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How to Make Popup Subscription Forms That Work

Ah, the dreaded popup subscription form. If you’ve spent any amount of time on the internet, you’ve likely encountered more than your fair share. Sometimes it seems they swarm like mosquitoes—swat one away, two more appear. Even if you’re an email marketer, popups likely make your skin crawl. “Given my high standard for user experience, …

Fourth of July Email Marketing Tips

July 4th is just around the corner. If you’re an American, this means you’ll likely spend the weekend gripping a cold beverage in one hand and a small explosive (or 50) in the other. And if you’re an American email marketer, this means…well, it depends. Here at MailChimp, we’re big fans of only sending email when you …

Using MailChimp for Internal Newsletters

Most people think of MailChimp as a way to connect with fans and customers in order to promote their brand or business—in other words, to sell stuff. And while that’s definitely the most common use, there are other useful ways to send email that don’t relate directly to your bottom line. In particular, internal newsletters are a great …

A Few Last Minute Father’s Day Email Inspirations

Father’s Day is this weekend, and if you’re like me, you’re still figuring out what to do for your dad. It would be easy enough to grab a cheesy tie and some whiskey stones, but I’m looking for a gift that’s funny, meaningful, and memorable. If you’re a small business owner, you might be having similar thoughts about …

How an Email Newsletter Launched a Designer’s Career

A few years ago, designer and illustrator Maria Fabrizio was struggling to find her purpose. She’d always been artistic and had earned a BFA at the University of South Carolina and an MFA at Virginia Commonwealth University, then started her own studio. But she was feeling stuck. Then the pope resigned and everything changed. “I …