There are some pretty amazing tools out there to break down your newsletter or blog post for your Twitter feed, but what if you're better at short-form content and still want to grow an email list? In this tutorial I'll walk you through how to use your tweets to build your weekly newsletter.
Tools needed for this learning path:
Time to complete: 30 minutes
Built by: Sara
In this short tutorial, we guide you through building and exporting your email template in Mailchimp's campaign builder. You'll need a Mailchimp account to complete these steps.
Learn how to set up your first Airtable base and populate it with the columns you'll need to generate your tweet newsletter. Make sure you have an Airtable account before you begin.
In this tutorial, we show you step-by-step how to create a Zapier zap to connect Airtable and Twitter, to automatically pull in tweets to your Airtable base. You'll need a Zapier account if you don't have one already, and a Twitter account populated with tweets.
Once you've set up your Airtable base and connected it to Twitter, you can use this tutorial to correctly set up your custom Mailchimp email campaign in Zapier so that it pulls through correctly in Mailchimp.
We show you:
You'll need about 5 minutes to complete this tutorial.
This is the final step in setting up an automated weekly newsletter using tweets and Mailchimp. We guide you through reviewing your newsletter in Mailchimp and adding in extras, plus you'll learn about the many options to set up to send your newsletter to your audience via Zapier or directly in Mailchimp.
If you want to control when your tweet newsletter sends—for example, weekly rather than daily—you can use Zapier to add a delay based on a rule you choose. In this tutorial we walk you through this optional step, which completes this tool-path.