Easy to use, excellent support
I started out several years ago with a stand-alone program for sending emails to my notification list, and I liked it, but there wasn’t a way for anyone to automatically subscribe from my website. They could unsubscribe from a link in the email I sent, but I had to copy and paste their information from an email I received wanting to subscribe, to the program. I then found ACY Mailing, and I liked it but when I moved to WordPress, at the time, it wasn’t compatible. I looked at a few other plug-ins that were either cumbersome or didn’t really do what I need. I found MailPoet and I love it! The emails are easy to create and there are several provided templates that are easy to customize and you can make the newsletters look like your website.
I discovered a problem the other day and after searching the support website and not being able to find the answer. I emailed tech support, and Jack was quick to respond and gave me the information I needed to resolve the issue. It’s not a bug in the program, it was just something I was doing wrong that created the issue and he told me how to correct it.
I also like the way it gives you a list of how many people have opened your newsletter and clicked the links in it. It also marks subscribers as inactive if they haven’t opened your newsletters after a certain length of time and you can create a new message for just those who have gone inactive that will allow them reconirm their subscription, so you can clean up your list. There’s no point in sending a newsletter to people who no longer want it, but don’t bother unsubscribing. Also, you risk getting put in their spam folder, and you don’t want that.
I highly recommend MailPoet if you need an easy to use, reliable, plug-in for newsletters/notification lists, with excellent tech support.
Mathis…2022-03-23 at 20:08:34