Hello and welcome! If you are like many new bloggers, you set up your email auto-responder and welcome series and then never looked at it again. Uh oh. You may be leaving money on the table. Today I want to encourage to you to take my
7 Day Auto-Responder Audit
Each day during the 7 Day Auto-Responder Audit, you will receive an email with an actionable strategy that you can implement that day.
The actionable tips and strategies will help you find the holes in your welcome series that may be causing people to unsubscribe right away as well as make sure that you are getting the most benefit from the work that you are doing to retain quality subscribers and potential customers. If part of that system is not working well, then we should fix it!
Day 1: Sign up for your own list
Day 2: Look at your lead magnet
Day 3: Review your download/thank you page
Day 4: Is your welcome email welcoming?
Day 5: Are your messages serving your customers?
Day 6: Are your messages serving you?
Day 7: Create a plan for the future
Try my 7 Day Auto-Responder Audit today, and then go through it again once or twice a year to keep things running smoothly for you and your subscribers!
If you are considering a new Email Service Provider, than I would like to recommend MailerLite because they have all the great features of higher priced ESP’s like ConvertKit.
Campaigns: Which is what I use to send out my weekly hand-written email, which is what I recommend, for the personal touch.
You can also set up RSS campaigns that will automatically send out your latest blog posts.
Ways to segment your subscribers
Forms: Landing pages, pop-up boxes and embedded forms for all your lead capture needs.
Automation: This is how you set up your welcome series of emails.
Depending on your niche, you may be able to just use this and not bother with campaigns. That would mean that all subscribers would get every email starting at number 1 and going forward.
MailerLite also has all the data for these options as well as linking to Google Analytics for any campaign or email project that you are doing.
Check open rates, click rates, unsubscribes and more from each of the tabs on the dashboard page.
Dashboard shows you last sent campaign, number of new subscribers, number of subscribers from last month, and how many emails you have sent out (total), campaign stats for the current and past two months (more information is available, this is just the main dashboard stats).
Also current automations and forms use. Phew! That is a lot for a free program!
Summer is the slow time for blog traffic because so many people are not at home. Now is the best time to audit your auto-responder and get it ready for the higher traffic of autumn and heading into all the holidays that come up closer to the end of the year.
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*If you blog about blogging and want to join a Pinterest group board, head over to my new group Fearless Bloggers. We are going to keep it small and niched-down for better pin juice from Pinterest.