It is hard to believe that another week has gone by and I am writing volume four of my Task It Newsletter. This week in Volume Four | MailChimp we discuss the change that MailChimp made to it plans. Also found a couple great articles on social media and content calendars! Happy Reading!
Awesome News for MailChimp Users
Total mic drop moment. This week MailChimp announced that they added free automation for all!
This was a huge step for them to add this functionality. This will help out the solopreneurs out there that are just getting started.
Automation was a reason in why I have heard clients select MailerLite over MailChimp.
With email marketing the best way to reach your audience, we are seeing more and more email marketing programs pop up.
With social media constantly changing the algorithm you are never really sure who is going to see your posts. If you build your list you’ll always have an audience.
Here’s a link to my earlier post on MailChimp automation.
Share of the Week
It has a very cool Infographic included that explains all the image sizes for all the Social Media Platforms. It’s nice to just know the sizes that are going to work perfect, saves from needing to figure it out when a template is not available.
Social Media Examiner is always a great place for the latest on social media trends. This past week they blogged on How to Create a Social Media Marketing Content Plan in 7 Steps.
I understand how overwhelming planning all the social media content is. This does a great job of explaining the why you need to do it. Let me know what you think in the comment below!
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Do you wonder why this is necessary? It’s very important to keep your WordPress up to date with all the software updates. This includes backing up your site, updating WordPress and the latest Plugins.