The Why's and How-To's of Building Your First Email List Using Mailchimp
Tuesday, March 25, 2014 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Create and Manage Your Email Lists Using Mailchimp
Your email list will be your number one tool for communicating with your followers. They have signed up for your list because they like your vibe, what you stand for, or want to keep up with you and what you are doing.
Join HandsOn Tech Chicago and technology entrepreneur Jessica Williams for a comprehensive workshop on how to get the most out of your email lists using Mailchimp.
During the workshop, we will cover the following:
- Where to build your list based on factors such as price, interface, email design, sign-up forms and support.
- How to figure out the goals of your email list and ways to interact with your people.
- How to get started with your first account.
- How to create a list, send out a campaign and embed sign up forms on your website.
Get started with your first list and join us for a hands on workshop complete with a Your First List E-Book from techbizgurl.com!
Jessica Williams is a technology consultant and entrepreneur living in Chicago working full time as an Infrastructure Supervisor at McCormick Place. She spends her off hours helping female entrepreneurs build successful online businesses as the founder of Tech Biz Gurl.
Jessica has connected with women of all ages across the globe through social media to shape and grow their businesses into personal dreams come true. In the rare moments she’s not working, you can find Jessica reading, writing, and looking for inspiration in unexpected places (which usually encompasses a great deal of time on Facebook and Twitter or having misadventures around the city).
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HandsOn Tech Chicago
HandsOn Tech Chicago is a program designed to transform how nonprofits use and embrace technology in the Chicago area. Our mission is to increase the effectiveness of the nonprofit sector’s use of technology and ultimately improve outcomes for low-income communities and families.