Embed Images in a Newsletter
MailPoet doesn't allow embedding of images. Why?
- When you attach an image to an email, the size of bytes in the email can increase a lot (up to a few megabytes in size), thus slowing down its delivery.
- Spam filters prefer images that are linked and not attached.
- Forcing the subscriber to load remote stored images help MailPoet track the open rates. Email statistics are calculated via an invisible image called a "beacon", which needs to be loaded by your subscribers to count as an "open" on your stats.
Instead, MailPoet links to images that are on your website. This is the industry-standard method of handling images.