Set up your MailChimp in 3 easy steps.

You must have a marketing plan in place to keep in contact with you clients, potential clients, and team members. Not everyone is on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Emails are still an effective way to increase your customer retention percentage.

One main part of marketing is repetition.

Do you have a monthly newsletter?

How do you inform your clients about new information about your company? Remember, just because you posted it in Facebook doesn’t mean they saw it in your timeline.

MailChimp is free to use.

Is it really free forever?

It sure is. As long as you’ve got fewer than 2,000 subscribers across all lists in your account, you can send up to 12,000 emails per month without paying us a dime. We won’t even ask for a credit card. – Mailchimp.com

Why should I upgrade to a paid account?

As a paying customer, you can send more than 12,000 emails a month, access additional features, and remove MailChimp’s badge from your campaign footers.

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Setting up your MailChimp 1st Campaign

Step 1: Create A List or group. I have  list of Loyal Customer, Potential Clients, and Distributors email addresses

Step 2: Fill out your Campaign Info. Email Subject, from name, social networking links etc.

Step 3: Create a templated email. It’s as easy as drag and drop your new information and images.

and SEND!

Make sure you review your plain text email. This will automatically be generated for you after you create your html campaign. Some people emails send html emals directly to their spam box.

MailChimp also gives your client the option to view your email in plain text or html (images).

Get Started with Mail Chimp Here

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