How to Easily Copy Your MailChimp Newsletter to a WordPress Website

Have you ever tried to create a free WordPress website, only to discover it’s almost impossible to find the time to write content for it? You’re not alone. According to HubSpot Blogs’ 2018 Fantasy Blogger Survey, 66% of respondents said they don’t have enough content for their blogs, and 40% said they don’t have enough time to write meaningful posts. When you’re tired of trying to create enough content to match what’s available on your MailChimp account, it’s time to take a hard look at your options.

You might be tempted to try using an automated RSS feed to copy everything from your MailChimp account to your WordPress site. While this can work, it’s not the most ideal solution. Why? Because the content you’re copying isn’t necessarily valuable to your audience, and it can also end up being spammy.

Writing compelling content for your blog is vital if you want to attract and retain your audience. To help you nail your next blog post, we’ll outline 3 email marketing plugins that will allow you to easily copy your MailChimp newsletter signups to a WordPress website. We’ll also discuss the pros and cons of each option so you can decide which is right for your situation.

MailChimp to WordPress

If you’ve been paying attention to the email marketing world, you’ll have noticed MailChimp is one of the most popular email marketing platforms. Some people even say it’s a bit creepy that Google and Facebook are so integrated with Gmail and WordPress, respectively, because it feels like Google is reading your email.

Whether you think it’s creepy or not, MailChimp is a great option for anyone looking to quickly and easily set up a blog or website. With a MailChimp account, you can create automated email campaigns that will send a daily, weekly, or monthly newsletter to your audience. You can also use MailChimp to track the performance of your emails, discover which ones are most effective, and optimize them for future use.

Since MailChimp is such a popular email marketing platform with a wide variety of features, it would be a shame to not take advantage of some of them on your blog. Fortunately, thanks to a tool called MailChimp for WordPress, setting up a MailChimp account with an opt-in plugin is as easy as 1-2-3.

Once you’ve installed the plugin, you’ll have the option of either creating an email list using a form or entering an existing list (like you get from your MailChimp account).

You can also choose to have these emails sent to your WordPress site’s dashboard, a different email address, or a drip campaign that will send a series of emails to your audience over time.

WooCommerce SnatchET / eCommerce Templates

If you’re someone who sells a lot of products online, you might want to consider trying WooCommerce. WooCommerce is a free and open-source ecommerce platform that’s completely compatible with WordPress.

One of the reasons why WooCommerce is such a popular ecommerce solution is because it’s extremely easy to use. Simply install the plugin and you’re good to go. From there, you can create your online store using a drag-and-drop interface that’s similar to Shopify and other ecommerce platforms.

Once your store is finished, you can take advantage of WooCommerce’s built-in features to start marketing your store. These features allow you to create email campaigns, gain website traffic, and even take orders from your store.

One of the great things about WooCommerce is that it offers a variety of pre-made templates to make setting up your store quick and easy. If you decide that one of the templates doesn’t suit your needs, you can always customize it to fit your needs.

CrazyEgg

If you’ve tried Shopify and other ecommerce solutions, you’ll know that they don’t always have the most user-friendly user interfaces. For people who are less tech-savvy or simply don’t have the time to learn how to integrate their store with a new platform, CrazyEgg is for them.

CrazyEgg simplifies ecommerce by allowing users to create online stores with all the necessary details already included. The best part is that all these options are completely free and there are no contracts or hidden fees. Using CrazyEgg is as easy as 1-2-3.

If you decide that one of the store templates doesn’t suit your needs, you can always customize it to fit your needs. And there’s also a variety of add-ons available that can make your life easier when setting up your store, like Google Analytics and WooCommerce compatibility.

Final Takeaway

Based on your needs, there’s a fantastic email marketing solution for you. Do you need a simple platform that you can use to quickly set up a blog or website? You can’t go wrong with MailChimp. Do you need a more robust solution that offers a variety of features? Choose WooCommerce. Do you need something that’s completely free? Try CrazyEgg. And last but not least, if you’re looking for an all-in-one solution, check out HubSpot Blogs.