May 29, 2019
Test-drive your first impressions with 250ok’s new Subject Line Previewer.
Ready for the next in-depth look at our new design features? We are!
How do you convince your recipient to become an actual reader? Your subject line.
If your subject line is shortened or an emoji doesn’t load, you’ve likely squandered your only chance to entice your recipient to open your email.
With our latest update, now you can preview how emojis, preheader text, and preview text render in the inbox using 250ok Design. You can also get a clear look at how mailbox provider (MBP) and mail client character limits affect your expertly crafted hook.
This provides yet another layer of comfort for marketers, providing peace of mind that their emails truly are appearing as designed during each step of the recipient’s journey. Pair this with priority preview weighting and you can be sure you’re focusing on the right devices and clients, and rest assured all your hard work crafting the perfect subject line won’t be for naught.
Reach out to harness the power today.
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