In the final part of this series, we’ll look at the “welcome email,” or a message that comes at the end of the signup confirmation process.
In Part 1 we showed you how to customize the signup email, and now we’ll show you how to make that signup experience even better when the subscriber clicks through to confirm their subscription.
In this series, we’re going to show you how to improve your email signup process and make it 100% more awesome. Want to know how to hack your MailPoet signup confirmation? We’ll show you how in Part 1…
We get lots of requests asking how you can add a signup form to Facebook. So here’s two ways to get people to sign up from your Facebook page.
This edition, we’re going to bake up a storm in the kitchen with this cake newsletter and add a few extra sprinkles to it.
Want to extend MailPoet’s usefulness? We’ll show you three ways to improve your newsletters by enabling one simple setting.
DKIM. SPF. BLT (just kidding!). You’ve probably seen these terms used within the MailPoet plugin and wondered, what does it mean? Not to worry, the MailPoet team is here to help explain it all.
We know that we’ve been quiet about our progress with MailPoet 3. Since we’ve received so many questions about it, we thought we’d let you know how it’s coming along.
Let’s demystify what “good” stats mean. All too often people expect unrealistic open and click rates and are disappointed when they only achieve one third of that.
WooCommerce powers 24% of all the world’s eCommerce websites, so it’s no wonder that users are always on the lookout for solutions that allow them to increase sales, especially through customized and targeted emails.
In this post, we’ll look at the extensions currently available that help WooCommerce-powered shops do more with their email communications.