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So one of the big mistakes that I see a lot of people making is actually not focusing on building their email list. I think there is a misconception that goes around that thinks, oh it’s not important and a lot of focus and attention is on getting more followers on social media, but there is a huge problem with that.

You don’t own those communication channels. And that’s why I always encourage entrepreneurs, website owners, and video influencers to be building an email list cause it gives you an opportunity to get in front of the community that you’re building, despite what happens with the social media platform.

So one of the biggest keys to building a successful business is building an email list, but it can be challenging. So in this tutorial, I’m going to be sharing my top 5 WordPress Newsletter and Email Subscription Plugins to build your email list fast.

#1. MailChimp plugin for WordPress

The MailChimp for WordPress plugin connects your WordPress site with your MailChimp account. It allows you to add the various super effective signup methods to your site, subscribing visitors to your MailChimp lists. You can create user-friendly and mobile-optimized sign up forms where everything can be customized to your liking. These subscribe forms can then be shown in your posts, pages, widget areas or any other position on your site. Another huge part of MailChimp for WordPress is the ability to integrate with other forms or plugins on your site.

#2. MyMail – Email Newsletter Plugin for WordPress

This plugin allows you to run your email list from your website. This means you only have to pay the one-off fee for the software and you have no ongoing monthly charges which you would have with third-party applications. But to say that, I will warn you that this obviously uses resources of the website and therefore I don’t think you can hold tens of thousands of newsletters on such a system and have your website working properly.

#3. OptinMonster

Optinmonster allows you to easily create forms to capture emails, deliver coupons, and other dynamic content to your visitors in a way that really converts. Here are ways to start engaging more potential customers. Their well-designed templates grab your visitor’s attention sharing your targeted ad message. Floating bars attached to the bottom of your visitor’s screen and scroll with them. Slide in scroll box forms appears at the bottom right corner as the user scrolls down your website. So you can grow your email list without seeming too pushy.

#4. Bloom

boomBoom is a WordPress plugin that makes it extremely easy to add beautiful, customizable forms anywhere on your website and integrate those forms with the most popular email marketing systems available. There’s never been a better time to start building your list. Boom comes with various opt-in types. Utilize big and beautiful pop-ups or perhaps a more subtle flying ad opt-in forms below your posts, pages, in your sidebar or footer or even use the locked content form to require visitors to subscribe to your list before accessing premium content.

#5. The NewsLetter Plugin

It is one of the top-notch newsletter plugins available for WordPress that permits you to begin gathering email opt-ins and in the process develop your email list. You can reserve your site visitor’s email address right on the site which can be later transferred to a mailing provider of your preference if you desire to with the aid of this amazing WordPress plugin. You have the option to automatically add new email opt-ins to your list each time someone puts their email into the form.

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