Email Marketing · Direct marketing

NOOB email marketing question: Sending 1 email to multiple parties with variable fields

Nick Gory

February 27th, 2014

How do I send the same email to multiple people with each individual's name appearing in the subject line and the body?
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Sharon Schanzer Client service consultant, graphic designer, WordPress developer

February 27th, 2014

Mailchimp.

Nick Gory

February 27th, 2014

To answer your question of quantity, I only send 10-20 emails at a time...

Ben Sweat Director, Product at Idealab

February 27th, 2014

There are tools like MailChimp where that task is easy enough to do. If you are emailing users of yours from a website or app, you can use something like Intercom.io do this. Generally, you would need so simple email tool, but I wouldn't be surprised if there was some Outlook feature or plugin to allow you to do that.

Bob Graham Engineering and Software

February 27th, 2014

Thanks for asking this Nick! I had the same question.

Mark Neild Empowering quietly creative people to prosper through innovative yet authentic and engaging business models

February 28th, 2014

Nick, Easy way is to subscribe to Mailchimp which is free for relatively small lists and does not take long to learn. Their product will do mostly what you want plus a whole lot more, but note that while it is easy to have a personalised Dear xxx, personalising the subject line is more tricky, but you might not want to do that anyway. There are other products with more and better features like Infusionsoft and Office Autopilot, but I would suggest you get your head around Mailchimp first before opening your wallet so that you know what you want before you think about paying. Good luck with it Mark Neild mark@coherence-solutions.com +44 1189485996 [cid:86420D7E-DF03-4A2B-A55C-120E531C0A29@otago.ac.nz] www.coherence-solutions.com

EM

February 27th, 2014

Assuming you've no automation options, you want to use mail merge. It's

David Crooke Serial entrepreneur and CTO

February 28th, 2014

All email maketing systems have this ability, c.f. mailmerge in MS-Word in the 90's. You upload a spreadhseet or CSV file and the editor produces a template where it can fill in the blanks. MailChimp or ConstantContact will get it done.

Bill Hludzinski

February 28th, 2014

Use MailChimps

Daniel Caplin Vice President of Services at WhatCounts

February 27th, 2014

You need to use an email marketing tool. I favor MailChimp.com It's free for under 2000 subscribers I believe. Daniel Caplin Sent from my iPhone

Ajay Kori Co-Founder at UrbanStems

February 27th, 2014

If you're using Gmail, Streak is amazing (http://www.streak.com/)