Landing pages are one of the most essential tools in your marketing engine. Mailchimp has a free account, and with that free account, you can create free landing pages and you can create as many as you need.
The downside with Mailchimp landing pages compared to a website landing page is that you can’t embed this anywhere on your website. It’s a standalone thing. You send it out on social media, and you can even use the link in future campaign emails.
Using Classic Automation
If some of you are first joining Mailchimp with a free account, you probably won’t see Classic Automation. I don’t know if they’re doing away with it altogether. I’m sure it’s being phased out in favor of the Customer Journeys, which are just like Classic Automations but much more in-depth. If you have a paid account, or if you’re looking to get a paid account, you can check out the Customer Journeys.
You can try using this link to gain access to Classic Automation, (fingers crossed that it works).
If it doesn’t, you’ll have to upgrade to a paid Mailchimp account to get access to Customer Journeys.