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Getting started πŸ‘Ά - part 1: the technical set up
Getting started πŸ‘Ά - part 1: the technical set up

Most important steps to launch your first campaign on lemlist

Updated over a week ago

Heeeeey lemlister! πŸ‘‹

We're thrilled to welcome you to our family ❀️

We know you can do it all on your own 🦾
..but we wanted to hold your hand through the entire onboarding so we’ve prepared a quick little guide to get you started and to show you all the cool things you can do in lemlist. πŸ€“

Let’s dive in 🏊

1️⃣ Set up your account

πŸ—’ NOTE:

Please note that on lemlist you have two types of email addresses:
➑ login - used only for login + invoices will be sent to your login email address
➑ email provider - email address linked under the email provider section is the one you are going to use for sending campaigns

And yes the login email can be different from the email provider connected. πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ

⚑️ Link lemlist to your email provider in a matter of seconds from the lemlist dashboard page:

⚑️ It’s a good idea to set up your signature and use the {{signature}} variable to add it to any campaign ✍️

⚑️ Maximize your email deliverability by setting up your DNS.

Please note that this setup needs to be done from your email provider side but on lemlist you are able to check if your DNS settings are configured well.
If checks are showing DKIM, DMARC, and SPF green - you are good to go 😎

Having a custom tracking domain (CTD), an SPF, A DMARC and a DKIM is mandatory for lemlist to work and for your deliverability to stay top-notch whatever you do.

We know, it doesn’t sound sexy but YOU REALLY NEED THIS. πŸ‘Œ

Plus, your CTD allows you to track your campaigns' click rate!

πŸ‘‰ Learn how to create your CTD.

πŸ‘‰ Learn how to set up DMARC, SPF and DKIM.

πŸ“– Check our available free eBooks:

⚑️ To get the best deliverability ever, don't forget to use our deliverability booster πŸ”₯

Ready for the fun part?

Check our article to now learn how to create your first campaign.

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