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  • Abigail November 28, 2017

    This article help you to understand what is Mailchimp, how to use it, how to integrate in into WordPress Site.
    This article consist of following things

    • Why i need to do so?
    • How can i do it myself without impacting website.
    • Difficulty Level {Easy, Medium, High}
    • Total Time Consumed
    • Related Plugins

    Why i need to do so?

    MailChimp helps you design email newsletters, share them on social networks, and track your results. It’s like your own personal publishing platform. What I Say: MailChimp is an email sending and marketing platform, That has an easy to use web interface, AND SPAM Control services help you stay white- listed.
    Main feature of Mailchimp

    • Social Network Integration
    • Templates
    • A/B Split Testing
    • Google Analytics
    • Inbox Inspector
    • Auto Responders
    • Groups / Segments
    • Automated Blast, Drip, and Nurture Campaigns
    • Blast Campaign
    • Newsletter
    • Drip Campaign
    •  One email occasionally with a specific purpose
    •  Nurture Campaign
    • Develop a relationship or trust with recipients
    • Education
    • How to best use your services
    • How to use one of your products u Squeeze Pages POTENTIAL USES

    Getting Started with MailChimp

    To connect MailChimp to your WordPress site, the first thing you will need is a MailChimp account.
    Visit the MailChimp website and click on the ‘Signup Free’ button.
    Fill in your email and create a username / password for your account

    Once you are signed in, you will be redirected to your MailChimp dashboard.

    Creating Your First Email List
    The first thing you need to do in your MailChimp account is setup an email list. On your MailChimp dashboard, click on ‘Create A List’ button.

    You will be asked to provide information like the name for your email list, an email address where users can reply to, a reminder for people how they got on your list, etc. Fill the form and click on the Save button.That’s all, you have successfully created your first email list. Now you need to connect your email list to your WordPress, so your website visitors can subscribe.
    Now Download and Install Plugin MailChimp List Subscribe Form

    Open Mailchimp Setting

    After opening this setup it would ask to fill API Key Once you entered correct API Keys

    Click your profile name to expand the Account Panel, and choose Account.

    Click the Extras menu and choose APIkeys.

    Create API
    Now Add this API to your WordPress Plugin dashboard, also create a list before setting APIYour List has been imported

    After that open widget and add widget to add subscription form

    You can also take code from mailchimp and add this to your site

    Adding MailChimp Email Signup Forms in WordPress
    MailChimp comes with a built-in basic subscription form. All you need to do is go to the Lists page in your MailChimp account. Next click on the downward arrow button next to your email list and select sign up forms.

    On the next page, you will see some of the form types you can generate. You need to click on the select button next to Embedded Forms.
    You will be taken to a settings page where you can choose what fields you want to show in your form, adjust form width and other options. When you are done, simply copy the embed code.

    Now you need to visit your WordPress admin dashboard and click on Appearance » Widgets. Add a Text widget to a WordPress sidebar and paste the signup form code inside it.

    After adding code
    open site  looks similar to this , you can add css for beautify layout

    Difficulty Level {Easy, Medium, High}


    Total Time Consumed

    Article Name
    Explore how to install mailchimp in wordpress?
    MailChimp helps you design email newsletters, share them on social networks, and track your results. It's like your own personal publishing platform.
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    WordPress Support

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