Scheduling an email campaign from multiple accounts is useful to easily send a big number of emails in a short amount of time. Read this tutorial to learn how to do that.
1. Prepare your campaign
1.1. Create all your Google accounts
Click the button below to create your Gmail accounts.
If you want to use YAMM with a G Suite account, please read the following article: Create a G Suite account to send 1,500 emails with YAMM
1.2. Open a Chrome session for each of your accounts
Follow the instructions from this article: Send campaigns from / login with multiple accounts
Once you are correctly logged into your accounts on each Chrome session, open the Gmail boxes related to your different accounts.
1.3. Get your contact list ready and share your Google Sheet
Share your spreadsheet to all your accounts as Editor.
1.4. Share your draft to all your accounts
Finally, create your email template in one of your accounts’ Gmail draft. Then to share this draft with all of your other accounts, copy paste the HTML code of the content of your Gmail draft and send it by email to your other accounts.
Learn more on this article: ‘Tips: Share your draft with another account’
2. Schedule your campaign
Activate our scheduling option from each of your account. Here's an example when using two different accounts.
This is the first account.
This is the second account.
Then schedule your mail merge one by one from each of your accounts.
Schedule with your first account.
And with your second account.
YAMM automatically sends your scheduled campaign from one of your accounts. When you don't have enough quota anymore, YAMM switches to another account etc. So in the end, each account will send parts of your campaign one after another one.
3. Track your campaign
Your tracking stats are automatically updated with the right statuses on each of your accounts: Opened, clicked, responded, bounced and unsubscribed.
However, if the number of opened and clicked emails are updated in real-time, you still have to manually open the tracking sidebar from all your accounts to update bounces and responses, as we’re not able to check your other accounts’ Gmail box from one specific account.