How to Install and Setup MailPoet in WordPress


How to Install and Setup MailPoet in WordPress


Are you wondering How to Install and Setup MailPoet in WordPress ? In this article we will be explaining about hot to install and setup mailpoet in just a few steps.Exactly in 10 minutes you will be launching your first mail to all your subscribers.

Why MailPoet

With MailPoet, your website visitors can sign up as newsletter subscribers and build your mailing list, all without leaving your WordPress admin.

Our newsletter builder integrates perfectly with WordPress so any website owner can create beautiful emails from scratch or by using our responsive templates that display flawlessly across all devices.

Schedule your newsletters, send them right away or set it up to send new blog post notifications automatically in just a few clicks.

 Placing a signup widget on your site

The first thing you’ll need to do to succeed at email marketing is attract some subscribers. MailPoet enables you to sign users up to your email list using a built-in widget.

All you have to do is visit Appearance > Widgets in your dashboard and drag the MailPoet Subscription Form widget to the location you want it to display:

The MailPoet signup widget.

You’ll also need to configure your subscription confirmation email. You can do so by going into MailPoet > Settings > Signup Confirmation and personalizing the default email:

Configuring your confirmation email.

That’s it! Now let’s talk about how to customize the way your emails are sent.

Configuring the Setup Options

You have two choices about where your WordPress email campaign will be sent from – either your own website or a third-party SMTP provider. If you’re using a shared server, we recommend strongly against the first option, since you may run into problems where your emails go to the spam folder.

If you do want to configure a third-party SMTP provider to send your emails, you’ll need four things: the provider’s hostname, a login name and password, and the right SMTP port number:

Configuring your email provider.

MailPoet recommends that most users use the SendGrid service, since it enables you to send up to 400 emails for free. The plugin developers provide a thorough guide to integrating both platforms on their website.

Of course, you may always opt for an alternative if SendGrid isn’t your cup of tea. The setup process will remain largely the same no matter which SMTP provider you use.

Creating you first email campaing

At this point, you’re ready to set up and schedule the first email or newsletter in your campaign. To do so, head to MailPoet > Newsletters > Create a new email and enter your email’s subject line:

Picking a subject line for your WordPress email campaign.

Now it’s time for the fun part. MailPoet enables you to edit your email using a simple drag-and-drop editor. You can include text, titles, images, and social sharing icons:

The MailPoet email campaign editor.

All you have to do is customize the elements you want and drag them into place. For example, clicking on text or titles will enable a miniature editor:

Editing the content of your campaign.

Mousing over images, on the other hand, will display alignment choices, as well as an option to add links:

Customizing the images within your newsletter.

It’s worth noting that MailPoet will automatically set up headers and footers for you, and it enables you to edit your subscription settings and choose whether to display your email in a browser. These are nice touches that will make your campaign look much more professional (and are also required by law in many jurisdictions).

Once you’re done customizing your email, click on Next step at the bottom of the page. On the subsequent screen, you’ll have the opportunity to schedule your email:

Scheduling your new email campaign.

After picking the date you want, remember to click on the big Schedule button at the bottom of the page, and your first campaign email or newsletter will be ready to go!


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