Introducing Web.de, T-Online.de, Mail.ru, Freenet.de and EarthLink
If you have a globally diverse subscriber list, testing in country specific email clients is a must! The problem is that it’s tough to know what the locals are using. We uncovered which international clients were in high demand and got to work on incorporating these clients into our testing suite.
Without further ado, check out the 5 major email clients we added that cater to countries and subscribers far and wide.
- Freenet.de – Germany
- Mail.ru – Russia
- T-Online.de –Germany
- Web.de – Germany
- EarthLink – U.S.
Not seeing the new previews?
In order to see these new clients, follow the instructions below. However, if you are a current API user leveraging getClientList, you (and your users) should see these new clients automatically and no action on your end is needed!
- Step 1: Log in to the site.
- Step 2: Click on the Gear icon in the top navigation bar.
- Step 3: Choose Email Clients from the dropdown.
- Step 4: Under the Web Clients section, fill in the check box for all the browsers you would like to view your new client tests in.
- Step 5: Click the Save Settings button at the bottom of the page.
Is your list globally diverse?
While it’s important your emails look incredible across the board, the geolocation of your audience will play a factor in which email clients you may want to test more aggressively in. For example, if the majority of your audience is in Germany, you should make sure it looks stellar across German email clients like Freenet.de and T-0nline.de.
If you’re not sure where your subscribers are opening your email, don’t sweat it. We’ve got your back! Our advanced analytics tracks where people are opening your emails and will compile the top 5 countries for opens, clicks, reads, prints and much more. Check out our sample report below and see how you could uncover which countries are dominating your email readership:
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