Nate

Nate works on MailChimp's Integrations team. He writes how-to documentation and helps our customers better use MailChimp's API.

Featured Integrations: July 2015

We have 800 integrations in our directory, which is awesome—but it can also be overwhelming if you’re just getting started with integrations. There’s so much fantastic stuff there that it’s easy to overlook some very powerful tools. So each month, we like to show off a few great integrations on the directory’s front page. We pick them based on how thorough their …

Watch MailChimp’s Free API Course on Treehouse

A few weeks ago, we released a brand new version of the MailChimp API. It was a pretty drastic departure from previous iterations, rewritten entirely from scratch. And since things were so different, we knew users would have questions about how to perform some of the routine tasks that had become part of their everyday workflows and integrations. One of the important tasks that …

Managing Recurring Payments

Now I Know, Dan Lewis’ popular daily newsletter, drops a factoid into 116,000 inboxes every morning. The main newsletter is free, but Lewis offers an additional weekly newsletter for readers who chip in $5 a month. His weekly newsletter engages a smaller, more specialized audience of superfans, and in turn, their support allows him to keep the whole operation running. Lewis isn’t the only MailChimp …

Adding Goal Tracking to Your WordPress Site

If you’re new to MailChimp (10,000 people sign up a day, so there are a lot of you!), you may have missed it back in October when we debuted Goal, one of our new tracking features. Goal (available for paid accounts) allows you to see which pages your subscribers visit on your website, so you can send them automated follow-up emails based …

MailChimp for Salesforce

We’ve got a whooooole lot of small businesses that start their email marketing programs with MailChimp. They love our easy-to-use interface, our drag-and-drop templates, and especially our free plan. As their company grows, they discover that because of our power features, we grow right along with them. (Ever notice we don’t talk all that much …