Emails are an essential part of any successful WooCommerce store. From order confirmation emails to welcome messages and abandoned cart reminders, emails help you communicate important information to customers and build relationships that keep them coming back to buy more. Understanding how WooCommerce email works can help you get set up for success. So in […]Read Article "A Complete Guide to Email for WooCommerce"
Welcome to our ultimate guide on how to send emails in WordPress. In this article, we’ll discuss what emails WordPress sends, how WordPress sends those emails, and why you should change the default WordPress setup to ensure your emails are actually delivered. Table of contents: Here’s a quick table of contents to help you navigate […]Read Article "Top 3 SMTP Plugins for WordPress Compared (and How to Fix Emails Not Sending)"
There was a time when animated GIFs were a novelty, little more than a fun and silly experiment in internet technology. Today, animated GIFs are commonplace. They’re still fun and silly, but they’ve become a widely accepted and effective means of communication. Using animated GIFs in your emails, for example, is a means to inject […]Read Article "10 Best Practice Tips for Animated GIFs in Email"
MailPoet, our newsletter plugin, offers a simple and free WordPress autoresponder solution. Here’s a quick video of how it works: I set out to write a full comparison of autoresponder plugins. I searched, I tried, and I got discouraged. Instead, this post will cover our own solution for this email marketing must. No more, no less. If […]Read Article "Free Autoresponder in WordPress? Yes, please!"
Did you know 76.9% of shoppers abandon their carts at checkout? That’s a huge cart abandonment rate, people browsing your WooCommerce site, adding items to their cart, reaching the final step in the checkout process, and then… closing the browser tab 🤯 Fortunately, there’s a way you can bring shoppers back to your site to […]Read Article "How to Send WooCommerce Abandoned Cart Emails (with MailPoet!)"
If you’re sending emails from your WordPress site, you may have experienced issues with your messages landing in spam folders. It’s an all-too-common and frustrating problem that can usually be traced back to sending via PHP mail. Similarly, if you’re sending transactional emails from your WooCommerce site, you also might be having problems with important […]Read Article "WordPress Emails Going to Spam? Here Are 13 Ways to Improve Newsletter Delivery"