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Disha Mungra is a Graphic Designer. Best known for her lunchtime viewings of the YouTube series ‘Simons Cat’, she has single-handedly brought about the cartoon cat revolution by reeling in an audience of entertained staff members. In 2012 she was runner up an epic office Table Tennis Competition and away from her desk, Disha can often be seen standing at the office aquarium taking care of the office fish.
By Disha | Published April 10, 2013
You can do more than just add an email address on your email links. One of the most popular requests we receive from our clients is to setup a default subject line. This is a quick and easy process. We can show you how in a few simple steps.
By Disha | Published November 21, 2012
Looking for a new way to gather sign-ups in venue? Our graphic designers have collated some new cards to distribute to your customers to grow your database online.
With new graphics you also have the ability to design your own offer using the automatic welcome email your customers receive post-sign-up. Welcome emails are great for providing your customers an incentive to return to your venue and you can read more about them here!
Take a look at the new cards and let us know what you think!
By Disha | Published November 7, 2012
Do your images somehow disappear when your email reaches your inbox? It may be due to one of the following reasons:
- Is there a space in your file name?
Images that contain spaces in image names form something known as a ‘broken URL’. Browsers have a difficult time reading a URL with spaces (thus why no websites have them), so always remember double-check image names before uploading to avoid those pesky broken image icons.
For an image with the name of: “my image.jpg”, think about replacing it with underscores, such as “my_image.jpg” or “MyImage.jpg”
You can read more about broken images in our previous blog post: http://blog.mysquawkbox.com/templates-explained-part-3/
By Disha | Published August 29, 2012
We often get asked: “Why are emails limited to such a small set of fonts?” It’s often frustrating for marketers, especially when you might have specially designed a font for your brand or company.
By Disha | Published May 30, 2012
Image Only Flyers may seem like an easy way to send an email (no coding or copywriting required) but there are a few key things to remember when putting one together.
By Disha | Published February 8, 2012
When sending out email campaigns, one of the most important steps in the communication process (and one that is often forgotten) is testing. You can spend hours putting together fantastic email content and images for your e-blast, but if you haven’t conducted the proper testing, you won’t know how it’s going to look to your customers once it hits their inbox. Continue reading »