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Are You Missing Out on What You Can Do with MailChimp?

When you're building your website, you'll soon come across the dilemma to figure out what the best tool is to use for email marketing. 

If you're just starting out in your online business, the free MailChimp plan is a fantastic tool to start building your mailing list. 

As long as you stay below 2,000 subscribers and 12,000 emails per month, you can use it for free, forever. This is enough to get serious about email marketing before you upgrade to a better plan.

However, as most free tools, the free MailChimp plan has its limitations. It's almost impossible to build a well-designed, conversion focused opt-in form that will get you the right people on your list. 

This is what we're helping with in the newest Thrive University lesson

Read on if you want to get the most out of MailChimp while saving time! 

Learn How to Create an About Page That Boosts Your Conversion Rate

Be honest: How much effort did you actually put into building the About page on your website? Do you even have one? 

The importance of having an about page is underrated.

It's one of the most visited static pages on your website. You might as well do something with this attention.

We've just published our newest Thrive University course that will help you learn the ins and outs of creating a really powerful about page that will get your visitors engaged with your business right away.

Sounds interesting? Keep reading!

6 Smart Ways to Increase Engagement and Sales Using the Thrive Leads Thank You-State

​Are you spoiling this unique opportunity?

Imagine your visitor. He’s reading a blog post, likes what he sees and opts in. He’s enthusiastic, he loves what you’re offering and is even willing to trade his email address to hear more from you in the future.

At this very moment, right after your visitor subscribes, you have something that’s increasingly rare online: undivided attention.

This opens a window of opportunities most online businesses neglect...

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