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Using Anchors In D365 Marketing Emails

When sending out your real-time marketing emails, creating emails that include actions is the best approach to take. You want your audience to engage and interact with your messages, so giving them links to pages on your websites or buttons as a call to action is a smart approach. D365 Marketing emails have the option to link directly to many different ‘things’ with an interesting one named…

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Using Anchors In D365 Marketing Emails – Megan V. Walker

NOTE: ALL INFORMATION IS ACCURATE AT DATE OF PUBLISHING *** When sending out your real-time marketing emails, creating emails that include actions is the best approach to take. You want your audience to engage and interact with your messages, so giving them links to pages on your websites or buttons as a call to action is a smart approach.

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