Oh hayyy. 👋 Alexa here from Team FBP. Bringing you an exciting course update!
We have a ✨ brand new course ✨ for you today, as well as an updated lesson video to help you navigate some updates from a popular social media platform.
Let’s dive in!
New Course: Mailchimp
Mailchimp is an email marketing powerhouse. You can use it to create opt-ins, customize forms, collect data from your email list, design landing pages, and more!
We’re launching a new and improved Mailchimp course today, and it’s jam-packed with walkthroughs and tutorials to help build an audience and create an email strategy that works for you.
In this course, you’ll learn how to build your email list by:
- Setting up a Mailchimp account
- Organizing your audience with groups, segments, and tags
- Creating a welcome automated email and RSS-driven automated emails
- Emailing your audience based on their preferences
- Creating opt-in forms and landing pages
- Adding opt-ins to your website using code and plugins
- And more!
It’s a huge course, and we can’t wait for you to check it out! Here’s to email marketing being actually kinda fun. 😉
Find the full course here: https://www.foodbloggerpro.com/courses/essential-tools/mailchimp/
Updated Video: Pinterest Content Strategy
Pinterest recently updated their recommendations for content creators – they’re emphasizing the importance of ✨fresh✨ content.
But what does that mean for bloggers? Do we need to take new photos for all of our existing recipes?
That’s why we updated our Pinterest Content Strategy video!
This new video now covers some tips and advice that align with Pinterest’s new recommendations so you can feel confident with your Pinterest strategy in 2020.
Check out the updated video here: https://www.foodbloggerpro.com/courses/social-media/pinterest/content-strategy–2/
🎉 As a reminder, Food Blogger Pro courses and tools are available for all Food Blogger Pro members. If you used to be a member, you can rejoin by following these instructions. If you’re not a member, you can join today! 🎉