Looking for the perfect email design? There’s a template for that! Graphic design is not easy, and not all of us have the creative gene we need to make our marketing emails look as sleek as we’d like. But did you know, that BombBomb offers an entire library of ready-to-use templates for business or personal use?
Check out the video below to learn more!
What’s in the email design template library?
See some examples below (there are even more templates in our library – these are just a few!)
- Appointment reminder
- Checking in
- Following Up
- Nice to Meet You
- Thank you for your business
- We’re making it happen
- A friendly reminder
- Happy Anniversary
- Happy Birthday
- Thank you
- You’re invited
There are also holiday templates, seasonal templates, jump-start emails, and newsletter templates for you to utilize as well! Add your logo, and change out the template colors, to create an email design that looks professional, and also personalized towards you and your business.
Upcoming Email Designs:
We’re proud to announce that our email designers are now working on templates specialized for a variety of different industries. Keep an eye out for new templates for real estate, automotive sales, and the mortgage industry.
Do you have a template idea that you’d like to share? Send an email to email@example.com and let us know if there are any template designs that you could see yourself using on a regular basis.
And don’t forget – we offer custom header designs as well! Our email design service assigns a member of our design team to help pair your video emails with a look that is identifiably you! Learn more and check out examples of some custom-made designs on the link attached.
How Do I Find the Professional Email Design That I’m Looking for?
There’s an entire website dedicated to common support questions and answers. We even have a 5-part walk-through that covers all parts of our email composer. To learn how to change your email template, check out part two of the email composer walk-through by following the link attached (hint fast forward to the 40 second mark for a quick tutorial!)