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Adding Images to Landing Pages
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Written by Liz Gannes
Updated over a week ago

Images that are relevant to your marketing message can provoke an emotional buying response from your landing page visitors. The images we use on our landing page have the largest impact on our customer’s experience and as a result, our conversion rates.

How to add images to a Landing Page?

Mailmunch enables you to add images to your landing page to help you increase it's effectiveness. Follow the steps below to add images to your landing page:

Step 1: Create a Landing Page.

Step 2: Navigate to the Design step. Drag and drop the Image content block to your desired location on the template.

Step 3: Configure the image settings present in the left menu panel. Click on the Upload Image button to upload a new image. Go to Upload New > Browse Files.

You can also select your image from the image library. Click on the More Images drop-down menu, and select Stock Photos. Browse through the image library, and select an image of your choice.

What are the supported properties of an image in Mailmunch?

  1. Ensure that the image you are uploading does not exceed 500 KB size limit.

  2. Try to maintain a 1:1 aspect ratio as a background image for your landing page, or a row is more ideal for better scaling across the different display devices.

  3. An image added as a background to the body of the landing page behaves differently than a landing page background. Please make sure to add an image as a landing page background.

  4. Logo image will be displayed as per the theme settings. You can add an image box to the landing page, and upload your logo in that box.

Note: The background images are not responsive on mobile devices in the same way as the images added to a text/image field are. This is due to varying aspect ratios/screen sizes. For this reason, we recommend adding important images to a text or dedicated image field, rather than using them as a background image.

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