There are several well-known Email Auto mail responders, including Aweber, iContact and Get Response. They are used to automate email distribution Lists for mass email send outs, and to send a series of pre-sequenced, pre-written email send outs and sales funnels.
But all these Email Responders I’ve just listed above, cost money. Their prices range from $14 – $19 a month for their entry level plans.
If you are just starting out, and have a small-ish Email Subscriber list, your blog won’t be making much money, if any, …. yet. It doesn’t make good financial sense to pay over $200 per year in order to use an expensive email automation system, when you only need to send out regular emails to relatively few people. So, a Free Autoresponder would be great for starter blogs. Mailchimp offers a free not-quite-fully-Automated Email-responder.
MailChimp’s ‘Forever Free’ Email Auto Responder Service
With a MailChimp Forever Free Email Account, you can send
Up to 12,000 emails per month to a list of up to 2,000 subscribers
That’s a lot of free emails. MailChimp’s Forever Free is great – I’ve been using it for my Newsletters. It’s really easy to understand.
Once you start getting email Subscribers to your blog, you need some means of organizing the email data you’ve received – your List. MailChimp has a free email marketing software service that allows you to organize and automate the management of your Subscriber Email List. These automated online email services are known as Email Autoresponders. They provide email tools and templates that make it easy to organize everything from simple weekly email Newsletter mail outs, to complicated, email marketing campaigns.
Those marvelous people (your Subscribers), have gone to the trouble of giving you their Contact details because they trust you, and they are interested to get your blog’s Newsletters and Update. Now it’s up to you to to deliver!
MailChimp makes it very easy to do all that. This plugin can start to build your Subscriber List as well as save(integration) list on MailChimp.
Go to WP Subscription ->Autoresponder->MailChimp Settings
Get your mailchimp api from your mailchimp account and enter in to ‘MailChimp API Key’ input box and update setting.
After that you can see all your mailchimp list.
You can set different MailChimp list to different subscription form. all subscription list store on your WordPress site as well as MailChimp list.
So you can create MailChimp list for blog,Special Offers, free gifts, regular Newsletters, insider information etc and assgin different list for different form and shop this for on particular respective page.
Using MailChimp(from MailChimp account) you can send newsletter for those list.
If you don’t want to use this feature then leave this setting as it is.
for set mailchimp list to form refer following link: