Today’s post is based on previous tutorials I shared a while back about integrating WordPress and Mailchimp.
In short, one of the actions that small businesses fail to execute when launching a website is not setting up a newsletter subscription form to capture visitor email addresses.
This action is a missed opportunity in so many ways to say the least. Let me explain.
I can’t tell you how many times customers call and email in need of search marketing services to increase their website traffic and GET MORE CUSTOMERS.
Most tell me, “I need you to help us get better rankings and more traffic to our website, so we can get more customers.”
That’s true in one sense, yet when I question those businesses about how they’re capitalizing on existing traffic, there’s no answer or not a clear answer.
A customer’s email address is the golden jackpot as it pertains to establishing and growing your business. Once you have customers opted in to your newsletter subscription list, you now have a known audience.
But what if I don’t have time or staff to generate a consistent newsletter?
Why should I or my business waste time when we energy could be spent elsewhere on growing the business?
These are valid questions, yet these are the very statements and excuses that are keeping businesses from growing and gaining new customer opportunities.
Your business doesn’t need to hire full-time staff to collect email addresses, and you don’t need a newsletter either.
If you’re not familiar with how easy it is to add a newsletter subscription to your website, then I suggest you take a read and review of the tutorials links listed below.
- Integrating WP Popup and Mailchimp to Create a Growing Mailing List
- Email WordPress Blog Posts Using Mailchimp RSS Driven Campaign
- Adding WP Popup Plugin Shortcode To Website – Part II
That said, today’s tutorial addresses the question of about how to synchronize WordPress users to Mailchimp newsletter subscription list(s).
It can be quite labor intensive to manually attempt to keep your Mailchimp newsletter subscription lists in sync with your WordPress website users. And that’s only speaking in regards to having a few hundred users/subscribers, and not thousands.
Fortunately, a simple WordPress plugin allows user synchronize between a WordPress website and Mailchimp account.
Although I won’t cover or discuss it in this tutorial, you can freely code your own synchronization should you not use WordPress to host your website.
Nevertheless, I encourage you to watch the video tutorial below and harness the power of automation to simplify the process of keeping your Mailchimp newsletter subscription lists in sync with your WordPress website users.
Let me know if you questions/comments by simply dropping me a comment below.