Category: List Building

ConvertKit Review 2021 (for Mom Bloggers & Why I Switched from Mailchimp)

Let me guess:

You’ve been blogging for a while, and now you want to start an email list (ConvertKit can help you!) and here’s my Convertkit review for you!

No, wait…

Maybe you aren’t even thinking about an email list, let alone growing it because your main focus at this moment is to generate income from your blog. Well, I’ve got a secret for you – money is in the list.

If you’re a mom blogger, one of the best things you can have is an email list.

You don’t need a product to sell, and you don’t need a lot of popular services or tools to make cool landing pages or opt-in forms (those are the forms where visitors enter their name and email address and in return, usually get a free resource – that you created).

And that’s why this ConvertKit review is super helpful. Using Convertkit means no coding or no hard steps. Everything is there for me from landing page options to different types of optin forms – they got you mama!

Mom bloggers can and should have an email list. Here’s why.

How to Optimize Your Blog to Increase Your Email Subscribers

I know.

You just started a blog, and not only do you have to know how to manage your blog and how to promote your blog, but you also need to know how to increase your email subscribers.

Because let’s face it:

8 Emails You Can Send That Aren’t About Your Latest Blog Post

I’ve been in a funk lately.

I’ve lost my mojo and my creative juices have dried up. But, wait! That can’t happen to a mommy blogger!

As a blogger, we always have to be online and growing our tribe of followers, right?

17 Ways Mommy Bloggers Can Grow Their Email List Overnight

Okay.

Now, I know many new mommy bloggers aren’t even THINKING about an email list. There’s just too many other things to focus on like finding your niche or how to promote your post.

I know! It’s lots.

Increase Your Inbox Open Rates With My Double Dip Trick

It sucks doesn’t it?

You finally have subscribers and you faithfully send out a newsletter every week. But, what ends up happening?

Less than half of your subscribers are actually opening up your emails. And what’s worse, even less are clicking through to your site to read your awesome tips on your blog.

What gives?