5 Ways to Improve Your WordPress Newsletter
Your newsletter subscribers will be delighted with your content when you use great plugins.
If you have a blog or website, you need an email newsletter. Newsletters are the single best way to keep readers updated about new posts, new products, and sales or other promotions.
Newsletters can be personalized to create a connection with readers so that they are more likely to come back to your site. Providing useful information adds value to your online experience as a whole and keeps readers coming back for more.
There are many WordPress plugins that can be used to create a newsletter. Some are free, and some come at an additional cost.
1. WordPress Newsletter plugin
Our WordPress Newsletter plugin goes far beyond the free version, however. Besides offering much more sophisticated looking content, our plugin can be customised to suit your specific requirements. It also has the capability to address subscribers personally by name, and to direct your newsletter to those with certain interests or characteristics (such as age, gender, or location).
Other features that go beyond the basics are the ability to translate content into different languages and also to create different subscriber lists, including paid lists for exclusive content.
2. Great Newsletter Templates
We also offer newsletter templates that integrate easily with our software to create different looks. There are templates for sales, professional content, and also a magazine format. Each has a different look and focus geared toward a specific need. Our templates are made to look great on desktops, tablets, and all manner of other mobile devices.
Our newsletters and templates would look great on all of these devices.
3. Ninja Popups plugin
One extension to strongly consider with a newsletter plugin is one that creates a popup box for newsletter signups. Ninja Popups is a plugin with lots of added features that help convert visitors to subscribers. In addition to being reasonably priced, it offers testing features that can help you perfect your opt-in copy.
4. Free Popup plugin
A free popup plugin that still offers a lot of customisation is Dreamgrow Scroll Triggered Box. Instead of the popup occurring after a few seconds and interrupting your viewing, this plugin displays the popup once the user has scrolled down the page. The popup disappears if the reader scrolls back up.
5. RSS Subscribe Buttons
One last plugin that may be helpful for newsletter creators is the Addtoany Subscribe Button. For readers that use RSS feeds, it can help them subscribe from feeds like Google Reader, My Yahoo!, Netvibes, and others.
In addition to the Newsletter plugin and templates, we also offer extensions like Send to Friend, which lets subscribers refer their friends and colleagues to your newsletter. Our Digital Access Pass extension captures details from the DAP so that you can see who is accessing your content.
At Tribulant, we offer the best in premium plugins and extensions with free help and support for easy setup and installation. We promise satisfaction or your money back.