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ReachMail Releases the “Five Killers of Good Email Design” Short Cartoon

ReachMail, a Chicago-based email marketing service provider, has created a short cartoon, the “Five Killers of Good Email Design” available at http://www.reachmail.net/blog/stay-email-villains.

Starring the infamous email villains Mr. Red X, Mr. Distortion and friends, the “Five Killers of Good Email Design” explains how email marketers can avoid these common issues relating to email design. Marketers crafting mobile friendly responsive email designs will find this especially useful.

Helpful email design tips covered include using appropriate colors, testing in a variety of email clients and always employing alt tags. Using the correct image size and appropriate amount of text round out the email design tips covered in the “Five Killers of Good Email Design”

Marketers can test these concepts for free at ReachMail. Additional email design tips are available at the ReachMail blog.

“I was inspired by the movie Reservoir Dogs to make this cartoon,” according to ReachMail President John Murphy. “We’re always trying to make email marketing fun and whimsical plus occasionally learn something - that’s why we crafted this short cartoon.”

About ReachMail

ReachMail is a platform for creating and sending messages via email and social media. ReachMail provides free email marketing for life accounts with features including hundreds of free responsive templates, outstanding deliverability and detailed reporting. Advanced tools are built right in including Social Media Sharing, Message Testing, Auto-Responders, Transactional emails and an API. Free support is available- phone or email.

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