For every Content Page you create, ISEBOX creates an ISEBOX Mailout version automatically. This is updated whenever you update your Content Page. The ISEBOX Mailout can be sent at no cost to yourself plus up to 5 people for testing/forwarding purposes.
PLEASE NOTE: On September 30th 2017, ISEBOX Mailouts will be sent only through MailChimp, Campaign Monitor, or iContact integrations and no longer via ISEBOX directly. Email HTML code is also provided for use with any email marketing and distribution platform.
To send or schedule an ISEBOX Mailout:
- Click the Mailouts tab from the Dashboard side menu
- Find the Content Page in the list that you wish to send
Choose the look and feel of the template for your mailout. (Classic - exactly the way your content page looks or Modern - a fresh, clean and organized look optimized for email)
Use the Classic/Modern switch to determine which code is generated and pushed into your Distribution Platform and to the Custom HTML to take to non-integrated platforms like Sendgrid.
Preview each version to see which look you prefer.
- Connect to your Distribution Platform of Choice: To use one of the integrated distribution platforms - Mailchimp, Constant Contact or Campaign Manager - In a separate tab in your browser, open and login to your distribution platform account.
On ISEBOX, simply click the appropriate button for your distribution platform and follow the onscreen prompts to login to your account within ISEBOX.
- Send your Content Page to your Distribution Platform
Once the "Send Draft to Mailchimp" (or any of the integrated platforms) button has been clicked - the draft of your Content Page will be found in the drafts section of that platform.
If you are using Sendgrid or another platform that is not currently integrated, it's easy to copy the code to take to that platform and add the custom HTML to get the look of your choice. Simply click the "copy" button below the Email HTML box and you will be ready to paste that code into your distribution platform's custom campaign.
TIP! By adding ?lite to the end of any ISEBOX url, you can see what the ISEBOX Mailout looks like