Event organizers choose Event Espresso for accepting event registrations for conferences, classes, workshops, nonprofit events, and more. Link MailChimp with Event Espresso so your attendees are transferred to a list in MailChimp after they successfully register for your events. Here are other ways that the MailChimp Integration can help you:
– Add an attendee to a group within a list
– Transfer custom registration information from your attendees to MailChimp
And once attendees are in MailChimp, you can keep them in the loop by sending information about an upcoming event, invite attendees to register for more events in the future, or even send them an event survey to get feedback on how to make your next event even better.
What would it mean for you to have an events solution that worked for you around the clock?
Imagine no longer having to deal with paper registrations, hounding people for paper checks, or piecing together a bunch of different products to handle your event registrations. Think about the time that you would save knowing that your event registrations were being taken care of right from your WordPress website.
What would you do with that found time?
Wouldn’t it feel great to know that with your next event, your website could collect attendee registrations, securely process payments, and transfer attendee information to MailChimp for you?
Before your event, you could create an attendee list in just a few clicks from your WordPress dashboard, so you are ready to go for your event. Then continue building a relationship with your attendees by sending emails through MailChimp about events that you are organizing and hosting in the future.
Our event organizers choose MailChimp so they can invite attendees to upcoming events.
Are you already using Event Espresso for your event registrations on your WordPress website? You can purchase the MailChimp Integration for Event Espresso here while logged into your account on EventEspresso.com. You’ll then see MailChimp in your downloads area in the lower right of your account page.
Need a support license for Event Espresso?
Here are the steps to get started with Event Espresso and the MailChimp Integration today.
1) Join other event organizers who trust Event Espresso for their event registrations and purchase a support license for Event Espresso right now
2) Afterward, you’ll be logged into your new account on EventEspresso.com and, a welcome email will be sent to your email address
3) Follow the quick start guide for Event Espresso to get up and running quickly with your events through Event Espresso and MailChimp
An account with MailChimp is required for the MailChimp Integration with Event Espresso. Need an account with MailChimp? Sign up for an account with MailChimp today on MailChimp.com.
Is a WordPress website required?
Event Espresso and the MailChimp Integration extension are both plugins for WordPress so you’ll need a website running WordPress to use them. If you don’t currently have a website, then check out Event Smart where you can create an event registration website and connect MailChimp.
What creates a link between the MailChimp Integration and Event Espresso
The add-on uses an API Key to communicate between Event Espresso and your MailChimp account. It can be found or one can be created in your MailChimp dashboard under Extras and then API Keys.
I have multiple lists in MailChimp. Can I connect different lists in MailChimp to various events?
The MailChimp Integration is flexible, and you can choose the list that an attendee can be added to from the event editor in your WordPress dashboard. This means that you can enable a different list for each event or not enable a list at all. Plus you can use groups which can be thought of as sub-categories within a list.
How does the opt-in process work after an event registration?
If an event is connected to a list through MailChimp from the event editor for Event Espresso, then an attendee will receive an opt-in email from MailChimp after a registration on your website. The attendee can click the button in the email, and they’ll be immediately added to a list on MailChimp.
This is known as “double opt-in” where an attendee/registrant confirms that they want to be added to a list in MailChimp.