About Connected Sites

When you connect your store or website to MailChimp, you can view and manage your integration on the Connected Sites page in your account. This allows you to quickly review your list settings, create pop-up forms to grow your audience, or use MailChimp’s powerful e-commerce automations.

In this article, you’ll learn about the Connected Sites page in MailChimp.

Before You Start

  • The Connected Sites page supports MailChimp for Shopify, MailChimp for Magento, MailChimp for WooCommerce, MailChimp for PrestaShop, MailChimp for BigCommerce, and custom website connections.
  • If you want to connect a different e-commerce platform, browse our Integrations Directory.

Access Connected Sites

The Connected Sites page in your account is where you’ll access and manage the sites and platforms that share data with your MailChimp account.

To access the Connected Sites page, follow these steps.

  1. Click your profile name, and choose Account.
    Cursor clicks profile name and chooses account.
  2. Click Connected Sites.
    Cursor clicks Connected Sites tab.

From here, you’ll choose to connect a supported e-commerce store or manually connect your website to MailChimp.

Connect Your Site

After you access the Connected Sites page, click Get Started to choose the type of site you want to connect. If you’ve previously connected a site, click Add another site.
Cursor clicks the Get Started button.

Connect Your E-Commerce Store

When you connect an e-commerce store to MailChimp, you can quickly sync customer and order data from your store to your MailChimp account. The steps you take to connect your site will vary depending on the type of store you have. Learn more in these articles:

Connect Your Website

If you don’t use one of the supported e-commerce stores, you can add MailChimp’s site code to your website to manually connect it to MailChimp.

To connect your website to MailChimp, follow these steps.

  1. Click Get Started.
    Cursor clicks the Get Started button.
  2. Click Next in the lower-right corner.
  3. Input your website URL.
    Scrrenshot of site URL field.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Click the Choose a list to connect drop-down menu, and choose a list.
    Cursor clicks the Choose a List to Sync drop-down menu and chooses a list.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Click Copy and follow the instructions to add our code to your site’s HTML.
    Cursor clicks copy.
  8. Click Connect. You’ll see a confirmation message after we verify that the code has been successfully added to your site.
  9. Click Next.
  10. Click All Done.
    Cursor clicks the all done button.

View Site Details

After you successfully connect your site, you’ll be able to view and edit details for each connected site in your account from the Connected Sites page. If you have multiple connected sites, click the Switch site drop-down menu to choose the site you want to view.
Screenshot of Site Details page.

Here you’ll be able to check connection status, review your synced list, and add a custom pop-up form to your site.
E-commerce users can also access several automation types from this page, including product retargeting emails, abandoned cart emails, and order notifications. Take a look at these guides for more information.

Create a Product Retargeting Email

Create an Abandoned Cart Email

Add Order Notifications

Add a Pop-Up Signup Form to Your Website

Next Steps

If you connected an e-commerce store to MailChimp, you can use your synced purchase data in a lot of different ways.

Add data-driven product recommendations to your email marketing, or use pre-built e-commerce segments to view and target different types of customers with personalized offers. You can even turn on e-commerce tracking in your campaigns and automations to record your customer purchases and measure your ROI.

How to Use MailChimp for E-Commerce

View Revenue from Email Campaigns

About Automation

Segment a List By Purchase Activity

Disconnect Your Site

To disconnect your site, you’ll need to remove it in MailChimp and remove the integration from your e-commerce store. Or, if you manually connected a site, remove our code from your website’s html.

If a site is disconnected, we’ll automatically pause e-commerce automations that use shared site data. If you want to reconnect your site later, be sure to follow the complete installation instructions for your e-commerce platform or website.

To disconnect your site, follow these steps.

  1. Click your profile name, and choose Account.
    Cursor clicks profile name and chooses account.
  2. Click Connected Sites to view your site. If you have multiple connected sites, click the Switch site drop-down menu to choose the site you want to view.
    Cursor clicks the Connected Sites tab.
  3. Click Disconnect.
    Cursor clicks the Remove Site button.
  4. In the Are you sure? pop-up modal, click Disconnect.

 If you added our code to your website’s HTML, you’ll need to remove it manually to completely disconnect your site.

If you disconnected a e-commerce store, take a look at these guides to learn how to fully uninstall the integration.

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