Conditional Tags in MailChimp What and How

In this article I tell you what they are and how to use MailChimp conditional tags to show appropriate information to each subscriber. Hello! How are things with you? Good? I hope so! Although, lately… you don’t tell me anything! What’s the matter? “Are you flying with me”? Please no! You know that I am thinking a lot about the issue of comments and I plan to publish a reflection about it. Maybe it’s for my next post or the next one, or the next one, because I have the Christmas greeting pending and another post that I’m sure you’re going to love…

Address you and only you. And period.

Will you let me make you a confession? Yeah? Well first, please, reread the entire introduction block, see if you notice something. Surely yes because I have noticed that you top industry data always keep a watchful eye and don’t miss a thing. TRUE? Yes, I know! Good. Here’s my confession: I hate los/las, os/as, ros/ras (and also ras/ras, although not always) . You know what I mean? I mean that I hate with all my might when you write a text, that you want it to sound more like a one-on-one conversation, direct and close, and you put, to give you an example, “I hope you are satisfied with my article” . Noooooo. That’s it, cagadiña-piña, the connection is broken. “Disgusting barrachicos-barrachicas osing (pa que rhyme).”

Some Tips to write for you

Hehehehe. You have realized? “Tips for writing for yourself.” Hee hee hee. Sounds good doesn’t it? If you have never noticed this and if when reading me you thought I was Phone List right, then let me tell you one thing: “I’m really sorry . ” I am very sorry because from now on you will no longer like to use these generic punches and, believe me, it is not easy to write a text without them . They even come out in your soup, really. I’m telling you, I have written many posts and I have always tried to avoid them using all kinds of tricks.

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