MailPoet Premium is Now Free Up To 1,000 Subscribers

Our free newsletter plugin for WordPress just got free-er: users with less than 1,000 subscribers can now get MailPoet Premium for free! Ninety percent of our free plugin users have smaller email lists and we encourage you to sign up! It’ll save you $150 annually. When you sign up, you’ll get full access to premium […]

How We Successfully Adopted the 4-Day Work Week at MailPoet

We implemented the 4-day work week at MailPoet in 2016. Three years on, we’re still working happily with this rhythm and our business is growing. While Tim Ferris’ 4-hour work week proved to be something of an illusion, 32 hours seemed more like a reasonable goal. We even considered a 6-hour work day at one […]

A Year of Experiments At MailPoet

We close 2018 with a great sense of satisfaction. This has been our best year yet since we launched in 2011. At the heart of it, we expanded our team, which brought in new talent and fun colleagues. The by-product of this expansion has been a better product and solid growth in revenue. It was […]

MailPoet Will Require PHP Version 5.6 in 2019

At the end of 2018, MailPoet will be upgrading its minimum PHP version. Our users will be required to have at least PHP version 7 5.6 in order to use our plugin. There will be a grace period for users on version 5.6. We will evaluate the length of this period later in 2018. This fall […]

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 […]

A New Year, a New MailPoet, and a New Focus

It took us nearly 2 years to release the new MailPoet. That’s a long time! During the first rewrite of the plugin, we realized that we were headed in the wrong direction and made the tough decision to start over from scratch. We call it “the lost year”. In the end, the second rewrite proved […]