Menus items are subdivisions of menus and can be recognized on site as they display most of the published content. Their creation is done from the Menus section in your site's front-end and should be simple to follow, guided by the required mandatory fields. As some users reported difficulties in figuring out the menu item types (layouts) and choosing the ones suitable for their content, this blog should do nothing more then clear up these notions.
We call them types, even though the first thing that you see is their layouts. But they represent so much more on site. They give the menu item's consistency, layout and even the content to be displayed and used by others, through the choice. It's no wonder their existence defines most pieces of information.
Menu item types are chosen at menu item creation, by clicking the Select button located on the right of the corresponding field. The pop-up that follows displays all available menu item types to be used with in Jentla. Here are the answers to the top reported issues concerning menu item types.
There are many texts that bore the life out of me. Especially the ones delivering holiday greetings - which are mostly written on a similar template, using the same both cheerful and meditative voice! Don't know why some people bother sending a bunch of words that won't be read by anyone. I've heard of some texters that won't even read their own holiday messages, that's how boring they are.
Am kidding, but still, the problem persists: there are millions of mobile users that send millions of messages, without actually saying anything. This happens to many businesses also, who believe SMS marketing is about besetting their subscribers's inboxes, choking them with irrelevant information that doesn't last a minute in their phones.
Setting aside your overall marketing strategy and plans, the best idea would be to write excellent messages.
Here are the best advices I've found online for writing texts that won't hurt when reading.
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