Mailchimp has a really simple means of automating the sending of your blog content as a Campaign (email newsletter); RSS-to-Email. Most blogging services such as WordPress, Blogger, Weebly and Wix automatically create a feed in the form of RSS or Atom. The feed contains the content of your blog … [Read more...] about How does Mailchimp send my blog content?
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So you've imported a list of subscribers into Mailchimp and now you see the following message: Bounce and List Deletion Warning Mailchimp's artificial intelligence system, Omnivore, automatically scanned your recent import. Omnivore flagged the list for having a large number of addresses that may … [Read more...] about What to do about Mailchimp Bounce and List Deletion Warning
I spend an equal amount of my working time on WordPress and Mailchimp related tasks. I'm listed by Mailchimp as an Expert and have worked as a WordPress specialist for quite a few years. It's rare however that I get to work on a technical challenge involving both at the same time. Today however was … [Read more...] about How to get Mailchimp Subscriber Popup working in WordPress
I moved to the Telstra mobile (cell) network (I live in Australia). I was however getting really bad mobile reception at home but managed to find a quick, simple and free fix and now have great reception at home. Before detailing the solution, here is a bit of history. Vodafone to ALDImobile to … [Read more...] about How to fix poor mobile reception, in 10 seconds