MailChimp Other Advice

Liz Hardwick
Partner/Owner, Trainer and Speaker at DigiEnable
The most important thing with Mailchimp, or any other email service provider, is to spend time checking out the templates and picking and editing one that suits your needs. Make sure your shiny new email newsletter portrays your brand, ethics and style guidelines. When someone opens your email they should immediately know it's from you. We run digital training and SEO for a variety of organisations and businesses, and our Mailchimp and Email Marketing workshops prove very popular, because these participants realise the importance of connecting with their consumers and potential customers, in a clear but engaging and interesting way. Email is the first line of communication, make sure it looks good! View full review »
Blog Manager at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
You need someone that knows how to develop emails. The drag and drop email builder isn't coded to show up properly in Outlook, Notes and the older email clients. View full review »
Evan Dunn
Digital Marketing Practice Lead at a media company with 51-200 employees
The knowledge base (support center) is full of clear, easy-to-follow guides. There are few things you'll need that it can't do. View full review »
Robin Vanderbilt
Technology Adviser at a manufacturing company with 51-200 employees
Thoroughly test the integration if using it with various pieces of software, and be sure to refine your lists with your custom fields from the very start, as it can get complicated further down the track when you need to use automation. If you have clients on statuses or start dates or renewal dates etc., ensure you include these fields as you will likely take advantage of this as you progress. View full review »
Executive Director at a non-profit with 11-50 employees
I appreciate the feedback that MailChimp has provided us. View full review »

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