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Triggering MailChimp Autoresponders for New Leads

Carter Gilchrist
posted this on October 25, 2010 06:57 PM

Creating Other Autoresponders in MailChimp

Autoresponder emails give you the ability to automatically send emails to leads at set times, or after specific events have occurred.

There are plenty of reasons why you would want to use an autoresponder:

  • Delivering an ebook
  • Sending an ecourse automatically over days or weeks
  • Offering a product demo or special offer a few days after downloading content
  • Inviting people to download older content they may not have seen
  • many, many more...

For Example: After downloading two of your ebooks Fred now belongs to two groups in the “I Love Chimps Newsletter” list. 1 week later, he receives an email with a 25% discount on your ecourse.

 

Learn how to set up autoresponders in MailChimp »

 

Changing MailChimp’s Default Welcome Email

If you wish to modify the initial email your leads receive then you will need to update the final "welcome" email:

  1. Select your list in MailChimp
  2. Open the Signup Forms tab on the upper right
  3. Select General forms on the left
  4. Open the Forms & response emails drop-down
  5. Select Final “welcome” email:
    mailchimpform.png 
  6. Edit the welcome email to your heart's content!

 That's it! Your leads will now receive a customized Welcome email when signing up to your list.

 

Changing MailChimp’s Default Confirmation Email

If you wish to modify the initial email your leads receive then you will need to update the Final "Welcome" email:

  1. Select your list in MailChimp
  2. Open the Signup Forms tab on the upper right
  3. Select General forms on the left
  4. Open the Forms & response emails drop-down
  5. Select Opt-in confirmation email:
    optin.png 
  6. Edit the confirmation email to your heart's content!

 That's it! Your leads will now receive a customized confirmation email when signing up to your list.

 

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