Tip of the Week – Add Social Icons to Your Emails
Linking to your various social media accounts in the emails you send is a great way to encourage subscribers to connect with you outside their inbox.
If they’re a loyal email reader, they’ll likely be interested in following you on social media too, right?
But, the thing is, dropping a basic link into your email signature isn’t a good look…
Which is why we recommend that you add social icons to your emails instead!
And with Sendlane, you don’t have to worry about finding images, uploading icons or any of the complicated design stuff. We have a built-in social media content block to make that process super quick & oh-so easy!
The fastest (and easiest) way to add social icons to your emails
To add social icons to any email, click on the “Content” menu and select “Social” to drag-and-drop the social media content block into the builder:
Then, select the icons you’d like to display by toggling each of the options on or off:
Next, be sure you drop in the direct URL for your own social media profile to link each icon to your account on that platform:
Then just click “Save and continue” and you’re ready to go… It really is that easy!
So what are you waiting for?
Login to your Sendlane account now to add social icons to your next email!
Not only will social icons make it convenient for your readers to click through to your social channels, but it will encourage social networking with your subscribers and traffic to your social profiles!
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