Learn how to test your campaign before sending to your audience.
- [Instructor] Anytime you create a campaign, … you want to be sure it appears in your audience's inbox … without any flaws. … The only way to be sure that this is true … is to test it before you actually send it. … I recommend testing every draft campaign before you send it, … and I often send multiple tests … before I get the campaign just right. … So I have a draft e-mail campaign open here. … I'm going to scroll down to where the content box is … and click Send a Test E-mail. … Ideally, you'll want to send a test e-mail to yourself … at one or all of your inbox accounts. … This account has additional users, … so I could send this test to multiple people. … If I'm sending this e-mail test to other people on my team, … I might want to include instructions … to let them know when the e-mail is going to be sent … and what kinds of things I want them to check. … (keyboard clacks) … When I'm ready, I'll click the Send Test button. … After you send a test e-mail, go to your inbox … and see the e-mail the way your audience will see it. …
- Setting up a Mailchimp account
- Adding and importing subscribers
- Creating single and automated email campaigns
- Testing your campaigns
- Creating sign-up forms
- Reviewing campaign results
- Building landing pages
- Designing ads
- Creating social posts
Skill Level Beginner
Managing Email Marketing Lists and Campaignswith Megan Adams1h 21m Intermediate
1. Creating a Mailchimp Audience
Creating an audience3m 57s
2. Creating and Testing Campaigns
3. Advanced Email Campaign Techniques
4. Working with Audiences
5. Engaging Your Audience
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