking notes! Not a member yet? You really should be...

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Once you buy a TuneUp, you own it forever. The video or audio recording will appear on the TuneUp page that you just purchased from, and all you need to do is press play!
 

Katie Hellmuth MartinKatie Hellmuth Martin is co-founder of Tin Shingle and publisher of A Little Beacon Blog. Since 2005 when she hung her own shingle as a designer of websites and accessories, Katie has worked with businesses of all sizes to grow their digital footprints using newsletters, company blogs, user experience, social media, and a creative look at SEO performance. For Tin Shingle, she is lead designer, community membership nurturer, columnist, and director of partnerships and advertising.


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The only thing harder than pressing "Send" on your newsletter to your customers consistently is nailing down the design. Once you commit to consistently sending your people a newsletter, you want to be sure that your people are reading what you are telling them. In this increasingly visual world, this job is actually becoming easier - if you know where to look. Tin Shingle's co-founder Katie Hellmuth Martin uses this webinar to "live design" different newsletter templates in MailChimp before your eyes while taking any question you have. Tin Shingle's other co-founder Sabina Hitchen makes sure everyone is using layman's terms that everyone can understand.

Covered In This Webinar

  • Learn from 4 different design templates that readers like.
     
  • Watch Katie use 3 of her favorite and easy to use drag-and-drop design tricks - that you can do too!
     
  • Common design terms to be aware of to instantly change the look of your newsletter.
     
  • How you can tell when your newsletter design isn't working - and how to fix it.
     
  • Subject lines that are working now - and it's not what you think!
     
  • Questions from marketers and business owners like you answered during the webinar.

Thank you for the newsletter call out button suggestion. I tried it & the articles with buttons had 2x the number of clicks

 

How to Watch

Anyone can watch a Tin Shingle TuneUp from their computer, mobile phone or tablet. The process is different for Premium Members and the public.

MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Stream any TuneUp Webinar anytime with your Tin Shingle membership. No need to purchase it, this TuneUp is ready to play from this page! When you are logged in, you will see a big screen. Press play and start taking notes! Not a member yet? You really should be...

NON-MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Once you buy a TuneUp, you own it forever. The video or audio recording will appear on the TuneUp page that you just purchased from, and all you need to do is press play!
 

Katie Hellmuth MartinKatie Hellmuth Martin is co-founder of Tin Shingle and publisher of A Little Beacon Blog. Since 2005 when she hung her own shingle as a designer of websites and accessories, Katie has worked with businesses of all sizes to grow their digital footprints using newsletters, company blogs, user experience, social media, and a creative look at SEO performance. For Tin Shingle, she is lead designer, community membership nurturer, columnist, and director of partnerships and advertising.

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Covered In This Webinar

  • Learn from 4 different design templates that readers like.
     
  • Watch Katie use 3 of her favorite and easy to use drag-and-drop design tricks - that you can do too!
     
  • Common design terms to be aware of to instantly change the look of your newsletter.
     
  • How you can tell when your newsletter design isn't working - and how to fix it.
     
  • Subject lines that are working now - and it's not what you think!
     
  • Questions from marketers and business owners like you answered during the webinar.

Thank you for the newsletter call out button suggestion. I tried it & the articles with buttons had 2x the number of clicks

 

How to Watch

Anyone can watch a Tin Shingle TuneUp from their computer, mobile phone or tablet. The process is different for Premium Members and the public.

MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Stream any TuneUp Webinar anytime with your Tin Shingle membership. No need to purchase it, this TuneUp is ready to play from this page! When you are logged in, you will see a big screen. Press play and start taking notes! Not a member yet? You really should be...

NON-MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Once you buy a TuneUp, you own it forever. The video or audio recording will appear on the TuneUp page that you just purchased from, and all you need to do is press play!
 

Katie Hellmuth MartinKatie Hellmuth Martin is co-founder of Tin Shingle and publisher of A Little Beacon Blog. Since 2005 when she hung her own shingle as a designer of websites and accessories, Katie has worked with businesses of all sizes to grow their digital footprints using newsletters, company blogs, user experience, social media, and a creative look at SEO performance. For Tin Shingle, she is lead designer, community membership nurturer, columnist, and director of partnerships and advertising.

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The only thing harder than pressing "Send" on your newsletter to your customers consistently is nailing down the design. Once you commit to consistently sending your people a newsletter, you want to be sure that your people are reading what you are telling them. In this increasingly visual world, this job is actually becoming easier - if you know where to look. Tin Shingle's co-founder Katie Hellmuth Martin uses this webinar to "live design" different newsletter templates in MailChimp before your eyes while taking any question you have. Tin Shingle's other co-founder Sabina Hitchen makes sure everyone is using layman's terms that everyone can understand.

Covered In This Webinar

  • Learn from 4 different design templates that readers like.
     
  • Watch Katie use 3 of her favorite and easy to use drag-and-drop design tricks - that you can do too!
     
  • Common design terms to be aware of to instantly change the look of your newsletter.
     
  • How you can tell when your newsletter design isn't working - and how to fix it.
     
  • Subject lines that are working now - and it's not what you think!
     
  • Questions from marketers and business owners like you answered during the webinar.

Thank you for the newsletter call out button suggestion. I tried it & the articles with buttons had 2x the number of clicks

 

How to Watch

Anyone can watch a Tin Shingle TuneUp from their computer, mobile phone or tablet. The process is different for Premium Members and the public.

MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Stream any TuneUp Webinar anytime with your Tin Shingle membership. No need to purchase it, this TuneUp is ready to play from this page! When you are logged in, you will see a big screen. Press play and start taking notes! Not a member yet? You really should be...

NON-MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Once you buy a TuneUp, you own it forever. The video or audio recording will appear on the TuneUp page that you just purchased from, and all you need to do is press play!
 

Katie Hellmuth MartinKatie Hellmuth Martin is co-founder of Tin Shingle and publisher of A Little Beacon Blog. Since 2005 when she hung her own shingle as a designer of websites and accessories, Katie has worked with businesses of all sizes to grow their digital footprints using newsletters, company blogs, user experience, social media, and a creative look at SEO performance. For Tin Shingle, she is lead designer, community membership nurturer, columnist, and director of partnerships and advertising.

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Covered In This Webinar

  • Learn from 4 different design templates that readers like.
     
  • Watch Katie use 3 of her favorite and easy to use drag-and-drop design tricks - that you can do too!
     
  • Common design terms to be aware of to instantly change the look of your newsletter.
     
  • How you can tell when your newsletter design isn't working - and how to fix it.
     
  • Subject lines that are working now - and it's not what you think!
     
  • Questions from marketers and business owners like you answered during the webinar.

Thank you for the newsletter call out button suggestion. I tried it & the articles with buttons had 2x the number of clicks

 

How to Watch

Anyone can watch a Tin Shingle TuneUp from their computer, mobile phone or tablet. The process is different for Premium Members and the public.

MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Stream any TuneUp Webinar anytime with your Tin Shingle membership. No need to purchase it, this TuneUp is ready to play from this page! When you are logged in, you will see a big screen. Press play and start taking notes! Not a member yet? You really should be...

NON-MEMBERS OF TIN SHINGLE
Once you buy a TuneUp, you own it forever. The video or audio recording will appear on the TuneUp page that you just purchased from, and all you need to do is press play!
 

Katie Hellmuth MartinKatie Hellmuth Martin is co-founder of Tin Shingle and publisher of A Little Beacon Blog. Since 2005 when she hung her own shingle as a designer of websites and accessories, Katie has worked with businesses of all sizes to grow their digital footprints using newsletters, company blogs, user experience, social media, and a creative look at SEO performance. For Tin Shingle, she is lead designer, community membership nurturer, columnist, and director of partnerships and advertising.

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