GDPR: Get Ready for the New EU Privacy Law in Fifteen Minutes

You’re a MailPoet user looking to be GDPR friendly? Follow our guide.  If you’ve had to recently agree to many new terms and conditions for your online services, there’s a good probability that it’s because of a European regulation on privacy. If you haven’t yet heard, the European Union is introducing a set of common […]

Release Notes: September 2017

Let’s take a look at the main highlights of our September code releases. This month, we officially launched the new MailPoet plugin. A new (and free!) sending plan We have always wanted to offer a free sending solution to as many of our users as possible. At long last, it is finally here. If you […]

The New MailPoet is Finally Here (and it Comes with a Free Sending Plan!)

Today, after nearly two years of development, we are officially releasing the new version of MailPoet. Not only is it new and improved, but it also comes with a free plan to send unlimited emails to up to 1,000 subscribers and includes all the Premium features. That’s right – MailPoet now offers an (optional) email […]

FAQ for MailPoet Version 2

August 2022 update: MailPoet 2 is now discontinued. February 2022 update: MailPoet 2 will be retired on July 31, 2022. For more information, take a look at our announcement blog post. The new MailPoet Version 3 was released in September 2017. This new plugin is replacing the old MailPoet (Version 2). In this FAQ, we’ll […]

Paid Newsletter Subscriptions with WooCommerce

This case study examines how one of our users sells premium content (a paid newsletter subscription) thanks to WooCommerce and a plugin called Groups. MailPoet is used to convert free subscribers to paying customers. This set up is nearly free. My name is Thomas Clausen. I work as a senior project manager in one of Denmark’s biggest […]

Software Freedom, a Few Thoughts

Last month was Software Freedom Day. Events have taken place around the globe. It’s a pretty low key affair compared to all the scheduled WordCamps. Nonetheless, it’s our time to reflect on free software.  WordPress is perhaps the most tangible example in the last decade of free software for the masses. Our favorite content management system (CMS) is the culmination […]