10 thoughts on “How to Set Up a Newsletter Sign Up form with MailChimp

  1. I’ve been pondering a newsletter, it was one of those things my publisher encouraged; however, I’ve yet to get started on it. Thanks for the “know how.” I’ll definitely be back to put it to use.

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  2. You are putting me to shame and seem to be getting on so well with publicity. I’m learning lots from you. I’m going to file this article so that I can refer to it again. I think it will be very useful.

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    • I’m so grateful for all you do to help me so if this helps you a little bit, I’m glad 🙂 I hope it works when you try it out but give me a shout if it doesn’t. Thank you for reading every week and for taking the time to comment and to share xx

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  3. It’s so good of you to share this information Julie. I’ve read a few marketing books that encourage you to put a mailing list opt-in on your WordPress blog but none of them explain how to do it so this is really useful. I’ll definitely be giving this a try once I clear my client workload. 🙂

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    • I’m glad you found it helpful 🙂 I’m no expert by any means but I found Mailchimp worked quite well. I’m not totally sure about the ‘Follow this Blog’ button but I think it just gives you the addresses which you can then import to something like Mailchimp. You don’t get the same flexibility with a free WordPress site as you do with something paid.

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