Mailchimp is one of the most popular email marketing services out there, and with these WordPress plugins for Mailchimp, you can create a tight integration between your WordPress site and Mailchimp so that you can grow your lists in new and interesting ways.
In this post, I’ve collected five WordPress plugins for Mailchimp (with a unique twist), most of which offer a free version so that you can build your list without spending a penny.
Most are 100% dedicated to Mailchimp, while I also had to share a mention of the many popular WordPress form plugins with built-in Mailchimp integrations.
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Five Best WordPress Plugins for Mailchimp Users
Below, I’ll share information on each Mailchimp plugin’s features and pricing. These are in no particular order, and you can benefit from different options depending on your need.
At the end of the article, I’ll offer some tips to help you choose the best Mailchimp WordPress plugin for your needs.
MC4WP, short for Mailchimp for WordPress, is one of the most popular WordPress plugins for Mailchimp users. It’s active on over a million WordPress sites and comes in both a free version as well as a premium version with more features.
There are two ways that you can use MC4WP.
First, you can use it to create your own dedicated Mailchimp WordPress forms. The free version only lets you create a single opt-in form, while the premium version lets you create unlimited forms, along with styling them using a style builder.
Second, you can add a Mailchimp integration to other parts of your site. For example, you can add a Mailchimp subscribe option to:
These integrations help you grow your Mailchimp lists with more than just dedicated email opt-in forms.
If you’re running an eCommerce store, the premium version also adds a dedicated WooCommerce integration that lets you see which products your subscribers purchase and create segments based on buying behavior.
The premium version also adds analytics to help you find your best-converting forms and pages.
You can try the free version at WordPress.org. After that, the paid version starts at $59 for use on a single site.
This article was written by Colin Newcomer and originally published on Learn WordPress with WPLift.