After you send an email campaign, you may want to share your content with people who didn't receive it, like coworkers, new subscribers, or visitors to your website. There are a few options to share a sent campaign: resend it, use the Social Share feature, or link to the browser-based campaign page.
In this article, you'll learn how to share your sent email campaigns.
Before you start
Here are some things to know before you begin this process.
- This article shows you how to share a sent email campaign. If your campaign is scheduled, or if it's still a draft, our Twitter and Facebook integrations can auto-post it at time of send.
- Some sharing methods are limited to certain campaign types. Take a look at the table in the first section to learn about your options.
Share options for campaign types
Use this table to learn which sharing method supports the type of email campaign you want to share.
|Resend a campaign|
|Use the Social Share feature|
|Share a link to a campaign|
|Share the email campaign archive|
|Share recent campaigns|
|Add a custom email campaign archive to a website|
Resend an email campaign
Sometimes, you may want to resend an email campaign to new subscribers or to a segment of subscribers who didn't open the message the first time. To do this, replicate the campaign and resend an exact copy.
Use the Social Share feature
The Social Share feature posts the URL to your sent email campaign on Facebook or Twitter. If you enabled Social Cards when you created your campaign, your featured image and message will display when you share.
Share the email campaign archive
For each audience in your account, we create a free landing page that includes links to your last 20 email campaigns. Share the URL to your campaign archive, so people can quickly catch up on your recent content.
Share recent email campaigns
Insert the *|LIST:RECENT|* merge tag into any email campaign, and we'll replace it with a list of links to your most recent email campaigns. To share campaigns when new people subscribe to your emails, include the merge tag in your final welcome email or automated welcome email.
Add an email campaign archive to your website
If you have coding experience or access to a developer, there are a couple of ways to post a Mailchimp archive on your website. Try our archive code to embed recent email campaign links on your site, or you can design your own custom archive.