How to email your blog professionally

Is there a section of subscribe form on your website that collects email addresses? Did you know that you can automatically email your blog posts – without doing anything after you write them?


Automatically email your blog posts
Some people prefer to receive news via email rather than via blogs or an RSS reader.
Emailing your blog posts is important because the majority of your readers will not visit your blog daily, weekly, or monthly to read your posts – they become busy and/or forget. If your readers are unaware that your new, incredible blog post has been published, they may never read it!
The simplest way to notify your readers that you’ve published something new is to send a ‘snippet’ of your blog post via email blast, complete with an attention-grabbing headline, photo, and read more link.

Note: Some people send their entire blog post via email as a result of it being automatic and stress free. However, it should not be like that. If your main target is to increase traffic, you should always be looking to increase traffic to your website by thinking on improving your SEO – search engine optimization. Also, you need to note that a snippet whets the appetite of your audience and encourages them to visit your site and read the entire post!
Mailchimp is one of the most popular tools for sending your blog posts via email.
You may have used Mailchimp previously for a newsletter or special promotional offer, but it isn’t just for this – many people actually use Mailchimp to automatically send out my blog posts via email via an RSS feed to email campaign! It’s so easy and simple, you just have to get acquainted with it.
Once you’ve created an RSS Campaign in Mailchimp, you’re done! But the disadvantage is that setting up an RSS to email campaign can be confusing due to the abundance of options.
If you’re creating an RSS Driven Campaign in Mailchimp on your own, be sure to select RSS Campaign first, followed by one of the template design options – otherwise, Mailchimp will be unable to locate your blog posts when your campaign is scheduled to send. If you were not prompted for your RSS feed address in the first step, you are on the wrong track; restart!
This link will walk you through the process of creating an RSS Campaign on Mailchimp if you want to try it on your own.

Conclusion
If you find yourself get stuck or not being able to move from one process to another? Working your arse off and achieving nothing? Or, if you’re looking for a custom email setup so you can email your blog posts like a pro, this article has make it easier now! Just carefully follow all the processes above.

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