Our future form editor is going to be in Gutenberg, also known as the Block Editor. In fact, we’ve already started working with it (screenshot below) and we hope to release a first version by the end of 2019. In the near future, our email designer will also go down that route. More on that […]Read Article "We’re Adopting Gutenberg. Here’s Why"
Do you have that eerie feeling your WordPress install isn’t sending emails, like new comment notifications, for example? All WordPress site owners have wondered at one point or another if there’s an issue with their site’s emails. In this guide, I’ll teach you how to quickly check if your WordPress website is sending emails with […]Read Article "How to check if WordPress sends email"
Looking for the best WordPress email marketing plugins to level up your business? There are loads of excellent options available, whether you’re a freelancer, run a small business or non-profit, or need to satisfy the intensive email marketing needs of a large company. In this post, I’m going to help you determine the best plugins […]Read Article "10 Excellent Free and Premium WordPress Email Marketing Plugins (2019)"
Over the past year, we’ve been quietly adding new features to MailPoet that better integrate our plugin with WooCommerce. If you’re already a MailPoet user, you may have noticed — and hopefully used and enjoyed! — some of these new features. Today, we want to tell you all about these WooCommerce features, and how you […]Read Article "Take Advantage of These WooCommerce Features Now Available in MailPoet!"
Whether you run a membership site, a local community site, or take care of the WordPress site for your local school, there are multiple reasons why you may want to bulk email all your registered WordPress users. For example, you may want to start sending emails about: News and general announcements Site maintenance messages Information […]Read Article "How to Email Your Registered WordPress Users in Style with a Plugin"
Every Tuesday we release a new version of MailPoet, our email plugin for WordPress. Our team of 7 developers, a quality assurance person, and a product manager has been committed to this frequency since 2016. Some users may wonder why we release so often, and if it’s related to our team fixing bugs all the […]Read Article "Why We Release Every Week, or Continuous Delivery Explained"