Category Archives: Graphic Design

Exciting New Sporting Templates!

With a whole heap of sporting events coming up across Britain and broader Europe we have created a great selection of brand new templates! Check out a few below, or have a look at our Facebook Gallery for the whole selection. These are all available in your SQUAWKBOX & SMART accounts now so get promoting! […]

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Setting up a default subject line on your email link

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.

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New Voucher Email Templates For SQUAWKBOX

These creative templates can be found in the “Ongoing” template category in your SQUAWKBOX account. Vouchers are a great way to incentivise the customers in your database to visit your venue. 1. Voucher Themed Template

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Why Can’t I See Images?

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 […]

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Web-Friendly Fonts

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.

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The Secret To Links In Templates

Have you ever tried to link a word within your email template to your website (or somewhere else), but found when you tried, the link was virtually invisible against your blue background? This can be a common problem as hyperlinks are automatically generated to be dark blue. Well, in a few easy steps you’ll learn […]

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Templates Explained – Part 3

Have you ever put together an amazing email, sent yourself a test and found one of your images looks like the one below? This is the ‘broken image’, the default display for an image that can’t be loaded. This can be pretty serious, but luckily in most cases, it’s as easy as checking the name […]

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Image-only emails; is it a good idea?

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.

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Templates Explained – Part 2

This is Part 2 in the Templates Explained series. You can read Part 1 here. An effective email is all about getting your message across to your customers. Here are some guidelines that will help improve the quality of your emails. Branding: When it comes to sending out an e-flyer you want to get your […]

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