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How to Combine Lists in MailChimp via puzzleboxcommunications.com

How to Combine Lists in MailChimp

A common complaint I hear from people who have been using MailChimp to deliver valuable content and manage leads is that it gets really messy to organize their subscribers when they have multiple lists. That’s one of the main reasons keeping your MailChimp account down to one list is a good idea. If you haven’t…

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Offer Multiple Lead Magnets with Just One MailChimp List

Offer Multiple Lead Magnets with Just One MailChimp List

You already know that growing your mailing list is crucial to building your business. And in order to grow your list, you need to offer lead magnets or opt-in incentives that provide good value and build trust. If you’ve been doing this for a little while, chances are you’ve offered multiple lead magnets that satisfy…

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How to deliver your lead magnet to your MailChimp subscriber by puzzleboxcommunications.com

How to Deliver Your Lead Magnet to Your MailChimp Subscribers

MailChimp recently announced that they’re making single opt-in the default setting for sign-up forms. For the most part this is great for users and list owners alike. But if you rely on the double opt-in process to deliver your lead magnet freebie, you’ll need to take a few steps to make sure your freebie is…

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A Hack to Keep Your MailChimp Campaigns from going to Spam, PuzzleBoxCommunications.com

A Hack to Keep Your MailChimp Campaigns from Going to Spam

In my last post I talked about the importance of including your name and business name in the from field of your campaigns so your subscribers can easily recognize you in their inboxes. But what if your emails aren’t landing in their inboxes at all and are going straight to spam? Well, MailChimp has a…

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Is this small detail costing you email subscribers, from puzzleboxcommunications.com

Is this small detail costing you email subscribers?

I’m a lifelong learner. I love finding new ways of doing things both for my business and for personal development. I subscribe to a lot of newsletters. I get a lot of email. And sometimes my inbox can get a little nutty. So when I get an email from “Jenny Smythe” with no company name,…

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