How to Send Thank You Email to Your Website Subscribers Automatically

You’ve just subscribed to a blog that covers all the latest trends, technology, and news in the world of SEO and marketing. You log in to the website and make your way to the blogs’ dashboard, where you begin to read blog posts about topics that matter most to you. You can’t help but notice the various engagement tools located throughout the site—from social media profiles to email sign-ups to blog roll endorsements. Excited about the potential of this content house to grow your business, you decide to subscribe to the blog. But then you hit a snag. You forgot to express your gratitude to the blogger for providing valuable content. You sign up for the blog and are presented with a form that asks for your name and email address. Then, after you complete the sign-up process, you are presented with a confirmation email containing a link to the new blog. As you are about to click on the confirmation link, you realize that you have just subscribed to this valuable resource and now feel a bit guilty about not saying “thank you” in the first place.

What were you thinking? Did you forget to say thanks because you were already busy subscribing to this content-packed website? Or do you feel that you have so much to say that you don’t have time to form new sentences?

How to send thank you email to your website subscribers automatically.

There are three things that you need to do in order to send thank you emails automatically to your website’s subscribers.

Set Up A List

We’ll start by creating a simple list in Email Marketing Manager, keeping all the details about your email’s content the same except for the message itself. You’ll use the following template to craft your email:

Hi {first name},

Thanks for subscribing to my blog. I thought you might find this article interesting. If you’d like to get exclusive content like this regularly, you can subscribe to my blog and receive my occasional blog posts via email.

Thanks for subscribing!

Your blog is valued by our community at (insert value here) because of its quality content and objective coverage of industry news.

If you’d value our community’s time and attention, please consider making a donation today.

Create An Automated Email

Now that you have a list of subscribers, it’s time to move onto the second step: creating an automated email to be sent out to all of your list’s members on a regular basis.

To do this, you’ll use a tool called “Mass Emailing” from HubSpot. With this tool, you can create automated emails that you can send out to your subscribers with the push of a button. Simply follow the prompts to make one from scratch or choose a pre-made template and modify it to fit your needs. Once you’ve created an automated email, you can deploy it to your list.

Here’s an example of an automated email that you can use to say “thank you” to your blog’s subscribers. First, you’ll want to visit the email marketing manager tool. Then, from the dashboard, click on the “Mass Emailing” icon.

From here, you can choose to either create a new email or choose an email template. If you decide to create a new email, you’ll be presented with the following form:

Title: Your Blog Name(optional)
Blog article: (optional)
Description: (optional)
URL: (optional)
Images: (optional)

Once you’ve entered this information, press the blue “Create” button to continue.

Then, from the left-hand navigation, you’ll see a section called “To” where you can select all the email addresses that you’d like the email to be sent to. Selecting these addresses will automatically populate the “From” field with your email address.

You can add as many email addresses as you’d like to the list before pressing the “Create” button at the bottom of the form.

If you decide to use an existing email template, you’ll be presented with the following form:

Title: (optional)
Blog article: (optional)
Description: (optional)
URL: (optional)
Images: (optional)

Here, you can enter the email addresses of your subscribers. You can use this field to import a list of email addresses from a file or manually enter them.

You’ll then want to fill out the content of the email. Feel free to copy and paste or type out the content already in the template. When you’re finished, press the “Send” button at the bottom of the form to send the email out to your list.

Use A Services To Get The Subscribers’ Details

The last step in creating a thank you email is connecting these emails to a services that knows how to reach out to your blog’s subscribers for you. Using a tool like AWeber to automate the process of connecting your email with the right audience is the simplest way to ensure that you never forget to send out your “thank you” emails.

Why AWeber?

As mentioned earlier, you can use services like Mass Emailing from HubSpot to easily create automated emails to send out to your subscribers. But if you’re looking for a one-stop shop to maintain and grow your email list, AWeber is the tool for you. AWeber offers a free account that allows you to build and manage your email list from one place. With AWeber, you can send out regular emails to keep your subscribers engaged, collect emails to add to your list, and track the open rate and engagement level of each email you send out. Use AWeber to easily create automated emails to send out to your list!


After you’ve said “thank you” a few times in person, it might be difficult to find the right words to actually write the email. But that’s what makes this last step so important: writing the email after you’ve said “thank you” in person.

Writing an email that’s meant to be concise and to the point is tricky. You want to express your appreciation for the person’s time and effort, but you also don’t want to write so much that the person reading it thinks you’re just sending a spam email (you know, the one with the huge pitch at the beginning that tries to sell them something?).

The key is to write the email at just the right length—not too short and not too long. With just the right wording, it’ll be like your colleagues down the hall had a conversation with Jesus Christ and your email was the fruit of their collaboration. What do you think?