Top 5 things to double check before sending out an email blast

Created by Haley Corina Anthonisen, Modified on Wed, 05 Mar 2014 at 04:48 PM by Haley Corina Anthonisen

  1. Check to see if your MailChimp subscribers have been updated recently. You'll likely only need to do this if you received a new list of subscribers since your last campaign. If MailChimp is connected to a email signup webform and that is the only way subscribers get added, there is no need to update. 
  2. Synchronize your groups. Once you know any new subscribers have been added to your Mailchimp groups, make sure your groups are synchronized with MailChimp. (We released an update that makes this easier!)
  3. Double check the post date of the email blast to ensure it is the correct date, since this will show at the top of the email. 
  4. Double check sending information. Make sure the information in the From name, From email address (email address must be a verified domain in MailChimp) are correct. They show up in the recipients' inboxes and you'll want to make sure they are accurate. 
  5. Send test blasts to yourself and a colleague to double check for delivery success, spelling or grammar errors, layout issues, etc.

Following these steps will ensure a great Bundle & Blast® experience!  :)

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