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Fast Tip Friday: Maximizing Your E-Marketing Impact #SageACT

by on ‎05-04-2012 09:28 AM (2,084 Views)

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Last week you learned how to get Sage E-marketing for ACT! connected to your favorite social media networks so that you would be able to post the subject line and a link to an e-mail blast to your social networks. This week you’ll learn just how simple it is to share your message!


Sharing E-marketing Messages with Social Network Connections


There are two ways that your E-marketing message may be shared on Social Networks:


  • The subject line and a link to the original message may be posted to your social media account page(s).

  • Recipients may re-share the subject line and a link to the original message on their social media account page(s).


This week I’ll focus on the first method. After you have configured social media site integration in your Sage E-marketing for ACT! account, you’ll be able to select one or more social media sites to share the message on the next time you create an E-marketing blast.

Sharing a Message on Your Social Media Account Page(s):


1. From within Sage ACT!, click Write > Sage E-marketing for ACT! > E-mail Marketing.


2. Select a contact, group, or company, e-mail template, and type a subject for the message.


3. Click Send Now.



4. In the dialog box, select from the following options:


  • If you would like to post the Subject of your message and a hyperlink to the actual template to any of your connected Social Networks, select one or more checkboxes, and click Continue.
  • If you do not want to post message information to any of these sites, click Skip.
  •  To connect or disconnect your Sage E-marketing for ACT! account from any of the listed Social Networks, click Manage.
  • To cancel and return to the Sage E-marketing for ACT! window, click Cancel.

If you have selected to post your message to one or more social media networks, the post will appear within a few minutes:


As you can see, with just a few extra clicks, you can maximize the reach of your messages. Next week I'll show you how to enable your recipients to share your message with their connections!