Aweber Email Marketing

This is a full tutorial to show you everything you need to know about starting your email marketing with mailchimp. Mailchimp is a popular and free email marketing platform with some powerful features. In this video, I will show you how to:
Create an email list
Create new audiences
manage audiences
manually add subscribers
import subscribers (list as CSV or TXT file upload)
Create an automated email for new subscribers (auto welcome email)
create an automated email for birthdays
create an email campaign
send a test email
build a professional looking email with templates, layouts, and themes
send an email to specific groups within an audience with tags
how to add a tag to an email subscriber
how to use mailchimp to create a landing page
how to change the landing page URL or Domain
how to add an email signup field to wordpress
create a website with mailchimp (basic website builder)
review reports and analytics
create a mailchimp survey
and much more!
I hope you find this video helpful! This tutorial is based on my experience with using mailchimp for my own email marketing purposes and I believe this is everything you need to know to get started with your email marketing campaign


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28 thoughts on “MAILCHIMP TUTORIAL – Email Marketing step by Step for Beginners”
  1. I don’t know why people say Mailchimp is easy to use it has taken me quite a few hours to really get a good handle on this program. I do appreciate your quick run through that helped me to understand more. I would have liked more specifics on setting up an opt in lead magnate -otherwise it was good content delivered clearly and I didn’t have to sit through a long drawn out lessons-much appreciated.

  2. Really helpful. I had no idea how to even begin until watching this. Really clear. One question, how do I bring my logo over to the landing page and emails?

  3. Personalization is very important in email marketing. You should have included in this video tutorial. For example: *|FNAME|”

  4. Hey Mike! Great video, very helpful. I just set all my automated emails, and sign up forms watching this video.

  5. Amazing video. Thank you. Fast, quick to the point. Well done!!

  6. Thank you for posting. This is really practical and specific. I’m ready to get started on Mailchimp!

  7. Thank-you for taking your time to explain MailChimp better, This was really a great help

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  9. I absolutely love the video. Extremely understandable and informative!. Thank you so much!

  10. Super easy to follow! I need to see what else he does tutorials for because this one is great!

  11. Great tutorial.
    A couple of basic questions: 1) Can the Survey be placed into a template, or is it a dedicated email all it’s own? 2) I have a web-builder with a Form element – I can use that to collect a subscriber data list -or- am I best to use the MailChimp Form by coping the code to on my site? I’m guessing the later sends subscriber data directly to my MailChip where I can manager it, the former I’m guessing that I have to collect the data and import that to MailChimp myself. 3) Does MailChimp automatically suppress emails that are Undelivered so that in the next mail-out they are overlooked? 4) Can MailChimp identify if the email goes to spam or trash?

  12. Thank you for your great work, it saves a lot of my time, short but enough information and very helpful.

  13. Good tutorial. I learned a lot, however I have to keep pausing it to take notes and follow along. Mailchimp has since updated their website and it takes a minute to figure out where things are. He goes really fast and at times it’s hard to keep up. It’s for beginners so I would go a tab bit slower. Other than that it’s very informative.

  14. Very thorough and easy to follow. I didn’t know about the website option. Thanks!

  15. You made the explanation one by one very well! I don’t care how long it was. I am starting with the mailchimp. Good job!

  16. Hey Mike,
    Amazing video of email marketing. I loved it they way you teach each and everything from basic to advance. Thank you for this video. I would recommend to create a video related to Affiliate Marketing from basic to advance same like this video.

  17. 00:00 Introduction
    02:05 Sign Up
    05:55 Homepage
    08:20 Audience (Homepage)
    10:20 Add Subscriber (Audience)
    11:43 Audience Dashboard
    11:57 Import Contacts
    12:45 Create an Email
    16:13 Design Email Content
    18:08 Email Theme/Template
    26:03 Email Options
    27:12 Email Triggers
    28:00 Welcome Subscriber Campaign
    28:47 Sign Up (Landing Page)
    33:08 Sign Up (Integrated Form)
    36:12 Website (Mailchimp Subdomain)
    37:26 Survey
    38:08 Campaign List
    38:35 Reports
    39:19 Account
    40:41 Goodnight LMAO

  18. Great Video, Thanks Mike.
    I have one complaint that has to do with your screen’s resolution, it’s very high and things appear small and blurry sometimes. I suggest you downscale the resolution or use some software that helps you zoom in and make other animations that make the content more visible, Camtasia for example.

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