1. Select "Manager" on the top toolbar
2. Select "Email Campaigns" from the side bar
3. Click "Edit" on your email campaign to open it
Add all the content of the campaign. Where you want to have a person click on a link to download a document simply add some words like "Download Here" as normal text.
Now highlight the text you want to make a downloadable link.
With the text highlighted click on the link creation tool.
Instead of making a hyperlink to a website you will be making a hyperlink to a document on the server. Click the "Browse Server" button.
The file browser will open, either select a file that is already loaded to your file server or upload one by clicking on the "Upload File" button.
The upload file box will appear. Click on the "Browse File" button to browse your personal computer for the file you want to upload and then upload the file buy selecting it.
Once you've selected the file from your computer, click the "Upload Now" button and the file will start to upload to the server.
The new file will be in your file browser. Select the new file by clicking on the checkmark all the way to the right of the file.
This is an important step. The link creator will create what is called a relative URL. This is a URL that does not have your domain name in front of it. In email campaigns you need to make sure that you add your domain name in front of the link. This will allow an email reader the ability to click a link that goes to your domain. Add your URL in front of the link by clicking and typing the URL without the http:// in front of it.
As you can see we've added our hyperlink in this example to show you exactly how you should type it.
You will notice that the "Download Here" text is now highlighted. Make sure to "Save Campaign".
You can test your link by clicking on the preview icon on the toolbar. It will open the email campaign body into a new window. Click on the link and see if the document starts to download. If it does you are probably finished.
IMPORTANT: We highly recommend that you test downloading the document by sending yourself a test campaign before sending to your audience to ensure that the download does work. 90% of the time the problem will be that you forgot to add your domain name in front of the link and this will make it impossible for the file to be downloaded.