Squarespace Email Campaigns Course

A step-by-step guide to email marketing in Squarespace. Launching early October 2019.

Squarespace Email Campaigns is a simple alternative to using MailChimp, ConvertKit, or Mailer Lite to send out email newsletters to your subscribers. Keep your website and mailing list under one roof to simplify your life!

Get all the guidance you need to set up and deliver email newsletters from your Squarespace website. From walking through the implementation to learning expert tips for writing newsletters, this course will help you look like a pro with each newsletter you send.

How to send emails in Squarespace

Squarespace Campaigns isn’t for everyone. It’s the RIGHT choice for you if:

  • You like to keep your life simple

You don’t have to learn another system or remember another log-in. Everything is under one roof (the Squarespace roof). And since Squarespace already has your logo and business info, set-up is much faster than on other platforms.

  • You don’t need segmented lists

Squarespace allows you to have multiple mailing lists, but it doesn’t allow you to tag or segment within a list.

  • You don’t want complex analytics or A/B testing

You can see how many (and which) subscribers opened your email and clicked through to your site, but you can’t see much more than that. You also can’t do A/B testing of subject lines. (And if you’re not sure what A/B testing is, you probably don’t need it.)

  • You have a paid Squarespace account and are willing to add-on the service

    Yep, it’s only for paying customers and there’s a small fee for sending email campaigns.

  • You want your email newsletters to look nice

Just like their website templates, Squarespace has designed 30+ gorgeous email templates for you to choose from.

  • You want to easily pull Blog Posts or Products into your newsletter

With Squarespace Campaigns, you can quickly and easily add Blog Posts and Products to your email with just a couple of clicks.

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