Unfortunately, you can’t really just do one process for all modes of sending your newsletter; you’ll need to be willing to create several versions, which will take time. (Part two of two parts.) Continue reading Workflow Options: MailChimp, Newsletters, and PDF Attachments, Part Two
A little background knowledge of why I suggest you do things a certain way will help make more sense of my answers for managing MailChimp, prayer letters, and PDF attachments. (Part one of two parts.) Continue reading How to Manage MailChimp, Newsletters, and PDF Attachments, Part One
If you don’t want spam, never post your email address on the Internet (or in your MailChimp emails). Why You Shouldn’t Post Your Email Address Spammers use computer software to search for the @ sign in order to harvest your email address. (Because … Continue reading Don’t Post Your Email Address on the Internet (or in MailChimp)
If you start sending MailChimp emails from your blog, every email campaign will have a unique and compelling subject line with an attractive “letter” ready to read in the body of your email. Continue reading Sending MailChimp Emails from Your Blog
You have a lot of possibilities for a signup form for your MailChimp subscribers. I also have links to show you how to set up your forms. Continue reading Signup Forms for MailChimp Subscribers
Are Your Partners Receiving Your MailChimp Emails? Are you using MailChimp to send eNewsletters and prayer letters to your financial partners? Like me, you may like several things about MailChimp: it’s helpful for sorting out priority people to contact during support-raising … Continue reading Are Your Partners Receiving Your MailChimp Emails?