Posted by Amanda on Jul 31, 2009
In MailChimp v4.2, we’ve added a number of list import options, including Google Docs, Google Contacts and Google Forms. Google Forms is a powerful and free tool that you can use to quickly and easily create a custom signup form that links directly to your MailChimp account.
Posted by Ben on Jul 23, 2009
There are so many integrations with MailChimp, managing them can be tough. So we created a new “Integrations Dashboard” under your Account page.
Posted by Amanda on Jul 15, 2009
In the latest MailChimp upgrade we developed an easy way for you to add a table of contents to your newsletter. The * | MC:TOC | * dynamic merge tag works by pulling anything from your email that is formatted as Title text, and displaying it as an ordered list complete with bullet points. Each …
Posted by Amanda on Jul 14, 2009
In MailChimp v4.2, you now have the ability to segment your list by ZIP code. When you set up your campaign and choose the list you want to send to, you’ll want to click on the “send to a segment of list” option. Then select Address from the left-most drop down menu and then “is …
Posted by Ben on Jul 14, 2009
MailChimp worked with the folks at CrowdFavorite to create a Google Analytics plugin just for Wordpress.