How to get newsletter subscription for your blog

 

 

 

When you publish a post on your blog, it goes out to everyone who’s subscribed for updates, via RSS or email.

But with an email list you can ‘segment’ the list into smaller groups.

For instance, you might create segments for:

  • People who aren’t subscribed to another list you have. This can help you avoid sending too many promotional messages to the same people (e.g. those who have signed up for both your “newsletter” list and your ‘waiting list’ for an ecourse.)
  • People who joined your list at a specific point in time – within the past month, more than a year ago, and so on.
  • People who joined from a specific page on your website. If you’re using social media ads or guest posting to drive sign-ups, you can target your messages or promotions to each segment’s interests.
  • People who haven’t opened your emails recently (or at all).
  • People who’ve looked at specific pages on your site, or who’ve bought a particular product.

 

Newsletter is a good way to create a long term relation with your readers. Do you provide newsletters to your readers? If yes then do share your feedback with us.

 

Of course, engagement goes both ways, and you can encourage readers to email back. You may find some readers who’ve never commented on your blog, but are very happy to engage with you by email.

 

In such email newsletter you don’t make any changes and all of your new blog posts are sent out as an email newsletter. In this we take advantage of RSS feature of the blog, and use RSS to send out automated email newsletter to subscribed users. As a free option Feedburner is the best, but a serious blogger like you should consider using Aweber (Sign up for only $1 here)which also convert RSS into email newsletter. I have explained this earlier here.

 

Blog email newsletter is one of the many ways by which your readers can subscribe to your blog. In the old days, RSS used to be the most popular way of subscribing to the blog content, but in 2015 and in the coming years RSS is almost dead now. Email newsletter is still the most profitable and lucrative way for a blogger like you and me to let users subscribe for your blog updates.

An Email newsletter consist of links to article from your blog, and this email is received by subscribed users on their eMail address. This is the most simplest example of what a blog email newsletter is. It can be further classified into two different parts:

Maybe you put ‘set up email newsletter’ on your ‘someday’ list ages ago, but still haven’t done it.

Or maybe you have a newsletter list, but you haven’t sent one in months.

You might think it’s optional – something you can do once you finish everything else on your to-do list.

You even think email is dead (or at least old-fashioned), and that you’re better off building connections through social media. (Which is nothing new, by the way.

One of the difference between a good blog and a mediocre or newbie blog is; good blog focus more on readership and ensuring that their readers are always updated with latest happening from the blog. Blog Email newsletter is one of those ways which ensure that your subscribed readers always stay updated with your latest content. There are various strategies that you can use to ensure your blog email newsletter is opened by all your readers, and that depends on various factors. I will be discussing all of them in this article, but for now lets focus on why your blog needs to have an email newsletter.

Do you email your blog readers regularly?

Maybe you put ‘set up email newsletter’ on your ‘someday’ list ages ago, but still haven’t done it.

Or maybe you have a newsletter list, but you haven’t sent one in months.

You might think it’s optional – something you can do once you finish everything else on your to-do list.

You even think email is dead (or at least old-fashioned), and that you’re better off

Email Subscribers is a complete newsletter plugin which lets you collect leads, send automated new blog post notification emails, create & send newsletters and also manage them all in one single place.

Perfect Plugin for All your Newsletter Needs

Email Subscribers is a fully featured subscription plugin specially created keeping in mind all the needs and requirements of a regular blogger, website owner, marketer and developers. It helps you achieve all the things you need to build a list and keep them engaged within a single plugin.

Easily Collect Leads On Your Website : Insert a neat looking subscription anywhere on your website. This subscription box is beautifully designed and grabs audiences attention instantly.

Send Automated Updates when a Post is published : Save on time by automating the process of sending emails each time a blog post is published.

Quickly Create, Schedule and Send Newsletters : Create beautiful newsletters using the HTML editor and send them to your subscribers either manually or via cron.

Complete Feature List of Email Subscribers

  • Send notification emails to subscribers when new posts are published.
  • Option to schedule email (Cron job option) or send them manually.
  • Collect customer emails by adding a subscription box (Widget/Shortcode/PHP Code).
  • Double Opt-in and Single Opt-in facility for subscribers.
  • Email notification to admin when user signs up (Optional).
  • Automatic welcome email to subscribers (Optional).
  • Automatically add Unsubscribe link in the email.
  • Import/Export subscribers emails.
  • HTML editor to create newsletters and post notifications.
  • Send newsletters.
  • Sent email status and when it was viewed.
  • Support localization or internationalization.
  • Include/exclude categories while sending a newsletter or post notification.
  • Ability to control user access (Roles and Capabilities).
  • Easy Integration with free plugins Icegram and Rainmaker

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