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  1. Brilliant work! I wish there was just one single email application for everybody, so that email brochures would look the same to everyone.

    Thanks for sharing. Great post. Cheers

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  3. Great recopilation!

    The best produced i think is eROI, the other used CSS and that’s not good for a newsletter in most webmail browsers!

    excelent, guys!

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  4. Brilliant designs. Very unique and creative.

    Great collection! ūüėÄ

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  5. Sorry – i disagree with a lot of the “Email Newsletters” up there – a lot of thm are just big images, or a series of big images – that’s not good email newsletter design.

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  6. Thanks a lot, that’s really help-full in newsletter design process

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  7. Must agree with Nosaj. The designs look very nice, but not for emails. Large images are not good, text should not be in images, but hard-coded and I even wonder they are using the right html-setup.

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  8. Nice article. For more inspiration try Inbox Award htttp://inboxaward.com
    We are new on the scene but already have plenty of email newsletters for your inspiration.

    *Ps If I have double posted please delete. Thanks ūüôā

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  9. I agree with Nosaj and Cocktaille – email templates shouldn’t usually be one big image as its not good practice but sometimes there’s no reason why they can’t be if the target audience is right.

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  12. Very good idea !
    Good Newsletters’ models are quite difficult to find…
    Thanks

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  13. Actually, this seems more like a ‘bad practices’ list… most of these will look rather horrible in a lot of common email clients, if they are not already flagged as spam.

    Perhaps a comment by a knowledgable front-end developer per design would be in order before a lot of youngster get the wrong idea about how to design newsletters.

    Check for example campaignmonitordotcom for info on how you DO design and built a good HTML email.

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  14. niceee examples!! thanks 4 inspiration! ūüėõ

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  15. Hello, I am fairly new to the industry and wanted to get some information on the extent of your services that would apply to my situation. I am working on a startup company for a new solar technology product for residential use. It is about 5x5x4 inches and will need padding material as it is made of glass and metal. I have come up with a logo for the company but am not fully set on the design. I plan on marketing the product to a major home supply center and would like to know how far you can take me in the process as far as logo design, packaging the product, creating a website and any other marketing tools that you feel will be necessary for the success of the company. I am working on numbers for the business plan, and have investors looking over costs. Please reply with information on services and costs so that we will be able to determine our startup costs.
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  16. I agree with a lot of the designers above.

    It’s important to use as much HTML text as possible…some of these will probably render poorly in the average email client. However, there are some good examples of properly designed emails.

    I try to stick to a creative (small-ish) header / footer to grab attention and pack the middle with good ol’ crawlable content.

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  18. Very inspiring designs. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. I’ve worked with several junior designers who designed a lot of the above… they may seem fun but they are hardly practical. In the end I had to scale them down in order to make them useable.

    A good deal of email browsers have images disabled by default with an option per email to turn them on. A good email newsletter works without images turned on and as plain text. Most of the above would fail at that.

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  20. I agree with Nosaj, although the designs are great they are not good newsletters. the majority of these are just images and if people have images turned off in the mail program for newsletter then they are not effective at all. If I get a newsletter that is all images I delete it right away.

    David is also on point concerning this. Great looking designs, bad newsletters

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  22. It was sooo usefull thank you for posting this for us!

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  24. Brilliant recopilation, my favorite is Urban Outfitters.

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  34. Came across your post as I was looking for press release related info. Very nice post. Hope to learn more from you.

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  35. I agree and disagree with previous criticism that the majority is big images and no text. It depends on the client and their customers, I have clients where we see a massive CTR when using 3 large banners, much higher then in other tests where we have had the majority written content and less emphasize on the design.

    And of course in most cases, to much images just means people either delete or go to the next email.

    I also agree that most of these examples are not very well coded. Email marketing should look like it was coded 1998, hardcode absolutely everything in your html then add style=”” on top of that to try and make sure it looks as best it can in most of all online/offline email readers. I personally take great pride in my HTML when doing front end webdesign but when it comes to email marketing you have to dirty your hands in ways you never knew you could. Even when it makes your teeth cringe.

    It would be interesting to see the accompanying subject lines, that is where you can see who makes it or brakes it to begin with. Personally we A/B test the subject lines on a test pool of about 10 percent of the list before any email send out, it sounds like a lot of extra work but it has served our clients very well going that extra little bit.

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  36. Sorry for the double post, maybe you could add this to my previous post:

    It would be interesting to see a poll of what previous posters (who seem to be in email marketing as well) use as their preferred platform. Mailchimp, paid for software, built into the CMS’ etc.

    Just a thought, we use a quite pricy option because of the service they provide but because of that we can’t really offer email marketing to our smaller clients. It would be good to get some recommendations of software across the board. Anywhere from the small home office to the bigger corporate clients and everything in between.

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  37. I always love to read good comments since you can learn a lot about them. I don’t always agree but still your comments are good.

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  38. What a really nice selection of newsletter designs, lots of big images which are not ideal but the designs are nice and varied.

    Think some posts with creative emails that don’t rely so much on big images would be good.

    Thanks

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  39. i would like to see these in Microsoft outlook.

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  40. I think my boss and co-workers would shoot me if I designed an image email…they look nice but are terrible e-newsletters. You should call this section “25 Impressive Email Newsletters you shouldn’t send”

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  46. Many thanks for sharing such an insightful article with all of us. I’ve bookmarked your blog will come back for a re-read again. Keep up the great work.

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  47. I’m a little bit late to the conversation here, but I’ll have to agree with what a lot of people have said… I think these are fantastic for inspiration on layout, and some of them could be achieved with html and css, which would be a great improvement… These are lovely to look at, but not very practicle…

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  48. Here’s another submission from Indiemark. It’s chock full o’ goodies, including dynamic content blocks, social sharing tools, and animation:

    http://www.indiemark.com/newsletters/0410/

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  49. very impressive design.
    I found a site where you can get an inspiration:
    http://www.email-gallery.com

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  50. Great resource and awesome designs here. How I wish we can code email templates already without using the tag.

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  51. I meant “TABLES” tag.

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  52. WOOHOO!!! The #2 design is from my team at Backcountry.com. I actually almost didn’t do it. Super stoked to see that others enjoyed it.

    I wish you could see the others we did, they’re all amazing.

    I saw some notes about CTR, etc. I can tell you that our email campaigns were a huge success when we decided to change our focus from pure sales, to more entertainment. My opt-out rates went to zero (or about as statistically close as possible, my CTR was around 38%-44%, and my sales conversion rates were about 20%.

    Altogether, the approach was not ot keep selling things to customers, as that is all everyone ever does. Rather, I wanted to inspire them, have them intereact with our brand, and get into what we’re about. In the end, all the efforts were worth it interms of sales, retention and more.

    Clearly, the best and biggest win of all, is having your peers think it is a great email.

    Credit is due to Liz Kuzmkowski and Jason White House. They’re both excellent peeps.

    Super rad, thanks guys.

    Best,

    Brad Fredricks

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  56. this is not brilliant newsletter designing……..

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