There are 2 ways to add links to your newsletters.
IMPORTANT: First, be sure to grab the full URL for the page/image you wish to link to.
Best way to do this is to open the page you want to link to in a new browser tab or window. Then copy the full url from the address bar.
The URL will start with:
IMPORTANT: It is highly frowned up to add the full URL to any outside domain in your newsletter. It is unprofessional and looks tacky. Plus if any of the domains get blacklisted (which is completely out of your control) your newsletters will start going to junk folders without your knowledge. Be sure to add hyperlinks to a word/phrase or use the link button.
NOTE: when using the Link-Button, it is a separate content section. You cannot add it inside a text block.
If you want the button to be in the middle of some text, add beginning text to a Text Content block, add the Link-Button Content block, followed by the remaining text in another Text Content block.
If you are seeing links in your newsletter test that you did not create, please understand that almost every email client (gmail, outlook, etc.) will convert email addresses, phone numbers and URLs, to links even if they are not actively created as a link.
When this happens, the email client automatically applies the default link color, blue, to all those links.
In order to work around this behavior, it is recommended that you manually create links in all your Content Boxes for any text that an email client will apply a link to such as
Then apply the link color as instructed above.
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