This post (HOW TO START WITH MAILCHIMP) contains MailChimp rewards links, which means that if you click on one of the links and subscribe to their service. Virtually Nat will receive $30 MailChimp rewards and more importantly, so will you. At no extra cost to yourself!

There are plenty of email marketing services out there. At the moment Gallagher innovations is powered by MailChimp because it is incredibly user-friendly and FREE for up to 2,000 subscribers. Once we get heavily into affiliate marketing, we may need to switch to AWeber though, since word on the street has it that MailChimp’s affiliate marketing rules are incredibly strict (and restrictive) and AWeber seems to be more geared to affiliate marketers. But for now, we are powered by MailChimp—and for now, we are extremely pleased with the service.

We will often set up a MailChimp account for our clients since they require email signup forms on their websites, but haven’t yet set up an email marketing program. we need this to complete the email signup process. Virtually Nat typically only do a basic set up, though, enough to get the website up and running. Unless they (our clients ) pay us to do the complete setup, including setting up email templates. This means that our clients need to take over their MailChimp account from us and run with it. MailChimp has awesome help, let’s see ‘ HOW TO START WITH MAILCHIMP ?’:

  1. Getting Started with MailChimp
  2. Adding a Single Subscriber to a MailChimp List
  3. Adding Multiple Subscribers to a MailChimp List

We hope you find MailChimp as useful and user-friendly as we do.Incase if you need any help, please feel free to reach out to us!

About The Author

Natalie Gallagher is super-passionate about design, digital marketing (websites, SEO, social media and sales funnels) and helping small and big businesses achieve their online goals wherever they are in their business life-cycle. Natalie is also a wife, a mom to two small children, a stepmom to two older teens and a fur-baby-mom to two rambunctious Labradoodles and a senior-citizen cat, making for a busy household. Other posts by .

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