Mutual clients of Listrak and Curalate can add Like2Buy and FanReel content to their HTML and Composer emails using a dynamic image URL provided by Curalate. Get started by following the below steps.

1. Contact your Account Manager at Curalate for your API key. Let them know what image feed you wish to include.

  • Like2Buy Feed + Fan Reel
  • Like2Buy Only
  • Fan Reel Only

2. Copy and paste the below link into a notepad:

https://api-2.curalate.com/v1/media/[APIKey]/images/top?offset=0&width=400&height=400

3. Replace [APIKey] with your APIKey.

You have now created a dynamic image that will update automatically as new images are tagged in Curalate. You are now ready to add images to either Composer or HTML emails.

ADDING CURALATE GALLERIES TO LISTRAK COMPOSER

1. Drag and drop a three-column structure onto the canvas.
2. Select a mobile stacking option.
3. Drag and drop three image elements into the above structure.
4. Click Image Source for the first image.
5. Replace [APIKey] with your API Key.
6. Paste the below link into the Image Source.

https://api-2.curalate.com/v1/media/[APIKey]/images/top?offset=0&width=400&height=400

7. Click Image Source for the second image.
8. Replace [APIKey] with your API Key.
9. Paste this into the Image Source.

https://api-2.curalate.com/v1/media/[APIKey]/images/top?offset=1&width=400&height=400

10. Click Image Source for the third image.
11. Replace [APIKey] with your API Key.
12. Paste this into the Image Source.

https://api-2.curalate.com/v1/media/[APIKey]/images/top?offset=2&width=400&height=400

Optionally, you can also hyperlink the images to your Instagram feed, shoppable feed, or back to your website. When the email is opened, it will be dynamically updated with the newest images tagged in your account.

In the above example, we added a simple three image gallery strip. You can use this same URL to add up to 10 Curalate images to your email. Notice that the offset=0 goes up 1 for each image like this: offset=1, offset=2, etc.

You can also control the height and width of the images by updating the URL. By default, the images are set to 400 pixels by 400 pixels. Curalate will intelligently crop your images when you change these dimensions.

ADDING CURALATE GALLERIES TO HTML EMAILS

In HTML, use the dynamic image in the src="" tag of an image like this:

<img alt "Our Social Gallery" src="https://api-2.curalate.com/v1/media/[APIKey]/images/top?offset=0&width=400&height=400" />

Notice that you can control the width and height of the image within the dynamic URL. By default, the width is set to 400 pixels and the height is set to 400 pixels. Curalate will intelligently crop your images when you change these dimensions.

You can add up to 10 Curalate images by incrementally changing the offset for each image.

First Image: offset=0

<img alt "Our Social Gallery" src="https://api-2.curalate.com/v1/media/[APIKey]/images/top?offset=0&width=400&height=400" />

Second Image: offset=1

<img alt "Our Social Gallery" src="https://api-2.curalate.com/v1/media/[APIKey]/images/top?offset=1&width=400&height=400" />

Third Image: offset=2

<img alt "Our Social Gallery" src="https://api-2.curalate.com/v1/media/[APIKey]/images/top?offset=2&width=400&height=400" />
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