Quick guide into formatting pitched, press-releases, follow-up messages and send outs with markdown.
Use **double asterisks** to make something bold.
Use *single asterisks* or _underscores_ to italicize text.
strikethrough things with ~tildes~.
And yes, you can ~
** * combine all of them ***~. 😊
# Heading 1 (largest)
## Heading 2
### Heading 3
and so forth up to a Heading 6. Notice there is a space after each #.
Create an inline hyperlink using [your text in brackets](followed by the URL in parentheses).
Will result in:
Set up a call with me through Calendly.
![description of image](link to image.jpg)
Put 3 dashes “---” with an empty line before and after
Text here --- Text after horizontal line
Force new line
Add 2 spaces at the end of the line.
Some text This goes on new line because previous line have 2 spaces at the end.
Signature in send-out emails
When you send a press release via send-outs, you can specify a signature that will be added before the unsubscribe link.
This signature need to be set manually only once. After it’s set, it will be used for every send-out.
Here is the sample signature, which you can customize and put into in the send-outs.
First name, Title mobile | +358 55 1234567 email | [email@example.com](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) About company | [example.com](https://example.com)
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