It wasn’t all that long ago that email for WordPress was—let’s face it—a disaster. It was difficult to use and slow, not to mention unreliable. Which is why so many site owners ditched the WordPress admin and sought out third-party solutions. Then came Mailpoet!
Send beautiful emails that reach inboxes every time, and create loyal subscribers.
Stand Out In Any Inbox
With more than 50 starter templates to choose from, quickly announce new products and share updates with your subscribers. Organize and format content any way you want with customizable drag-and-drop sections. And hey, it’s pretty fun to use, too.
Blog Updates On Autopilot
Share your blog posts automatically with subscribers the moment you hit publish. Or, send blog updates every day, week, or month. Keep readers up-to-date, bring them back to your website, and get more traffic to your site.
Say Hello — Automatically
Keeping it personal doesn’t mean doing everything by hand. Set up a welcome series with simple automation and workflows. Give new subscribers a big, warm welcome, build trust, and automate the marketing no one has time for.
Collect Emails and Grow Your Lists
Turn casual website visitors into loyal subscribers. Add signups forms to your sidebar or footer as widgets, use shortcodes and even iFrame. Customize your forms so they fit seamlessly into your site design.
- for each newsletter, see which subscribers opened it and which links they clicked
- ability to send Welcome Emails automatically; i.e. “Welcome to my Newsletter” autoresponders or multi-email courses
- removes the small MailPoet logo in the footer of your emails
- same day support (Monday to Friday)
- send to over 2000 subscribers with your own sending method
Pre-Activated (which is carried out by the site admin for your convenience).
If you want the un-touched version contact us. Please note that we do NOT provide licence keys/codes with your purchase. 95% of products work fine without one.
Lastest Changelog for Version: 3.28.0
Added: enforcement for authorized sending address for automatic and scheduled emails for new users after March 5;
Improvement: authorized sending email enforcement for new users since March 5;
Fixed: error when using single or double quotes in sender name.