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WordPress Newsletter plugin: Offsite Form

With the WordPress Mailing List plugin, you can insert subscription forms on the pages of other websites (even if they aren’t WordPress sites) and allow users to use these subscription forms to subscribe to the mailing lists on the current WordPress blog.

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Newsletters: Shortcodes & Subscribe Form

[wpdocsparentlink] There are several embedding codes/shortcodes available with the WordPress Newsletter plugin which can be inserted into any WordPress post or page. The shortcodes will be replaced with the appropriate HTML content inside your WordPress posts/pages. Newsletters History Display a list inside a WordPress post or page with all your previously sent newsletters from the Continue Reading…

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Paid Subscription Settings

[wpdocsparentlink] In the “Configuration” section of the WordPress Newsletter plugin, there are several configuration settings directly related to the paid subscriptions feature of the software. Paid Subscriptions Paid Subscriptions Currency Admin Notification on Order Payment Method 2CheckOut Vendor ID Vendor Secret Demo Mode PayPal PayPal Email Address Test with PayPal Sandbox Paid Subscriptions The first Continue Reading…

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Create a Paid Mailing List

[wpdocsparentlink] A paid mailing list can be a good source of revenue for the newsletter publisher, and is created in the Newsletter plugin in almost the same way as adding a normal mailing list under Newsletters > Mailing Lists by editing an existing mailing list or clicking the “Add New” button to create a new Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Post/Page Embedding

[wpdocsparentlink] You can insert WordPress Newsletter plugin subscription forms into the content of your posts and pages by inserting a code string directly into the content or the post or page using the HTML view of the editor when writing the post or page. The quickest way of inserting a WordPress Newsletter plugin subscription form Continue Reading…

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