A welcome email is like a warm cup of tea: It lets you greet a friend (in this case, a subscriber) who shares a common interest (i.e. your business) and gives you the opportunity to get to know each other. But unlike a cup of tea, welcome emails are capable of much more. With a […]Read Article "A Complete Guide to WordPress Welcome Emails (and Best Practice Tips)"
If you want to create or grow your email list, you’ll need the help of a WordPress email subscription plugin. Depending on what you need help with, you might just want a tool to help you create great-looking email subscribe forms that connect to your existing email marketing service. Or, you might want a more […]Read Article "7 of the Best WordPress Email Subscription Plugins 2020"
If you want to maintain good engagement rates on your email list, you need to clean your list regularly. This might sound like a tedious task, but it’s a fundamental part of maintaining a healthy email list and being a good email sender. Luckily, there are a number of tools out there that can help […]Read Article "How to Clean Your Email List with Clearout"
Looking for an easy way to create a contact form in the WordPress block editor? While there are tons of form plugins that let you build forms in separate interfaces and then add them to the block editor, there aren’t many options that let you build your form itself inside the block editor. Gutenberg Forms […]Read Article "How to Set up a Contact Form with Opt-In in the WordPress Block Editor Using Gutenberg Forms"
The most successful businesses in the world are the ones that cultivate long-term relationships with their customers. If you run an e-commerce store on WordPress, WooCommerce follow up emails are one of the best ways to do this. WooCommerce follow up emails are automated messages sent to customers after they perform a certain action. Some […]Read Article "6 Best Practices for Effective WooCommerce Follow Up Emails"
If you’re struggling with the reliability and deliverability of your WordPress site’s transactional emails, connecting WordPress to Mailgun offers an easy way to improve the way that your WordPress site sends emails. In its default state, WordPress uses PHP Mail to deliver your emails, which doesn’t work on all hosts and often ends with emails […]Read Article "How to Connect WordPress With Mailgun to Deliver Emails"
When working toward the long-term success of a company, building a loyal customer base is far better than using the slash-and-burn sales method. It’s much easier, and economical to run a business that encourages repeat buyers, rather than a business focused on making a single sale and then moving on to the next prospect. The […]Read Article "How to Use First Purchase Emails to Create Loyal Customers [Examples]"