In this quick video I show you how to prevent that the Gmail unclickable link problem / bug can hurt your Email Marketing click conversion rates…
If you found this video after searching for a solution to fix the links in Gmail emails you received from others, please share this video with them so they can prevent the problem in the future.
Update April 28th 2015: Google has fixed this problem since back when I reported about it first, but I noticed that these days, uppercase letters in the domain name part of your links can cause Google to deliver the email into the spam box. So it’s still better not to use uppercase letters in the domain name part of links inside your emails. If you send HTML emails, you can use upper case characters (in the domain name) in the anchor text part, just not in the href of the link.
‘Whatever the mind can conceive and believe… it can achieve.’
Napoleon Hill, Think & Grow Rich
To your success,
P.S. – My good Aussie buddy Walter just launched a cool new email marketing system that will help you grow your list even while sending people to funny YouTube videos. It’s free to join, but I highly recommend to take his one-time offer into serious consideration.