Below is the latest list of 3578 domains and subdomains from which MailChimp sends campaign emails to subscribers. This list is useful if you’ve received a marketing email and what to identify the sending service or alternately if you want to add the domains and sub-domains to your email application whitelist (so that, for example, […]
Using groups in MailChimp lists makes managing subscribers with varying interests simple. For example your local library may send out different email newsletters containing news of the latest library events and newest books in the library. It’s clumsy and difficult to have a list for each of the interest groups so having a single list […]
When analyzing customer email subscriber lists for import into MailChimp I always look if email addresses are catch-all (also called accept-all). MailChimp treats these email addresses the same way that role-based email addresses are considered; low deliverability. Getting omnivore warnings and need help? Get help! Catch-all email addresses are those setup to accept messages sent […]
MailChimp provides three different account types; forever free, monthly subscription and pay as you go. These are all self-explanatory and the best plan to use is determined by the functionality you require as well as the number of subscribers you have and the volume of emails (campaigns) you’ll be sending. For example, the Forever Free […]
If you want to change the default button text in your MailChimp subscribe form then watch the instructions in the video below. In just over two minutes learn how to change the default ‘Subscribe to list’ button text.
The free presentation of Introduction to MailChimp for not-for-profit organizations takes place today, 26th May 2015, from 1200 to 1300 Sydney time. This is a Hangouts on Air presentation, will be presented by me (Gary Eckstein, MailChimp Expert) and has been arranged by the Australian Council for International Development. Please join on the event page or […]