Share some love with all of your loyal followers and send
beautiful emails that reach inboxes every time!
From the Emails page, you can edit or add new emails in three
categories (newsletters, welcome emails, and post notifications).
With newsletters, you can send updates to all of your loyal
followers that have completed one of your sign-up forms.
Don’t forget to let everyone know you have written a new post with
a post notification email. Share your blog posts automatically the moment you
And don’t forget to thank everyone for signing up for your email
list with a welcome email!
Emails contains all of your newsletters.
On this page you can:
Forms allow your visitors to join your mailing list/lists.
Your subscribers are important as they read all of your emails!
Your subscribers are grouped into lists that help you segment and target specific audiences with your newsletters.
On this page you can:
Segments help filter your subscribers per newsletter, so you can send an email to an even more specific audience (send an email based on actions liked opened email, opened email but not click on a link, etc.).
To get started with Newsletter by Mailpoet, we recommend you begin
at Newsletter by Mailpoet > Settings.
This will take you to the Basic Settings
Your First step will be to set the default sender name and email address. You will notice a warning when you hover over this section.
In order to use your email to send your newsletter, we have to validate that it belongs to you.
To do this, email support at email@example.com with the subject line “Newsletter Email Validation” and provide the email you would like to use in the body of the email. We will send a validation through Mailpoet to that email address. Follow the instructions on the email.
NOTICE= For free email address from Google, Yahoo, or Outlook, once your email is authorized your email will be rewritten when sending out emails. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org will become email@example.com. This is to prevent a limitation within the free email providers on email deliverability. The Reply-to address will NOT be rewritten.
Other options under the Basic Settings include:
Once complete, you can select the tab at the top of the page titled Sign-up Confirmation.
To send email, you’ll need to have subscribers added to a list.
You can edit or add lists by going to Newsletters by Mailpoet > Lists.
By default, you’ll have the Newsletter mailing list. You can hover
over this list and you will see options to edit, duplicate, view subscribers,
and move to trash.
To create a new list (you can have unlimited lists), click the Add New button at the top of the page.
Creating a subscription form is easy. To begin, go to Newsletters by Mailpoet > Forms.
At the top of the page, select Add New.
Once you click to add a new form, you’ll see two columns: the form editor and the form options.
First thing is to Select a List from the Form Options on the right side.
Then, select what will happen after submit. Options include to show a custom message or redirect to a page.
On this panel, you have multiple options on where to place your form.
The shortcode option is used to include the form on your posts or pages.
To add a shortcode with the Birthing Your Brand Page Builder, paste the shortcode into a Shortcode Widget.
To add the form to a post, select Add block and use the Mailpoet Subscription Form widget
To add additional fields to your form, select the plus sign and select an option.
To create an email campaign, go to Newsletters by Mailpoet > Emails.
Select the Add New
button at the top of the page. A new menu will appear with 3 options.
These options include Newsletter, Welcome Email, and Latest Post
If you select a Welcome Email or Latest Post Notifications, follow
the instructions to set up.
If you select a Newsletter, you will be taken to the pre-designed template screen. We recommend you select a template and edit this to your specifications.
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