Awile back, someone asked me how I take screenshots of emails for my monthly email design inspiration series if the email doesn’t have a view online link. The problem is, taking a normal screenshot doesn’t work if you have to scroll to view the entire email, and using a tool that allows scrolling capture usually breaks when taking a screenshot in Gmail. After trying many different methods and tools, this is my current process for taking full email screenshots.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to turn any landing page into a Pardot Layout Template that can be used across all your Pardot marketing campaigns. You can use an existing landing page, a free template, a paid template from a marketplace like ThemeForest, or an existing page on your website.
In this tutorial I will show you how to add a simple slide out effect to your lead generation forms. This technique has been most widely used on blog posts to prompt users to subscribe when the reach the bottom of the post.
Happy new year everyone! It’s time for my monthly email inspiration post where I go through my inbox and find the best-designed emails that I received that month. This month is the holiday edition which features yearly roundup emails, holiday shopping emails, happy new year emails. I received so many great emails from different brands during the holidays, but here are 24 of my favourites.
Stop using captchas and start using the honeypot technique to stop form spam. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to implement the honeypot technique on your forms. Some coding is required, but most of it is copy and paste.
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