Email marketing just got a whole lot easier with these customizable email templates, according to the latest blog post from InboxArmy. Whether you’re a small business owner, email marketer, or just someone running an email campaign, these templates have you covered. With designs for welcome emails, newsletters, and promotional emails, you can save time and deliver a professional-looking message to your mailing list. The templates are also mobile-responsive, so your message will look great on any device. And the best part? They’re all free! So why waste your time struggling with complicated design software when you can get a head start with these templates? Give your email marketing a boost and try out these easy-to-use templates today.
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In 1976, Queen Elizabeth II sent an email on Arpanet, becoming the first head of state to do so. Back then, the mode of communication was not as widespread as it was in the late 90s, and 2000s. The first mobile email was introduced to the masses in 2007 with Apple’s iPhone. And there was no looking back ever since. However, what remains evergreen is the memory of the famous “you’ve got mail” sound of email arriving for AOL users, which also led to the foundation of the Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan starrer RomCom, You’ve Got Mail. The notification that used to bring joy to Gen X and Millennials, is not far too ubiquitous. The cheery reminder is gone; we’re always online, covered in a deluge of emails just as we lift the lids of our laptops. From promotional emails, to spammy messages, and cold emails, the TBR (To Be
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