If you’re a blogger, you probably spend a lot of time in your inbox. It’s the unspoken rule of collaborations, keeping in touch with your fellow bloggers and email subscribers or keeping current with industry newsletters.
I’ve been there! But, fortunately, I found a few tools to make it easier to manage both my inbox and my email list. Here are my favorite email marketing and management tools and what I use them for:
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From automatic follow-up emails to tracking to see who opened my emails and mass campaigns, GMass does it all for me. This free Google Chrome extension is perfect for busy bloggers, affiliate managers and those who do influencer marketing.
This saves me a lot of time when I have to email a large number of people and I can even personalize what I sent based on the recipient. And the best part is that it merges with your Gmail account so you can access and use its features right from your inbox.
Speaking of free tools, Grammarly is a must-have tool for every blogger out there because there’s nothing worse than sending a collaboration pitch and figuring out that your email had 3 spelling mistakes.
This tool will underline in red ever grammatical or spelling error you make when typing online and give you the correct version with just one click. It’s definitely one of the tools I use the most as English is not my native language, but thanks to Grammarly, I have the confidence to write blog posts and emails without any worry.
I send tons of emails each day and I want them to be memorable. Adding an email signature with my picture, my title and a link to my website lets people know what I’m all about.
Wise Stamp is an online email signature generator that easily connects with your email software and allows you to add cool features in your signature such as: a link to your latest blog post, your Instagram feed, social media follow buttons and much much more.
Want to start collecting email addresses from your blog, grow your list and start using your email as a way to market yourself? There is no better platform than Mailerlite to do it!
It’s free until you reach 1,000 subscribers and you get to use amazing features such as: automation, list segmentation, pop-ups, landing pages. Read my post about Why Bloggers Need An Email List to understand the power of email marketing and read this post to find out how to start and grow your email list!
Landing pages are brilliant for experience email marketers that have a freebie they want to deliver to their readers in exchange for their email addresses. If you don’t want to spend thousands of dollars on a program that hosts your landing pages, you can easily build your own in WordPress with the help of these templates.
I even use landing pages to showcase and sell my digital products and I am amazed by how easy they are to set up, once you have access to basic templates that you can work on top of.
Are there any email marketing and management tools that you use? List them in the comment section below and let’s keep this conversation going.
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