So you’ve decided to use Mailchimp to build your tribe? Woohoo!! Exciting, right?
Now it’s time to make the Mailchimp sign up emails look like part of your brand. We don’t want that dull and ordinary looking default Mailchimp look:
What we want is nicely looking and engaging email, perhaps something like this:
Did you had a chance to take a quick peek at the settings?
Do they look a little overwhelming?
Perhaps you are wondering, “How the heck I can make it look like a part of my brand?”
No worries! This is where I will gladly give you a hand.
If you wonder why should you bother?
It`s so important to be consistent with your business branding.
Your branding is a way for people to recognize your business. Be proud, consistent and use it everywhere you can.
When you ask people to sign up to your newsletter or download your free offer it is so important to use your brand assets. This way they will know your are professional, serious and you care how people perceive your business.
I am a very visual person. It’s nothing worst to see … default email marketing sign up box and emails that land in my inbox. To me it proves that this person/business does not care too much how people see it.
Enough moaning … let’s get to work!
Make the Mailchimp sign up emails look beautiful and in line with your business branding!
Let’s dive deep and add your business branding to Mailchimp.
What you will need to make this happen:
- Mailchimp account (and a list)
- Your business branding assets: logo, colors, etc.
- Canva account
- Text for the follow up sequence:
- page after singing up
- confirmation email
- confirmation thank you page
- welcome email
- About 20 minutes of your time.
Let’s get the fun started!
Let me show you how easily and quickly you can make the Mailchimp sign up emails and the list set up look like a part of your business and brand.
Here is a very easy to follow, step-by-step video tutorial for you.
(It’s a little long, I know, but trust me it will be the best 18 minutes spent in your business life, lol)
Watch the tutorial and follow my steps. If you do, I’m sure you will have a beautifly crafted sign up emails very soon. I would love to see them so please take a screen shots and post them below or post the link to your Mailchimp sign up page.
If you get stuck with anything, shout! I’m here to help.
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