The Email Marketing Course You Need to Heat Up Your Summer

email marketing course

If you’re a regular reader of the Constant Contact Blog, you know we’re dedicated to helping small businesses succeed with email marketing all year long.

We interview small businesses directly to hear about your biggest marketing challenges. Then, we create blog posts, worksheets, webinars, and guides so you can overcome any speed bumps and get back to growing your business.

In the first half of 2017, we focused on the five steps of successful email marketing.

We’ve shown you how to:

  • Plan your email marketing strategy
  • Design an email that drives action
  • Create email content without wasting time
  • Measure the impact of your email marketing, and
  • Grow your email list from scratch

Now, we’re packaging all these topics together in a free email marketing course.

Introducing the 2017 Summer Series Email Marketing Course

If you’re looking to learn some new email marketing skills this summer, head over to our Summer Series online course.

You can study up on all five email marketing subjects and learn at your own pace.

Each subject contains a 45-minute training video, along with helpful worksheets, a quiz to test your knowledge, and some extra credit for you overachievers.

Here’s a preview of what the first subject looks like:

email marketing course subject

Ready to get your education on?

You can get started today!

Visit our Summer Series email marketing course to start learning. 

And don’t be shy if you have any questions along the way. Leave us a comment with your question — we’re here to help.

Is your business brand new to email marketing? You can sign up for a free 60 day trial of Constant Contact’s easy-to-use email marketing tools.

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