Marketers know that messaging is much more powerful when it is paired with powerful images. SharpSpring is integrated with Shutterstock, a leading provider of stock photography, so you can conveniently access more than 100 million images right in the SharpSpring email editor. You can use this integration whether or not you have a Shutterstock account. This article will detail how to add Shutterstock images to emails.
The following user roles have access to add Shutterstock images to SharpSpring emails:
- Marketing Managers
- Adding Shutterstock Images: Video Walkthrough
- Adding Shutterstock Images
- Frequently Asked Questions
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Adding Shutterstock Images: Video Walkthrough
The following video will provide information on adding Shutterstock images to emails.
Adding Shutterstock Images
Follow these steps to add images using Shutterstock.
Important: If you selected Shutterstock images but did not purchase, a pop-up will display asking if you want to save anyway. If you do not purchase the images, they will be watermarked preview images only.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I already have a Shutterstock account. Can I still use that in SharpSpring?
A: Yes. You will be prompted to log in to your Shutterstock account when you go to purchase an image.
Q: How does a client access their previously purchased images?
A: Previously purchased images will be in the file manager. The file manager is accessible via the email editor. However, previously purchased images are currently unavailable through landing pages.
Q: Which images will show in the audit log?
A: Purchased images will show in the audit log. These purchases will show when you choose the Media Action filter in the audit log.
Q: If the client buys the image, and the agency pays for it, can the client use the image if they leave the agency?
Q: What size are the images?
A: The images are considered to be medium-sized.
Q: Can we use Shutterstock images as background images?
A: No. However, you can paste the image URL in the background.