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Bonus: Set Up MailChimp

How To Sign Up For MailChimp And Verify Your Domain

Action Plan

Step 1: Sign Up For MailChimp And Configure

Complete The Following Tasks

Visit MailChimp and sign up for a free account.
Log into your account and go to Audience > Manage Audience > Settings > Audience name and defaults.
Adjust the Default from name.
Adjust the Default from email address and make sure it's an email address from your domain name.
We covered how to create email addresses for your domain in an earlier tutorial.
Go to Settings > Audience fields and *|MERGE|* tags.
Any field that's marked Required in MailChimp will need to be added as a field in your opt-in form when you create it using Elementor.
We will cover this more in depth in the next tutorial where we show you how to create opt-in forms with Elementor.
Review the remaining Settings menu options for any additional changes you might want to make.

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Why This Step Is Important

MailChimp is our recommended email marketing service for sending marketing emails to your users. MailChimp will allow you to send newsletters and autoresponders, manage your subscribers, comply with anti-spam laws, ensure deliverability, track engagement, and more. MailChimp is completely free for up to 2,000 contacts on your email list.

Step 2: Verify And Authenticate Your Domain

Complete The Following Tasks

Log into MailChimp and go to Profile > Settings > Domains > Authenticate. You will be copying and pasting this information into your SiteGround account.
Log into SiteGround and go to Site Tools > Domain > DNS Zone Editor.
Create a CNAME record using the values MailChimp provided you (watch our video tutorial for this step).
Create a TXT record in SiteGround using the values MailChimp provided you (watch our video tutorial for this step).
Click Authenticate Domain in MailChimp.
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Why This Step Is Important

Verifying and authenticating your domain will help keep your emails out of spam folders. It will also protect your reputation by ensuring others can’t use your email address without permission.

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All of our tutorials are supported by the small affiliate commission we receive when you purchase SiteGround Hosting and Elementor Pro. We are not associated with SiteGround or Elementor in any way.