600 (+5 New) Email Templates Designed For Mobile

Did you know that about 51% of people open their emails on mobile devices now? Chances are, a lot of your own subscribers fall into that 51%, too.

We’ve talked about mobile email design before, and now it’s even easier to make sure your emails are mobile-friendly for your readers: all of our drag-and-drop email templates for broadcasts and follow up messages are mobile responsive.

The mobile responsive templates automatically resize themselves to fit the screen your subscribers open them on. Your readers won’t have to scroll across their phone screens to read your message if your email is wider than their screen (which can be irritating for smartphone users). This makes your email easier and more enjoyable to read on a small phone screen.

Columns stack under each other to fit thinner screens.

And that can mean more engagement for your emails. Already, emails open on a mobile device have gotten up to 53% more click throughs than emails opened on a desktop computer. And with optimized, responsive templates, you could see your own click rates getting higher as more mobile users can read your full message without scrolling back and forth.

For You: 5 New Mobile Responsive Templates

More AWesome news? We’ve got 5 new mobile responsive email templates for you to try out for the new year. And they’ll look AWesome on screens of any size.

All five templates are in your AWeber account now so you can test out mobile responsive emails for yourself. Or play with our 600+ other templates that are also mobile responsive!

(Note: If you’ve previously customized a template and saved it into “My Templates,” you’ll just need to apply the template again while choosing to “Keep my message content.” Full walkthrough here.)

Don’t have an AWeber account? Try us out for a full month for just $1.

Want To Know More?

Sign up for our webinar on Jan. 29th at 1 (est), where we’ll talk about what mobile responsive means for your email newsletters and some other mobile design tips to keep in mind.

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Now your emails will look AWesome no matter what device your subscribers are reading them on. Have you made your emails mobile-friendly in other ways? What other mobile-friendly marketing do you use?

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  1. Rebekah,

    We used responsive templates for the first time to greet our customers on the new year. The Open rate was 40% more than our other mailers. Also the clients were impressed.

    1/20/2014 1:40 pm
  2. DAM

    Very creative looking template. Those templates will surely attract the visitors.

    1/22/2014 9:26 am
  3. I have been using the simple text-based emails from AWeber and aligned to the left (talk about old school) but I’m definitely looking forward to use some of these new templates to add a little bit of “flair” into them.


    PS. I noticed you wrote awesome as “AWesome” heh, nice touch Rebekah. ;-)

    1/23/2014 2:44 pm
  4. Thanks for the info, Rebekah! We’re going to take the ‘Frederick’ template for a test drive & see how it compares with our current setup.

    Keep up the great work!

    1/31/2014 11:43 pm
  5. Mobile has really changed the way people read e-mails. Now it is no longer about text e-mails but e-mails that are powered with HTML as well.

    2/2/2014 9:49 pm
  6. Are the responsive themes compatible with the blog broadcasts?

    4/9/2014 1:42 am
  7. Responsive design is important thing that a website must have. With increasing number of mobile users one has to have responsive website.

    5/9/2014 7:03 am
  8. It would be really helpful to know where in an AWeber account these can be found. Solution providers should ensure that what is most needed is easy to find or your users are dead in the water before they even get started.

    5/11/2014 5:10 pm
  9. Hi Gail. All 600+ of our email templates are mobile responsive. There’s nothing you have to do to make the mobile responsive. However, there are some best practices you’ll want to keep in mind: http://www.aweber.com/blog/email-marketing/3-tips-for-awesome-mobile-emails.htm. Hope this helps.

    5/12/2014 9:47 am