Can this be done with mailchimp?

by roley 6 replies
I want people to hit my homepage they would see one field asking for email

After hitting join they get taken to a second page ( important part )

here they can choose between 16 options ( they can pick one or all of them )

depending on what they select out of those 16 options.

When I mail them I would send them information ONLY on their selection

1. can that be done?
2. Does it require having 16 lists? ( I hope not as i want to include everyone no matter what they selected within ONE MAILING each day ) and not have to bombard them with 10 emails if they selected 10 things.

I will send one email a day out and inside that email it will display multiple options based on their selection
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