It’s the weekend! So to make sure you enjoy it here is a small tutorial on how to find out which web page your users are signing up from. Again increasing the amount of data you are collecting about your readers, by introducing I am hoping to be able to see which posts readers are finding the most useful and so therefore signing up at the bottom of the page. By gaining this information I will be able to gain a better understanding of what type of content the readers want and you can too!
This is a simple task that you can do with breakfast before making the most the of your Saturday.
Today I will be showing you how to create and personalise a Newsletter Page. It’s no big secret that the stronger the brand image the more professional a blog feels, and moving away from the standard Mail Chimp set-up to something more unique and special to your blog will definitely help achieve this!
Along with this we will also be adding a feature which allows you to track where a user that signs up actually came from, for example Twitter or Facebook, and with this information you can employ stronger marketing techniques in the different areas. As well as determine what works and what doesn’t work.
This is quite a simple task which I enjoyed completing, I took my time with it and it actually became quite relaxing just coding and writing away!
Email newsletters help you make sure your readers don’t miss a thing on your blog! They are a handy feature and light reminder to them of your blogs content.
We might not be competing with the likes of Net-a-porter with this email newsletter design but it is getting content out to your readers in a presentable manner that still maintains your brand image and thats the important part!
I completed this tutorial sat in a cafe watching it go from day time to a very dark and gloomy night time, yet even though this tutorial maybe be long, it is not difficult. Get set up with your tea and biscuits again and you are ready to go!