How to Connect MailChimp to Wix

If you are using Wix as your website builder, you may be looking for an effective way to integrate an email marketing system (such as MailChimp) with your website.

Luckily, connecting MailChimp to Wix is now easier than ever. In this blog post, we will explain how to connect the two platforms and discuss the advantages of doing so.

Connect MailChimp to Wix

MailChimp provides a number of features and tools for creating campaigns and growing your email list that works seamlessly with Wix. Here are the steps you need to take in order to connect the two platforms:

  1. Sign up for a Mailchimp Account
  2. Link Your Mailchimp and Wix Accounts
  3. Copy and Paste Wix Code for Mailchimp Signup Forms
  4. Add a Subscription Pop-Up Form to Your Website
  5. Create RSS-Driven Campaigns in MailChimp from Your Wix Blogs

Signing up for a MailChimp Account

First, you’ll need to create a MailChimp account if you don’t already have one. You can sign up for an account on the homepage, or sign in if you already have an existing account.

Once your account has been created, you’ll be able to access all the features of MailChimp from within your Wix platform.

Linking MailChimp and Wix Accounts

Once you have created a Mailchimp account, you will need to link it with your existing Wix site. To do this, go to the “Apps” tab in your dashboard, then select “Integrations”.

Click on “Mailchimp” and follow the prompts given onscreen until both accounts are linked securely together. This process may take several minutes but is relatively straightforward once completed successfully!

Copy and Paste Wix Code for MailChimp Signup Forms

Now that your accounts have been securely linked, it’s time to choose which type of form (or forms) you’d like on your website in order to capture new subscribers from visitors who come across it via social media or other links leading them directly there.

Depending on what kind of form best suits your needs (for example maybe single or double opt-in forms), copy the appropriate code from the list provided by MailChimp into Wix’s HTML editor page by selecting paste from the top menu bar.

This will embed this code directly into the HTML page of choice (e.g., home page).

Adding a Subscription Pop-Up Form to Your Website

Another option when connecting Mailchimp with Wix websites is adding subscription popup forms as a layer over existing pages or widgets.

Allowing users who visit the website limited viewing space while they enter their information into data fields provided before they continue browsing or being redirected elsewhere if they decide not to the close pop-up window itself after entering the information required by the owner or operator.

These can easily be set up using the same interface present within the integration settings section when both accounts were connected above & require minimal input before they become active online widgets displayed within the webpage itself!

Create RSS-Driven Campaigns in MailChimp From Your Wix Blogs

Wix provides RSS feeds tailored to each blog post that makes it easy to build custom campaigns in mailing services like MailChimp. To use the tool, simply click on the RSS pairing icon found in the upper right-hand corner of the settings page under the ‘campaigns’ navigation tab located at the bottom left side of the navigation bar, and the process automatically begins.

This tool is especially helpful as it can quickly and accurately extract data from posts to guarantee that subscribers receive consistent, precisely targeted info that drives leads and conversions to meet end-user goals.


By following these steps, anyone can easily connect their existing website built with Wix with MailChimp’s powerful email marketing platform.

Whether they would like use simple embedded forms to capture subscribers double opt-in popups increase visibility add custom rss feeds campaign creation possibilities available nearly limitless when these platforms combine!


David Cross

David is the chief editor at WebHostingMedia right from the beginning. He has a great passion for building and managing websites and creating helpful content. He is also interested in programming - currently learning python.