Quick Tip: Be sure that any email communication you’re sending render as expected in Outlook 2007.
I recently upgraded to Office 2007 (which definitely slowed me down by at least a week with all the freakin’ changes to the appearance) with the purchase of a new laptop and in the last month have unsubscribed from at least 30 email subscriptions that I use to at least skim if nothing else.
Luckily (as I see it), they were all random big corporation ones, so I’m not really missing out, but for any of you small business folks out there… be sure you’re getting what you expect (or pay for, if you’re using Constant Contact, etc.). Many of the online services have taken action to try and make their templates compatible… but one I used today happened to not be… so always just double check – especially if you’re paying for a service.
If you want to test yours before sending them out, I’ll be glad to review it for you – just email me: Lisa.Jeffries@gmail.com.
I won’t even try to be a definitive source on what makes an email Outlook 2007-proof… but here’s a good place to start: CampaignMonitor.
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