7 Ways to Add Your Brand Identity to Act-On Emails with Content Re-Use

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Act-On has many features outside of the Email composer that can help you create an email message styled for your brand in a hurry. Set up these customizations so your marketing team can start messages with pre-styled content, allowing your marketing content to be consistently branded.

Email Headers

Headers usually only include a "view in browser" link at the very top of a message. This is recommended in case contacts are having a hard time viewing a message in their email client. Act-On provides a default header to all accounts. Marketers can create custom headers where for example, some add a logo that links to their website. 

To learn how to make your own email header, see Create Custom Email Headers.

Email Footers

Footers are always included at the bottom of the message. Act-On provides a default footer to all accounts. Marketers can customize this to flow better with their message format.

The Opt-Out link is included in the default footer and must be included in custom footers. 

To learn how to make your own email footer, see Create Custom Email Footers.


Upload your Logo to Act-On so you can easily add it to your emails. 

For instructions, see Add your Logo to your Emails.


Signatures are optional content blocks intended to hold information about the message sender. These can be account-wide or user-specific and are designed outside the message composer under Content > Branding > Signatures.

For instructions to create a signature, see Create and Use Email Signatures.


Stationery wraps around the content you create within the Act-On Message Composer, giving it a default layout and style to build your content. Act-On provides some predefined stationery, however, you can also create your own stationery to use in all of your email designs.

For more information, see Custom Stationery Overview.


Email Templates

Email Templates are a great way to ensure specific branding and design choices are carried forward into future emails. All the above branding and design options can be applied to an Email Template.

For instructions on making your first email template, see Create an Email Template.

Blank Message

Did you know that you can update the styling for the Blank Message? Here, you can choose your custom header, footer, and other design elements like stationery so even blank messages still contain your company's branding.

For full instructions, see Customizing the Blank Message.

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