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I’ve used MailChimp, and only MailChimp, since 2011. It completely satisfied everything I needed for my previous coaching business and definitely holds it’s own in my web design business.
I guess, let me back up… I’ve used MailChimp (and only MailChimp) for my business. I’ve worked with several design clients who use ConvertKit, OntraPort, Aweber, etc. where I’ve had to dip into those accounts to tie their mailing list into their website… but at the end of the day, I’m loyal to MailChimp.
It’s the main email marketing software I recommend for all of my clients.
Regardless if they’re getting started or they’re a seasoned coach, MailChimp seems to have worked the best.
It’s simple enough for everyone to understand yet has enough bells and whistles for the advanced pros to set up automated nurture sequences, segmented campaigns or even set up a Facebook or Instagram ad.
Plus, it’s free for your first 2,000 subscribers and 12,000 emails a month.
So if you think you might be ready for the ‘Chimp here’s a simple run through on how to set up your account for the first time and get it ready for new subscribers.
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