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How Wilco Used MailChimp Automation to Release Their New Album

Wilco is celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, but no one can accuse the band of resting on their laurels. This year they’ve played 50 concerts (with more to go), headlined their own music festival, and released a book of concert posters. And that was all before July 17, when they dropped their 9th album as a …

Empower Your Small Business (and Save Money) With MailChimp Experts

We love supporting our small business users and empowering them to succeed. Sometimes it’s as easy as cheering from the sidelines. Other times, folks need a little more help. So back in 2010 we launched the Expert Discount Program. How does it work? Simple: If you need help with account setup, template design, testing, email marketing …

How Automation Helped Little Green Dot Grow

Militza Maury and Ciaran Lyons, the husband-and-wife team behind eco-lifestyle blog Little Green Dot, are always thinking a few steps ahead. But nothing could have prepared them for the runaway success of their email course How to Become a Morning Person, launched earlier this year. Their original goal was to connect with existing readers and reach …

Announcing MailChimp API v3.0

MailChimp’s API has come a long way since its 2007 debut. Two years in, it had nearly 20,000 users. After four years, we were processing 10 million requests per day. Now we handle more than 80 million requests every day from a quarter of a million users. These users are employing the API to subscribe people to …

Sidebar Fills a Design Void With Sharing

Sacha Grief had a problem. "Whenever I wrote tech-oriented blog posts, I would post them to Hacker News to generate traffic and discussion," the French designer—who currently lives in Japan—tells MailChimp. "On the other hand, the design related content didn’t really have a place on its own apart from Twitter." Born out of his frustration was …