Improve Your Signup: Welcome Email – Part 3

In the final part of this series, we’ll take a look at the welcome email, or a message that comes at the end of the signup confirmation process. Welcome emails are an automated email type that are triggered to send after someone confirms they’d like to be signed up to your list. In MailPoet, these […]

Improve Your Signup – Part 2: Confirmation Landing Page

In part 1 of our signup confirmation series, we showed you how to customize your signup email. Today, we’ll be showing you how to make that signup experience even better, with a signup confirmation landing page. The signup confirmation page is the page your subscribers will see once they’ve clicked the confirmation button in your […]

6 of the Best WordPress Email Newsletter Plugins 2020

Searching for the best WordPress email newsletter plugins to send emails to your subscribers without leaving your WordPress dashboard? Unlike email subscription plugins that might only help you collect subscribers, a WordPress newsletter plugin lets you go one step further and actually send your subscribers emails from the comfy familiarity of your WordPress dashboard. This […]

How to Set Up DKIM in MailPoet for Advanced Deliverability and Protection Against Spoofing

If you want to protect your sender domain (usually the same domain of your website) from spoofing attacks and improve your email deliverability, setting up an email authentication method such as DKIM is highly recommended. Email spoofing is a common tactic used by fraudsters, in which they impersonate an email sent by a brand or […]

7 of the Best WordPress Email Subscription Plugins 2020

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 […]

How to Connect WordPress With Mailgun to Deliver 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 […]