Animated Gifs can bring some life in your email marketing campaigns. Since Mailster uses WordPress native methods to resize images, so they fit correctly and reduce file size, the animation is may lost during this process.
If you are sending your Campaigns with Amazons Simple Email Service you can use the regular Bounce option that comes with Mailster. If you like to have more control on bounces you should switch to AmazonSNS.
SendGrid is a powerfully sending provider which work with Mailster.
MailOptin is a WordPress optin form or email signup form plugin capable of growing the subscribers of Mailster email list via popups, slide in / scroll triggered boxes, notification bar, and sidebar and in post forms. To start capturing leads with MailOptin, install and activate the plugin on your WordPress site. You can get the […]
What you need Mailster Newsletter Plugin Mailster WPML Add on WPML Multilingual CMS Create your forms Create a form for each language you like to use. Translate the strings on the settings page to the specific language. Create translated Newsletter Homepages. If you haven’t created your newsletter homepage for your base language check out this […]
Mailgun is a developer friendly email provider and if you use Mailster you can use them to send your campaigns.
Mailster gives you the option to define custom fields where you can store additional information of your subscribers. Sometimes you need to verify this values with some custom code.
With SparkPost you get a solid delivery provider and 100.000 15.000 * mails per month for free. There’s some setup required before you can use this service though.
If you’re running a WooCommerce Shop and like to send your latest products to your audience you can use Mailster with the WooCommerce Add on.
Mailster Templates give you a great start to get your campaigns going. If the provided modules don’t fit your needs or you like to have a custom starting content you should save your own custom template file.
Mailster uses Google Maps to display the location of your subscribers. To display them you have to setup a Google API Key.
This is post 3 of 5 in the series “Auto responder” This is the fourth part of a short series about auto responders in Mailster. Last time we’ve created a time based auto responder. Today we take a tour to the next type of auto responders: Action Hook Auto Responders What are action hook auto responders […]
It’s really recommended to send your newsletters via a dedicate email service provider. One of the big players in this field is Amazon’s Simple Email Service (SES).
Mailster is used around the world and while many installations are running with an English localization even more don’t.
This is post 5 of 5 in the series “Auto responder” Creating a series of newsletter campaigns is a good way keep your subscribers engaged with your service. But what is a series and how do you make it in Mailster? In this tutorial we cover the basic steps of creating a series in Mailster.
When it comes to increasing your subscriber base Twitter is a powerful resource. With Twitter’s “Lead Generation Cards” you can easily engage your followers to subscribe to your Newsletter. If you are using Mailster you have to do few simple steps. All you need is a Twitter account your Mailster Newsletter Plugin a valid Credit Card […]
Your provider may have limited email accounts available or you just would like to “outsource” this part of your newsletter marketing. In any case you can simple let Googles popular email service handle bounce mails from Mailster
This is post 4 of 5 in the series “Auto responder” Today we take a tour to the next type of auto responders: Time based auto responders What are time based auto responders for? They are made to send new campaigns in a specific interval Let’s say we would like to send our latest three […]
This is post 2 of 5 in the series “Auto responder” Today we take a tour to the next type of auto responders: Action based auto responders What are action based auto responders for? They are made to create new campaigns after new content has been published. Let’s say we would like to send our […]
This is post 1 of 5 in the series “Auto responder” Today we take a look at Subscriber based auto responders