Email marketing is the bone of any online or digital marketing based businesses. Nowadays every website has the email subscription options to collect the customer’s email address so that can send the new offers/discounts in your products or services.
In today’s tutorial, I will explain the best email subscribe platform which is 100% free and also not required to enter your credit card information to create an account. If you are looking for any email marketing software, then keep your close attention in this article as I am going to share how to setup Feedburner subscription for your website.
Google Feedburner is the best email marketing software and it is 100% free. It will automatically scan your website every day and send an email to all your subscriber if found any new posts/articles. So let’s start to setup Feedburner account.
Create an account on Google Feedburner with your Gmail account by following the below steps.
Login in Feedburner using your Gmail account username and password. After the login click on the Claim your feeds now button to create Feedburner account.
Now enter your FeedBurner username and password and then enter the captcha code and click on Next button to proceed to the next step.
After that follow the steps after successfully created the FeedBurner account click on the My Feeds link from top right side link. you will see your subscriber list.
Now you can generate the report and see how many subscribers has subscribed your blog today and weekly and monthly basis. Now click on the publicize tab and then click on the Email Subscriptions option from the left menu bar. Click on the Subscription Management and then click on the View Subscriber Details.
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Prem Tiwari is the founder of FreeWebMentor.com and also a professional developer who has vast experience in PHP and open source technologies. Apart from this, he is a blogger by hobby and also he has been a regular speaker of WordPress sessions in various IT Companies. View all posts by Prem Tiwari