Bloggers and even other site owners need an easy and meaningful way to connect with their audience. The people need to be informed about the important updates and your new blog posts. Apparently, the best way to establish such a connection is newsletter sign ups.
Among the plugin options that WordPress provides for your newsletters, You may easily get confused. So to avoid the fuss, we here present to you the list of 5 great newsletter plugins on WordPress. Have a look.
Newsletter is very straightforward and handy plugin for newsletters on WordPress. It could be your best bet that lets you manage your newsletters simply from the dashboard without complications. Newsletter is very easy to install.
It offers unlimited emails to unlimited users and these emails even get local storage and stats. Newsletter offers built-in subscription form widget and automatic mail options for new posts. Additional features are external SMTP service provider support, 1 click subscription facility, edit email in HTML support. You can also export or import emails.
Newsletter has both free and premium versions.
MailGet is a Newsletter plugin provided by FormGet. It’s a handy tool for you newsletter needs. It’s a cheaper plugin but doesn’t compromise on quality.
MailGet can create the most appealing emails and supports stats on bounced, opened, ignored emails. It also gives drag and drop facility. MailGet would sync your sign ups and contact info from your website.
Additional features are automated and scheduled emails, subscription forms and mail malfunction checks. Both free and paid versions are available.
Many users even believe SendPress to be a better option than Newsletter. It’s another simple way to manage your connection with your audience. SendPress has easy content editing options and editable fancy emails. You can also control the rights of contributors.
Additionally, you can manage subscribers status and have a quick glimpse of mail status. You can also import your posts on mail. It has both free and paid versions.
Freshmail, as the name suggest, is a very fresh way of managing your newsletters. The plugin is totally free and provides a wide variety of features. The sign-up forms are customisable and can be pop ups as well.
FreshMail is less moderated and organised than SendPress, doesn’t provide detailed analytics and automated emails for new posts. But even with these flaws, it’s a handy plugin. The pros include automated signup forms, detailed reports and stats and analytics integration.
Mailbag has a lot of fans in the WordPress world. The reason for its popularity is its simplicity and ease of use. It manageable on the dashboard and gives quick subscription. The form can be customised using unique CSS selectors. It has minimal front end style and even can inherit style from your theme.
Mailbag like others has analytics. The goodies are MailChimp and Campaign Monitor API integration, capable of dropping subscription forms to your posts or pages, and shortcodes to subscribe the visitors. And yes, Mailbag is free.
So like me, if you also want to get the best newsletter services without spending, you can hire these plugins.
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