Update your visitors regularly to stay on their radar.
When you aggregate a visitor, you want to keep them! One way to “keep your audience” is by collecting the visitors email address. Now you can reach out to your visitor whenever you might need to.
How to install MailChimp into your WordPress website.
You can integrate a MailChimp pop up on your landing page that ask for the visitors name and email address.
First, you need to go to your dashboard and click plugins so that you can see what available MailChimp plugins there are.
Next, click “Add new” under the “Plugins” tab, you can enter “MailChimp” into the search bar as a keyword. Now you are able to see all the “MailChimp” plugins available for you to integrate into your WordPress web application.
After you search “MailChimp” in the WordPress plugin directory, you will have a list of different MailChimp plugins to choose from that you can install. Each MailChimp plugin offers different features, be sure to read over the different features in order to find the one that best fits your MailChimp needs.
Install, activate, and follow the plugin’s instructions on how use the plugin correctly.
How to use MailChimp in order to engage with visitors.
Collecting your visitors name and email address as a contact and will allow you to reach out to your visitors using email blasts. MailChimp allows you to send email blasts to your contacts. MailChimp allows you to group and categorize contacts so that you can send different email blasts to different groups and categories.
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