When you start your business, you want potential customers to know who you are, what you have to offer, and how to make a purchase. Mailchimp’s website features help you introduce yourself to the world while staying in touch with your audience.
In this article, you'll learn about websites in Mailchimp.
Things to know
Custom HTML, iframes, and merge tags aren’t compatible with your Mailchimp website at this time.
In this section, we'll go over the tools you have to build and manage your website.
About the website dashboard
Our website dashboard gives you an overview of all of your individual web pages. Here, you can change your website's domain and update tracking settings to collect information about site visitors. You can also access a report on your website's performance and the website builder. If you no longer want a website in Mailchimp, you can delete it from the dashboard.
About the website builder
The website builder lets you quickly style, edit, and add additional pages to your website as needed. Use the placeholder text and images we provide in your page layouts to help guide your design. Add or remove different sections to achieve the right look for each web page.
If you want to choose your website's colors and fonts, visit the Styles menu. You can select from the palettes we've designed to look good on your website, or create a custom set of colors on your own. Choose between curated font pairings that support the look and feel of your business.
By accessing the Pages menu you can create new web pages. They will be linked in your website's navigation bar by default, but you can choose to hide them if you want. You can add links to other websites, like Facebook or Instagram, to your navigation bar too.
If you want to rearrange the pages and links in your website's navigation bar, you can drag them into the order you like. After you create a page, you can edit it's URL, SEO and social sharing settings.
How to use your website
Here are some ideas on how you can use your website to promote your business or project and grow your audience.
Tell your story
Give your audience a glimpse into your business’s origins. Let your visitors know how you’ve gotten to where you are today
Share important details about your business
Give visitors information on how to contact you and show them what your customers are saying about your product or service.
Add a signup form to your layout so site visitors can easily subscribe to your email marketing.
Promote your published website
After you publish, use emails, social posts, ads, and other channels to drive site traffic.
Ready to create a website in Mailchimp? Here are some resources to help you get started.
Manage Your Website in Mailchimp
After your website is up and running, you may want to update or add to your existing content. We’ll give insight into more tools to help you grow your online presence and create interest in your brand.
About Website Reports
See what kinds of metrics you can collect about your website in Mailchimp when your visitors interact with your content.
Have a question?
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