When sending a Mailchimp campaign, with your email address as one of the recipients, your campaign may appear in your junk email folder. In Gmail, you may even receive a warning that the email message may have been sent from someone purporting to be you (i.e. spoofing). Below I discuss how to avoid this warning […]
Archives for March 2019
Are you using Font Awesome in your WordPress website and have noticed that some icons don’t display in Firefox? I noticed exactly the same today where icon fonts showed perfectly in Chrome and Edge browsers but there was a flashing question mark in place of the icons in Firefox. Why Font Awesome doesn’t work with […]
The third Mailchimp Meetup in Brisbane was held last night, 12 March 2019. Thanks to all those that attended. What we covered In last nights event we covered what’s new in Mailchimp in addition to having a demonstration of how landing pages, lists and automated email campaigns are setup. There were lots of general Mailchimp […]
A client that is learning Mailchimp using my online class asked a question about why I recommend a maximum of 20% text on any image when sending an email marketing campaign. Below is the email exchange. Why Maximum 20% Text on an Image? Here is the question I received from my Mailchimp class attendee: Thanks […]
Want more subscribers? It is quick and easy to add a Mailchimp signup form to your WordPress website.
On moving from Google Inbox to Gmail I have been very frustrated with the need, in Gmail, to set a signature multiple times. For example I need to set a signature on my PC and on my Android devices. I change my signature often so this duplication of tasks is annoying. Set a Global Gmail […]