AMP FOR EMAIL
Elevate customer experiences with AMP for Email
Create engaging, frictionless experiences by bringing actions into email. Build stronger relationships with your audience. And do it all, easily, with our library of pre-coded, interactive email apps and easy to use AMP email builder.
more click throughs
Reduce clicks to action.
Stand out to your customers.
Increase email performance.
Wondering about AMP email client support?
Don’t worry, all AMP email apps in Dyspatch come pre-loaded with an HTML fallback, so your subscribers always have a good user experience — whether their email client supports AMP or not.
Create AMP emails with ease using our library of pre-coded interactive email apps.
Questions about AMP for Email and Dyspatch?
Yes, Dyspatch is an AMP email builder. All Dyspatch plans come with access to a pre-coded AMP email theme, Lightning. Dyspatch also offers a library of pre-coded interactive AMP email apps that you can drag-and-drop into your templates.
Yes. Dyspatch, an email production platform, can help you create localized AMP content.
Yes. Gmail will only render the AMP layer for 30 days after it’s sent. After 30 days, emails will display the HTML fallback.
Yes. Sixty-five percent of marketers rated the dynamic content in email as their most effective personalization tactic. With AMP, content like weather reports, prices, and webinar dates can update within the email. That means, subscribers will continuously receive live, highly personalized content.
With the Dyspatch AMP email builder, the possibilities are endless. You can add interactive product review forms, surveys, carousels, appointment booking forms, and more to your templates with ease. Browse Dyspatch's interactive AMP email apps here.
There’s no additional cost required to send an AMP email.
Yes, but the person who you forward the email to will only see the HTML fallback.
Previewing and testing is always a good idea, especially when you’re dealing with personalized, interactive, and dynamic emails. For AMP-powered emails, the only way is to send the test message to various email clients, or leverage a platform like Litmus. Before you send an AMP email, you can do a preliminary test on the AMP for Email Playground from Google. This free environment allows you to develop, test, and validate your AMP emails before sending. For more information, click here.