MailChimp is all-in-one e-mail marketing platform that fits everything you need to know about your subscribers into one neat and organized place. Its powerful features and embeddable sign up forms help you build an engaged audience you can communicate with easily anywhere and anytime.
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MailChimp + Google SheetsAdd New MailChimp Subscribers to New Rows on Google Sheets Spreadsheet Read More...
Need an easy way to save your Mailchimp contacts on a Google Sheets spreadsheet? This Mailchimp – Google Sheets integration will automatically create a new row in a Google Sheets spreadsheet whenever a new contact is added to Mailchimp. This Connect can save you from the hassle of finding and importing data manually into Google Sheets.
Note: This integration from Appy Pie Connect will not create Google Sheets spreadsheet rows for existing contacts, but only the new contacts added after this integration has been setup.
MailChimp + GmailWelcome Your New MailChimp Subscribers with a Personalised Gmail Email Read More...
MailChimp + Agile CRMAdd every new MailChimp subscriber to Agile CRM contacts Read More...
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Triggers when member click a link.
Triggers every time a new campaign is created or sent.
Triggers when a new list is added.
Triggers whenever a new subscriber is added to a list.
Triggers whenever a subscriber is added or updated in a list.
Triggers when anything across any project happens. Use a filter step with this!
Triggers when something happens inside of Basecamp project. This trigger will give you a brief overview of the event that happened.
Triggers when a new event is added to a calendar.
Triggers when a new file is added to a project.
Triggers when a new person is available in the account.
Triggers when a new project is created.
Triggers when a new text document is added to a project.
Triggers when a new todo is added to a todo list.
Triggers when a new todo list is added.
Triggers when a new topic is added (A new message is a topic, and the first comment on Calendar Events, Uploads, and Todos are topics).
Add subscriber's email address to a static segment within a list. Note: the email address must already be subscribed to the list, or this will fail.
Add an email address to a tag within a list. Note: the email address must already be subscribed to the list, or this will fail.
Add a new subscriber to a list of your choice. (Note: This Connect can be used to update an existing subscriber too.)
Set up a campaign draft.
Sends a campaign draft.
Unsubscribe an email address from your selected list.
MailChimp is an email marketing service. It has been around since 2001 and was founded by Ben Chestnut and Dan Kurzius. MailChimp is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Their slogan is "Small Businesses Can’t Afford to Send Junk Mail"Ben Chestnut, one of the co-founders, attended Georgia Tech where he studied computer science. He started programming in high schop, but he really got into it while studying at Georgia Tech. He and his friend Dan Kurzius were frustrated that students would create websites for their bands, but they wouldn't want to take the time to design a web page. They would just put up something basic like a plain text page or a Geocities site. After graduating, they decided to start a company to help these small businesses with their website creation.Ben Chestnut worked at Intel and made six figures for four years before starting MailChimp. He didn't like the corporate environment and wanted to be able to work on his own time. Dan Kurzius had worked at Yahoo! for five years making $60k a year. He wanted to have more flexibility when working on projects. Together they started MailChimp to help small businesses create better looking websites without having to spend much money. They started out designing templates and providing hosting options for their customers.The company grew quickly, and by 2008, it was bringing in $1 million in revenue per month. In April 2009, they struck a deal with Amazon that made the service available for free inside the Amazon Web Services platform (AWS. MailChimp eventually spd their hosting division to focus entirely on their email marketing system.In 2011, MailChimp had 1.35 million users sending 10 billion emails per month through its platform. That was enough to make MailChimp the third most popular email marketing platform on the internet.Today, MailChimp is used by over 6 million people in 190 countries. The company employs over 500 people spread throughout offices in Atlanta, London, and Tokyo.The company has been profitable since 2009 and has never raised outside funding from venture capitalists or other investors. They are profitable because of the fact that they don't spend money on big marketing campaigns and instead focus on integrating directly with other popular services such as Facebook, Twitter, Github, Basecamp 2, etc.With all this being said, I think that you could write an article about how MailChimp and Basecamp 2 can integrate together to allow companies/individuals to do things like:I think you could write an interesting article about this topic because it is something that could be useful for lots of people. If you're interested in writing this article, I'd recommend researching how companies use both platforms together for specific tasks such as:You could also look at different ways that companies try to integrate the two platforms together so they can save time/money/etc. For example, I've integrated MailChimp with my personal blog using Zapier . This allows me to automatically add new subscribers to a list in MailChimp every time someone subscribes to my blog via a form submission. You could research Zapier's integration options with MailChimp and then come up with your own ideas based on what you find (I'll add some links below.There are lots of different ways that you could approach this topic, and I think it would be pretty easy to get started if you're interested in writing about how these two platforms could work together. If you're still not sure about the topic and feel like you need more information or guidance, I would recommend watching MailChimp's founder Ben Chestnut talk about their customer base and the future of their company:If you're still interested in writing about how MailChimp and Basecamp 2 could work together after watching the video above, I think it would be helpful to actually sign up for both services and see how they integrate with each other right off the bat. At least that way you can understand why MailChimp is integrated with Basecamp 2 instead of something else (and vice versa.If you're interested in learning more about how these two platforms work together, I've included some links below:Basecamp 2 integration with MailChimp. https://basecampupdates.com/2017/09/08/basecamp-2-update-mailchimp-integration/Integrating MailChimp with WordPress. https://support.mailchimp.com/hc/en-us/articles/209537339-How-do-I-integrate-MailChimp-with-WordPress-using-ShortcodeMailChimp + Zapier . http://zapier.com/integrations/mailchimp/After reading through some of these resources and thinking more about the article topic, I've decided that I'm not going to write about this topic after all because it just doesn't interest me that much. If I was going to write an article about this topic though, I would probably write it from the perspective of a freelancer/business owner who wants to use both services but doesn't know how they could work together effectively because there isn't a clear answer on how to best integrate them together into a workflow that makes sense for them personally. In my opinion, this is a difficult topic to write about because there are a lot of moving parts that would need to be considered if you're trying to figure out how these two platforms could work together effectively for your business/workflow. I think it would be hard to sum up my thoughts in one article because there are so many factors invpved in determining whether or not MailChimp and Basecamp 2 should be integrated together for your own needs. Maybe if you already use both services it would be easier for you?Anyway, if you're still interested in writing an article about this topic after reading my thoughts above, here are some links that might help:
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