Get Response is driving me crazy, I'm hoping someone here can help me out a little
I want to send emails in html+plain text - but I want the html version to look like a plain text email save for anchor text on the links. I've noticed a fair few marketers do this and most of them also seem to wrap long lines even on the html version. Personally I have a very wide display, so I am quite happy when I get an html email with wrapped short lines.
I've got my emails already in MS Word. I'm wondering what the best workflow is to get them into GetResponse?
I tried starting a new blank template HTML email in get response. I paste the text from MS Word into the plain text tab, press the "wrap long lines" button and then copy this wrapped version into the html tab.
The problem is that the html template sees each line as a paragraph, so the spacing is all weird. I can't see a way to use the formatting tools to remove the paragraph spacing. If I fiddle around using "shift+enter" to do forced line breaks within a paragraph this works - but it takes ages and seems really temperamental.
There has to be an easier way!
I'm wondering what other people do? Did you make a custom template for GetResponse? Are you setting a div at the required width rather than making individual lines (paragraphs).
Any advice or pointers would be most appreciated.