Great tutorial on WordPress Newsletter Plugin

Great tutorial on WordPress Newsletter Plugin

WordPress Newsletter plugin is a must to have if you are planning to send regular emails to your viewers. It acts both as a Subscription Plugin, by creating email subscription forms in your website, and Email Plugin, by sending emails to your subscribers, right form in your website.

In short it works like this –

Once a person subscribe to your blog a confirmation email will be sent to his email address which they have to confirm before they start receiving newsletter from your blog.

With this plugin you can also create high quality newsletter and send them to your blog subscribers whenever you want.

The MailChimp WordPress Plugin is a great way to create subscribers form in your website and collect emails of people.

Newsletter Plugin Installation

You can download this plugin from here.

Using Newsletter Plugin

After installing and activating this plugin, a newsletter widget is created in the widgets section.

You can drag and drop newsletter widget in your theme’s sidebar.

Drag and Drop Newsletter Widget To Show in Website

Drag and Drop Newsletter Widget

Creating Newsletter

In the Newsletters section, you can create and design as many newsletters you want. Click New message in Newsletter List section, and it will take you to choose the newsletter theme.

Creating Image Sliders in WordPress has become very easy, thanks to Meta Slider plugin.

In this section you will also have the option to set your message, who receives this newsletter, delivery time and many more things.

When you are done just click the save button and the newsletter will be send to your blog subscribers.

Newsletter Subscription Form Appears in Website

Newsletter Subscription Form

Thus the WordPress Newsletter Plugin will help you to gain subscribers and also increase you traffic in a big way.

Newsletter Themes

Newsletter Themes

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