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archives


Sneaky Tip: Use IF:ARCHIVE to Hide Content

You’ve probably noticed the "view this in your browser" link we include in our templates to take your subscribers to the online archive of your newsletters. It’s pretty handy in case people can’t view the correct version of the email in their email clients, but have you ever wished you could hide that link when …

MailChimp Archive to WordPress Plugin

I’ve been running into a lot of people who are using their blog as their CMS lately, and who want to combine them with MailChimp. I usually recommend they create content in their blog, then publish it to their email list automatically via our RSS-to-email tool. Believe it or not though, there are people with …

Using Facebook Fan Pages and Email

Here’s another quick tip from Aarron. After he sent his wife’s email campaign for Soup Studios (which we just showcased here on our blog), he jumped over to her Facebook Fan Page, selected the "Send an Update to Fans" option: and then sent her fans a link to her campaign archive. If you’re an artist …

Embed Email Archives On Your Website

MailChimp users: you can build a "newsletter archive" page on your website that gets automatically updated whenever you send a new campaign. It’s called the "Campaign Archive Folder" and it’s totally free with every MailChimp account. All you have to do is add a little snippet of code to your web page. Here’s a step-by-step …