The Seven Deadly Sins Of Web Design

The Seven Deadly Sins Of Web Design

Designing a well-built website is more than just pretty colors & fonts. There are do’s and don’ts that you need to be aware of. If you spot these don’ts on your own website I’m hoping you will recognize and fix immediately. It will benefit you, your readers, your pageviews and your followers.

#1 FONTS

Fonts that are too small or too light are a pain. I wear glasses and there are times that I can’t even read a piece of content because I literally can not see the font. Compose great headlines, write interesting content and use headline fonts that can grab attention. Also, line-height is an important factor. Give your text room! Big sections on content can overwhelm. Keep sentences & paragraphs short,

Think about it as an elevator. What do you do when the elevator door opens and it’s packed

#2 MOVING SLIDERS

A year or two moving sliders were all the rage, but as with everything else we began to see the drawbacks immediately. Slower sites, annoying movement or site bloat. Today moving sliders are so 2018 and if you’re still using them stop it!

#3 TOO MANY ADS

Listen, you’re never going to get rich running ads on your website BUT they can cost you big time. Site speed is so important these days and ads slow your site WAY DOWN! Not only that they’re annoying when there are so many you can hardly find the content. I assure you, your readers won’t. They will click off faster than you can say WAIT What?

#4 CONTENT OVERLOAD

I know it’s hard to create compelling content consistently (that’s a lot of c’s), but when you use long sentences and even longer paragraphs I can guarantee nobody is going to be reading it. People skim, they no longer read.

The best way to get more eyes on your content and lower that bounce rate is to write short complete sentences. Small paragraphs (no more than five sentences but even better three). Use your headlines correctly and space out your content so that it is easy to read quickly.

#5 BAD IMAGERY

As a designer, I think that imagery is so underrated. In my opinion, it’s the most important part of your content. Finding the right images isn’t easy but with loads of free stock photo sites, it’s a lot easier than before.

Think about your piece of content and find images that say what you mean. By that I mean if you write a post about blogging don’t use an image of a national park or if you’re a food blogger don’t use images that are money-related. I wrote the Essential Stock Image Guide that will show you what to use and where to find them.

#6 CONFUSING CONTENT

This is a little harder to explain, but what I mean is stay within your niche. If you’re a food blogger don’t suddenly throw in a travel piece. Or if you’re a travel blogger don’t suddenly start writing about crafting. It confuses your readers and a confused reader won’t be engaged.

I get it writing about the same things day after day gets boring and there are ways to incorporate different aspects. Maybe as a food blogger, you could write about the food in a city you just visited. Recreate the recipes or even build on it. If you’re a travel blogger write about the culture and display items of local color.

#7 COLOR & FONT HOARDING

This one is a constant fight. I get bored easily and changing things up keeps your site fresh and interesting BUT you can overdo it. Believe me, I can be the Queen of overdoing it. Using the wrong fonts in the wrong places or using too many different font types. Never use cursive in your main content. I seldom use serifs either just because it’s harder to read. A good crisp sans-serif is a great idea for your main font.

Limit yourself to no more than two different ones. You can always use different weights to help your content stand out. The more fonts the slower your site and the more confusing it can be to your reader. #thestruggleisreal

The same thing with color. Limits people! I never use more than three colors and seldom use that many. A good accent color and another to stand out against the rest. Any more can be confusing and choosing your color combinations is important.

It should be based on research for your niche and of course something that you AND your readers will relate to. Color psychology is real and it’s a very important step in the design process. For more information check out this post.

 

BONUS TIP

You should treat your website like the piece of prime real estate that it is. What I mean about is this;

When Google reads a website it goes from left to right just as you would read a book. So it stands to reason that the top left part of your website will be the most important space on the whole site. I’ve made a little illustration to show you exactly what I mean.

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Two Google Analytics Filters Everyone Entrepreneur Should Know About

Two Google Analytics Filters Everyone Entrepreneur Should Know About

Every blogger knows just how difficult it is to build a successful blog. There are so many things that you have to learn about that most people don’t even consider. Things like:

  • Creating graphics
  • Understanding email marketing
  • Social media
  • Branding

and that list goes on and on and on. You know the old joke:

How many hats does an entrepreneur where? ANSWER: All of them!

One thing that isn’t often talked about but is definitely a necessity is analytics. If you do affiliate marketing, sponsored posts or make money off of your site in any way you need to know the stats behind it.

Things like pageviews, unique visitors, bounce rates. Terms like this usually invoke either 1. Your eyes glaze over and you skim the rest of the article or 2. Confusion about what it all means.

Today, I’m going to show you two Google Analytic filters that every blogger should be using as well.

Filters are a way of weeding out the events that you don’t want in your final counts. The first of which is the IP filter. What does this mean? You need to be filtering out your own IP address so that you are not counted along with your other stats. Why you ask? Because without this particular filter you won’t get an accurate picture of how your site is doing.

So, together we’re going to set up an IP filter. It’s really simple so don’t panic!

The next filter we’re going to set up is to keep your analytics from being hijacked. In the video below I show you exactly how to set up both filters.

How can someone hijack your analytics? Well, there’s a little known way of finding out anyone’s GA code. It’s very simple.

  1. Go to your website.
  2. Right-click your mouse.
  3. Choose “Page Source”.
  4. Hit CTRL + F for the find command and type in GA.
  5. Scroll down and you’ll see your own GA code.

There isn’t a way to hide them from this view so the only thing you can do is to add a filter that will keep your GA code safe from hijacking.

Go into your GA account, click on ADMIN>>Filters. Add a new filter and then choose “CREATE NEW FILTER” and give it a name that you will remember.

Scroll down and hit “CUSTOM” and then check the “Include” button. In the dropdown choose HOSTNAME and in the box below type in YOURDOMAINNAME.COM & click save! It’s that easy.

Need a little more help? Try this video I made to show you how to quickly filter out your IP address and including only your own hostname.

Have questions? Let me know in the comments below!

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Women In Biz #8 Esther Zimmer

Women In Biz #8 Esther Zimmer

 

Welcome to the eighth in our “Women In Biz All Around WordPress” feature that will run the 1st Sunday of every month. It’s a new series where we spotlight amazing women and the ways in which they have used WordPress to spread their message, sell their products, or provide valuable services.

The hope is to inspire other midlife women to build their online businesses and find what we’re all looking for; financial freedom, a lifestyle they love, and excitement they may have been missing! All of these women are current or former clients of mine who have inspired me over the years and I think they will inspire you as well.

This month, I have a special treat for you!

Esther Zimmer is one of the kindest women I know. She’s a truth-teller & has a way of putting into words what we all feel sometimes as either the grown women in our mirrors or the little girls in our hearts.

She doesn’t send newsletters, no way, not Esther. She sends love letters and that’s exactly what they are. Each month, I look forward to what amounts to an email from a much-loved friend on the other side of the pond.

Let me introduce to you, Esther Zimmer!

Tell us a little bit about you

I’m an Australian living in London with my American husband, David. Some say this makes my life complicated, I say it makes it interesting. I’m childless by choice, worked in corporate communications for over 20 years, as a personal stylist for three and almost seven years ago I started my self-directed recovery from disordered eating because I was tired of feeling like I was constantly at war with my body and food, and feeling alone and ashamed. I’d lived that way for almost 30 years.

Through my recovery, I wrote a far more powerful story for myself and I consider this to be one of my greatest achievements. Today I don’t diet and I love my body, but I’m still a work-in-progress; I fall over, I get back up, I’m constantly becoming and evolving and growing and I love that so much.

I recently spent a year on an incredible cycling adventure. David and I rode our bicycles from Turkey to Thailand (with the occasional plane, train, and automobile ride thrown in) and without an iota of cycle touring experience between us. It was one of the best things we’ve ever done!

Since May of 2019 I’ve been back in London, a city I was hoping I wouldn’t return to, at least not to live. However, here I am, so I’m treating my return as an opportunity to have a do-over, to live the London life I didn’t truly give myself permission to live my first 17 years here. I believe life is a precious gift and we must embrace the moment we’re in.

So, right now I’m looking at my life and figuring out exactly what my do-over looks like, whilst writing my first book – a travel memoir – consulting part-time and creating a gorgeous vision for the next iteration of my business. My best moments in life are the ones spent with the people I love.

What made you first decide to build a blog or website? How long have you had your site? 

I first started blogging in the summer of 2013 when I left a corporate career in communications to do what many people dream about: I launched my own business – as a personal stylist. My intention was to use that blog as a way to showcase my own personal style and styling skills. However, I soon discovered I wasn’t that interested in writing about style from that perspective and in the years I worked in the fashion industry I also became acutely aware of how destructive it is – to people and the planet – styling no longer felt like a fulfilling vocation. At the end of 2016, I closed my consultancy and thus, my blog. My business no longer aligned to my personal values and walking away from everything I’d created was one of the bravest – and best – choices I’ve ever made.

Since then I’ve been writing under my own name at estherzimmer.com because what I did learn from my first foray into blogging is that the writing I share publicly – as opposed to the words I write in my journal – help me figure out what I truly believe in and what’s important to me; it’s also been a great way to achieve closure on certain chapters of my life and at times, to make sense of the world. It’s also led me to connect with some fabulous people!

 

I’ve not been particularly prolific since I started writing under my own name as I’ve been travelling a lot, and maybe I never will be, but 2020 is the year I’m going to get back to writing consistently because I’ll actually be in one place! I have several series planned because I love to write that way – to create a body of work – rather than a random assortment of articles. I’m not sure why that works better for me, but I’ve decided I’m going to focus more on the things that feel good in my writing and my work from now on. Also, I’ll be using it as a way to showcase my writing when I start looking for an editor and later, a publisher for my book.

What is your niche?

My audience is typically women 45 and older who want to make the rest of their lives, the best of their lives. Women who know they’re not meant to be just one thing; they know they can love camping under the stars and city breaks in five-star hotels, they know they can paint their nails, wear stylish clothes and climb mountains. Women who refuse to choose between all the different, precious pieces of who they are.

I write a regular, personal essay series (newsletter) called “Truth & Clues” where I share the truth about my life a woman in her 40s who’s still trying to figure out her place in the world, and the clues I’m following as I take one step forward, followed by the next. I write about things I was taught not to talk about: Ambition, fears, mental health, menstruation, menopause, money, sex…you get the idea.

I write for women like me; women who long for human stories, the ones that make us feel a little less alone. If this resonates with you, please do subscribe at estherzimmer.com!

Of all of your blog posts or pages on your site which is your favorite?

I love this question because some people seem to consider it arrogant if you claim to love your own writing! But if you don’t love it, how can you expect anyone else to? So, I have two favourites, “Leaving London: Nothing is Wasted” because I made a lot of mistakes the first 17 years I lived in London and writing such a deeply personal piece helped me to close the chapter on those mistakes and view them as lessons instead.

The Jewels that are Buried Deep Within You” is my other favourite because journaling has been the foundation for everything I’ve created in my life. This blog post also came about after an afternoon of shopping in Hanoi when I picked up an exact version of a notebook I’d purchased six years before in London. You’ll have to read the blog post to see why that was a moment that took my breath away!What is your favorite social media platform and why?

I frequently feel like I’m a bit of an anomaly when it comes to social media. I love it (and met one of my most precious girlfriends through Instagram) but I don’t love the amount of time it takes up. I don’t hesitate to step back from using it if I feel like social media is taking time away from actually living my life. To be honest, I’ve not been active on any of my social media channels the past few months. I’m currently in the process of deciding what, how and when I’m going to use it going forward.

Also, I prefer to create a feeling of community and connection rather than having someone feeling like they’re just another face in the crowd, and this seems to be easier for me to achieve via email. I receive the most beautiful emails from my subscribers, have been offered some fabulous opportunities as a result of the personal stories I share and have met and become friends with readers from other countries, either because I’ve been visiting their part of the world, or they’ve been visiting mine.

I don’t like the word “newsletter” though, that feels so impersonal to me. I call my updates “personal essays” because that’s exactly what they are. I’m so tired of all the clichéd, everything-needs-to-be-a-lesson, self-help that’s being peddled right now. I want to know about the state of your heart, that’s what makes me feel a connection with you and if you have a business, buy from you.

Do you find WordPress easy to maneuver or do you avoid the back end like the plague?

If I apply myself I find it “reasonably easy” to manoeuvre, but I don’t enjoy figuring out the technical side of things. I often insist on doing everything myself though – because I am a closet control freak – but one of my resolutions for 2020 is to spend less time on things I don’t love, so I can spend more time on things I do. This means handing over “some” control! However, Rena is one of the best people I’ve worked with and has restored my faith in trusting others to do things they’re far better at – and more passionate about – than I am.

Is your site a business that makes money or a passion that makes your heart sing?

I’m not currently making money from my site so I guess that makes it a passion project. I’ve never been interested in advertising or doing paid or sponsored posts, however, but I do believe we get to choose what feels right for us individually. That’s just never felt right for me. Up until recently, I was selling an online course and I want to create more of those.

If you use your site for business what do you sell or what service do you provide?

I’m not selling anything right now as I’m expanding and updating the content of my first online course, which is designed to help you develop a journaling practice. I’m also in the early stages of creating two new online courses for 2020; one will guide you through “future writing”, a powerful writing practice I use in my own life. The other one is a course on how to style yourself, because what I learnt from my years as a stylist is that so many women struggle with this one thing we all have to do every damn day – get dressed – and that breaks my heart.

What is one thing you’d like people to know about you?

I care deeply about animal conservation – with a particular focus on elephant conservation – I worked as a volunteer at Elephant Nature Park (ENP) in Thailand earlier this year and I’m a UK Ambassador for ENP. Over 10 million tourists ride elephants in Thailand each year, but in order for an elephant to be tamed so it can be ridden, it literally has to have the wild beaten out of it when it’s just a baby. I recommend watching the documentary, “Love & Bananas”. Standing eye-to-eye with an elephant and feeding it bananas is a far more beautiful experience than sitting on top of one ever could be. It’s an experience that might even change your life forever.

Would you like a little more of Esther? Find her here:

FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | WEBSITE

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We’re Celebrating The Holidays With A Massive Blogging Giveaway

We’re Celebrating The Holidays With A Massive Blogging Giveaway

That’s right! We’re celebrating the holidays a little early this year by having a massive giveaway! Enter for your chance to win a

  1. 1 Year of Web Hosting provided by A2 Hosting & WP Beginner valued at $40.00.
  2. 1 Basic Annual Maintenance Package valued at $149.99
  3. 1 Blog Post Inspiration Deck w/ Ebook.
Enter The @blogging911 holiday giveaway! Three great prizes awarded Dec 1st, 2019 (1) 1 Yr of web hosting (2) Basic Annual Maintenance Plan (3) The Blog Post Inspiration Deck w/ ebook! Click To Tweet

Prizes will be awarded on Dec 1st, 2019

GOOD LUCK!

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One Month With EngageBay & Here Is How It’s Going + A Big Bonus For You!

One Month With EngageBay & Here Is How It’s Going + A Big Bonus For You!

A little over a month ago I cut the cord from MailChimp and turned to a new email service provider called EngageBay. Let me tell you how it’s going!

I am going to say that there is a learning curve but once it’s figured out I see it upping my email game extensively. It’s a totally different experience than what you’ve gotten used to in MailChimp, but with that being said it’s more intuitive, it’s more professional & it’s definitely more creative.

It’s the whole ball of wax in a single platform. Here is a list of packages & the included features. Just look at this list:

$0/month

Marketing
  • 1000 Contacts
  • 1,000 Branded Emails
  • Lists
  • Segmentation
  • Predictive Lead Score
  • Web Forms
  • Web Pop ups
  • Email Templates
  • Email Template Builder
  • Auto Responders
  • Tag Management
  • Social Suite
  • Integrations
  • Reporting Dashboard
  • Custom Fields
  • Live Chat 
  • Video Marketing
  • Facebook Ads
  • Conversational Inbox
  • Notifications
  • Landing Pages
  • Landing Page Builder
  • SSL Enabled for Landing Pages
  • Send Newsletters
  • Email Broadcast
  • Email Sequences
  • API
  • 500 MB File Storage
  • Marketing Automation
  • Site Messaging
  • Email Broadcast A/B Testing
  • Automations/Workflows
  • Nodes (Automation/Workflow)
  • Code your own Landing Page
  • Landing Page A/B Testing
  • Custom Domain for Landing Pages
  • Timezone based email delivery
  • Push Notifications
  • Web Analytics
  • Custom Reporting
  • SSO
  • Role Management
CRM & Sales
  • Contacts & Companies
  • 360 degree contact view
  • Tag Management
  • Deals
  • Tasks
  • Deals pipeline
  • Appointment scheduling
  • User activity
  • File repository
  • Email tracking
  • Email scheduling
  • Email templates
  • Landing pages
  • Gmail integration
  • Outlook integration
  • Office 365 integration
  • Social suite (Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram)
  • Leaderboard
  • Reports Dashboard
  • Predictive Lead Score
  • Multi Deal Tracks
  • Multiple Deal pipelines
  • Calling minutes
  • Call Reports
  • Custom Fields
  • Email scheduling
  • Email Sequences
  • Automations/Workflows
  • Nodes (Automation/Workflow)
  • Timezone Based Delivery
  • Proposals
  • Proposal Analytics
  • Role Management
  • Call Transcripts
  • Call Scripts
  • Custom Reports
  • Goals
  • Account Based Marketing
Service Bay
  • Contact Management
  • Ticketing Management
  • Ticket Views
  • Ticket Macros
  • Groups
  • Group Management
  • Canned Responses
  • Personal Note
  • Customer 360 Degree View
  • Notifications
  • Teams
  • Push Notification
  • Automations/Workflows
  • Nodes (Automation/Workflow)
  • SSO
  • Role Management
Support
  • Email & Chat Support
  • Free Onboarding Sessions
  • Dedicated Account Manager
  • Phone Support

SIGN UP NOW

Basic

$8.99/userper month

Marketing
  • 15,000 Contacts
  • 10,000 Branded Emails
  • Lists
  • Segmentation
  • Lead Score
  • Embed Forms
  • Web Pop ups
  • Email Templates
  • Email Template Builder
  • Auto Responders
  • Tag Management
  • Social Suite
  • Integrations
  • Reporting Dashboard
  • Custom Fields
  • Live Chat 
  • Video Marketing
  • Facebook Ads
  • Conversational Inbox
  • Notifications
  • Landing Pages
  • Landing Page Builder
  • SSL Enabled for Landing Pages
  • Send Newsletters
  • Email Broadcast
  • Email Sequences
  • API
  • 2 GB File Storage
  • Marketing Automation
  • Site Messaging
  • Email Broadcast A/B Testing
  • Automations/Workflows
  • Nodes (Automation/Workflow)
  • Code your own Landing Page
  • Landing Page A/B Testing
  • Custom Domain for Landing Pages
  • Timezone based email delivery
  • Push Notifications
  • Web Analytics
  • Custom Reporting
  • SSO
  • Role Management
CRM & Sales
  • Contacts & Companies
  • 360 degree contact view
  • Tag Management
  • Deals
  • Tasks
  • Deals pipeline
  • Appointment scheduling
  • User activity
  • File repository
  • Email tracking
  • Email scheduling
  • Email templates
  • Landing pages
  • Gmail integration
  • Outlook integration
  • Office 365 integration
  • Social suite (Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram)
  • Leaderboard
  • Reports Dashboard
  • Predictive Lead Score
  • Multiple Deal Tracks
  • Multiple Deal pipelines
  • Calling minutes
  • Call Reports
  • Custom Fields
  • Multi Currency
  • Email Sequences
  • Automations/Workflows
  • Nodes (Automation/Workflow)
  • Timezone Based Delivery
  • Proposals
  • Proposal Analytics
  • Role Management
  • Call Transcripts
  • Call Scripts
  • Custom Reports
  • Goals
  • Account Based Marketing
Service Bay
  • Contact Management
  • Ticketing Management
  • Ticket Views
  • Ticket Macros
  • Groups
  • Group Management
  • Canned Responses
  • Personal Note
  • Customer 360 Degree View
  • Notifications
  • Teams
  • Push Notification
  • Automations/Workflows
  • Nodes (Automation/Workflow)
  • SSO
  • Role Management
Support
  • Email & Chat Support
  • Free Onboarding Sessions
  • Dedicated Account Manager
  • Phone Support

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They have even bigger plans if you need it!

If you’re on my subscriber list you have probably been a couple of crazy newsletters, but once I figured it out I’ve been creating sequences, automation, and creating interest tags. Whether you sign up here ⇒ & if you haven’t you absolutely should or you’re a do it yourself kind of girl and sign up over at Wandering Web Designer it all goes to the same place but different lists and different sequences.

I have three websites and being able to keep all of my lists together in one spot has helped me keep focused and it’s also inspired me to do more with my subscribers.

I know that some of you are ready to break up with MailChimp & I hope this gives you that push!

Not only is Engagebay offering you (my readers) a 10% discount but for a very limited time, I am going to offer to set up your account COMPLETELY FREE if you sign up for a paid account. NOT VALID FOR THE FREE ACCOUNT. USE COUPON CODE: IZ9mC83u

YOU’RE PROBABLY SAYING ARE YOU CRAZY???!!!???

Yes, I am!

WHAT IT INCLUDES:

  1. I will export your subscribers from your current email service provider.
  2. I will import that list into your brand new Engagebay account.
  3. I will set up one RSS campaign (create the blog newsletter).

THIS DEAL WILL NOT BE OFFERED AGAIN SO IF YOU’RE ON THE FENCE SEND ME AN EMAIL (Rena (@)theblogging911.com)WITH ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. Or just fill out the form to the side that says ‘Let’s Talk’!

*This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase a subscription I will earn a small commission that will in no way affect your cost.

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Say Goodbye To MailChimp & Hello To Engagebay The Answer To Your Email Marketing Dreams

Say Goodbye To MailChimp & Hello To Engagebay The Answer To Your Email Marketing Dreams

I know! I know! I never thought I would utter those words, but hey times change and if you don’t change with them you’re left behind in the dust thinking would’a, should’a or could’a. Part of being a successful entrepreneur is being able to be flexible. You have to be able to pivot quickly to stay current.

I’ve used MailChimp for years and I’ve referred many, many clients to them, but since making major changes this year it’s become increasingly clear that it’s not the best choice for email marketing for a small business owner.

One of the very best parts of being in my business (& also a total tech geek) is I sometimes hear from companies who have something different. Businesses who are innovative & what I feel would be an amazing asset to any business, not just my own.

Believe me, I also turn down quite a few.

It's very important for @blogging911 to be the place to find honest information that you need to run your business and become successful in this online world. I need you to be successful for me to be successful whether your client or a… Click To Tweet

So let me recap for the skimmers out there:

MAILCHIMP=BAD                       ENGAGEBAY=GOOD

I’ve been using Engagebay for almost a month now and haven’t even begun to take advantage of all that they offer.

Engagebay Is Email Marketing On Steroids!

Who Actually Uses Email Marketing?

  • Are you a blogger who sends out a newsletter? Guess what you’re an email marketer!
  • Do you sell products or services? You damn well better be an email marketer!
  • Do you have a sales funnel? You are definitely an email marketer?

For years, I’ve touted MailChimp’s simplicity and its features vs. cost ratio. I’ve written tons of blog posts about them, but I cannot in good conscious recommend them anymore because those features that I was so excited about disappeared behind a cloak of upgrades and price increases.

THEN CAME ENGAGEBAY!

For real this company is no joke in the internet marketing arena. I grabbed this in case you want to know more about them:

Unless the software is easy to use, you’ll rarely get anyone to use it.

Most business automation software is klutzy, costly, hard to implement and harder to use. Even if you manage to set up multiple standalone software for separate processes, they will most likely not be able to inter-communicate.

At EngageBay, we take the ease of use issue very seriously – so we developed an integrated marketingsales and support friendly automation (with a free CRM thrown in for good measure) software that’ll make sure everybody in the organization is on the same page and moreover, they love using it. And what is amazing is that this costs much lesser than you’d imagine, so it won’t burn a hole in your pocket. Moreover, even an absolutely non-technical individual can set it up in a few minutes.

We are a young team of dynamic marketers, sales pros and development aces, helped by a very inclusive and dynamic leadership.

Today, over 5,000 companies trust our software to run their businesses. We have places to go yet…

BUT I KNOW YOU! YOU’RE SAYING,

“GET TO THE POINT RENA. WHAT CAN IT DO FOR ME?”

Here is Engagebay pricing compared to MailChimp below.

 

There is so much here that I can’t begin to cover it with this one post, so I thought for this introduction why not get it right from the source!

MY CHALLENGE TO YOU!

Sign up for an account if you’re ready to take your email marketing to the next level! That email sequence, course or challenge you’ve been thinking of creating, or maybe you need to make a pitch to a list of sponsors or even create that sales funnel that will put your business on the map.

HERE IS A MORE IN-DEPTH VIDEO THAT EXPLAINS THE FEATURES WAY BETTER THAN I EVER COULD.

What do you think? Are you ready to up your email marketing game?

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**This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase a subscription I earn a small commission that will in no way affect your cost. I only promote products or services that I use myself or have used in the past and sincerely believe in.

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