- 1 wordpress publish notification of electronic correo
- 2 How to Send Automatic WordPress Post Notification Emails with MailPoet
- 3 How to Notify Subscribers of New Posts in WordPress (3 Ways)
- 4 Video WordPress send email when post published
wordpress publish notification of electronic correo
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Publicar notification de publicación is a complement that will be sent by an automatic electronic correo who has been able to authorize the publication for the publication and approved by the WordPress administrator. el administrador tiene que ir a la configuración y configar la plantilla de correo electrónico, eso es todo lo demás es administrado por este complemento.
Encuentre el complemento Pro de notification de correo electronic de publication de wordpress en Publish Post Email Notification Pro
establecer plantilla de correo electrónico.
Notify al author por correo electrónico cuando se public la publication.
=Pro Version Features=
1. Soporte para enviar correo electrónico al autor cuando se publica un type de publication personalizada
2. Sin anuncios.
¡This plugin is free for everything! Dado que se publica bajo licencia GPL, puede utilizarlo de forma gratuita en su blog personal o commercial. Pero puedes hacer algunas donaciones si realmente te resulta útil.
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Configuration of the electronic correo plantilla
Pro version with full html editor
It is easier to install other WordPress addons, you should solo follow these steps:
upload the post-release notification mat to the wp-Content/plugins mat.
Active el complemento desde la ventana Tablero / Complementos.
Ahora que el complemento está activado, vaya à la section Uso para ver cómo usar Vertical News Scroller.
1. El uso de la notificación de publicación es fácil después de activar el complemento, vaya al menú Configuración.
2.Seleccione el submenú Publicar plantilla de correo electrónico.
3. Complete la plantilla de correo electrónico que puede usar como marcadores de posición en el contenido del correo electrónico.
4.Thats it your email is set now whenever a post is publish the author is notified via email.
1.How to use ?
For More info use readme installation and usage notes.
Thank you for a great plugin!
sharon9923 April 13, 2021
Depuis la mise à niveau vers WordPress 5.7, j’ai essayé 2 autres plugins pour informer l’auteur lorsqu’un type de publication personnalisé est publié, et aucun n’a fonctionné. J’ai acheté votre version “pro” aujourd’hui et cela a parfaitement fonctionné. Nous avons besoin de cette fonctionnalité pour notre projet, alors merci de nous l’avoir fournie.
Sauveur de vie – Merci
néotropo 24 avril 2019
Since we moved our news platform to WP at the end of 2016, this plugin is one of a handful of real lifesavers – allowing us to ping an author/staff when the story is live. Truly invaluable to our business. I haven’t tried the new April 2019 update yet, but I liked that it even existed at all. The old version works with WP 5.1, so hoping the new version does too. THANK YOU!!!
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How to Send Automatic WordPress Post Notification Emails with MailPoet
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August 18, 2021August 18, 2021 9 min read 1
- Email for WordPress
Looking for a way to automatically send your latest blog posts to subscribers on your WordPress site?
Sending out an email newsletter with your latest posts is a great way to engage with your audience and draw attention to your content. But doing it all manually can be tedious, especially when you have to do it for every post.
In this article, we are going to show you how you can completely automate sending WordPress post notification emails using MailPoet.
A great email solution for your WordPress
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Setting up this feature with MailPoet has a few big advantages:
- Save time and effort – as a busy webmaster, you probably have a lot on your to-do list. If you automate your blog post submissions, you can eliminate one task for good, leaving you more time for others!
- Assurez la cohérence – si vous automatisez les choses, vous n’avez jamais à vous soucier d’oublier d’envoyer un e-mail. Vous pouvez être sûr que chaque article de blog sera publié au bon moment.
- Avoid third-party setup – with MailPoet, you don’t need to mess around with RSS feeds or third-party setup. You can configure/manage everything without leaving your WordPress dashboard.
In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll show you exactly how you can set this up on your site, along with a few useful tweaks you can implement to really make this setup work for you.
Let’s dig in!
How to automatically send blog posts to subscribers on WordPress
For this tutorial, we’re going to assume that you already have MailPoet set up on your site. If you don’t, you can install the free MailPoet plugin from WordPress.org and then follow our getting started guide to get up and running.
Once you’ve got that out of the way, you can jump into setting up your automatic email newsletter.
1. Set up a new post notification email
To get started with your automatic blog post email, head to MailPoet → Emails and click + New Email to create a new email.
Then, click the Set up button under Latest Post Notifications:
Now, you’ll be prompted to choose the frequency of the email.
What frequency should you use? Well, that really depends on your personal preferences and how frequently you’re publishing content.
There are two questions you need to answer here:
1. When do you want to send the emails?
You can either send the emails immediately (as soon as you publish the blog post). Or, you could schedule them to go out at a certain time each day. For most sites, scheduling the post will work better as it lets you make sure the email is always going out at an optimal time.
For example, if you publish your blog post at 11 PM, you might want to wait so that the email doesn’t hit subscribers’ inboxes when they’re sleeping.
2. How often do you publish new content and how often do you want to send emails?
When you set up an automatic email, MailPoet will include all of the content that was published since the last email up to the post limit that you set. If you publish a lot of content, you’ll need to decide if you want to give every post its own email or if you want to combine multiple posts into a single email.
For example, if you publish three posts per week, you could:
- Send a weekly digest that includes all three posts in one email.
- Send three separate emails for each post.
In total, you have five options for the frequency:
- Once per day at a certain time – e.g. every day at 7 AM.
- Weekly on a specific day – e.g. every Monday at 7 AM.
- Monthly on a specific date – e.g. the first day of the month at 7 AM.
- Monthly on a specific day of the week – e.g. the first Monday of the month at 7 AM.
- Immediately – as soon as you publish the post.
For this example, let’s say you want to send your latest blog posts every Monday at 7 AM – you would configure it like so:
2. Choose a template and design your email
Next, you can choose one of the pre-built templates. Or, you can also choose to design your email from scratch using one of the blank canvases:
You’ll then be in the visual editor.
You can use the regular content blocks to add content and control the design. For example, you might want to add some static content that you want to be the same for every email.
To automatically insert your latest content, add the Automatic Latest Content element where you want your blog post(s) to appear.
MailPoet will fill the widget with some real data from one of your existing blog posts, but this is just dummy data – in real life, this will automatically fill with the real information from your latest blog post(s).
To configure how your latest content appears, click on the widget to open its settings in the sidebar.
At the top of the sidebar settings, you can choose:
- The maximum number of blog posts to include in one email. Remember, MailPoet will include all of the blog posts since your last email, up to the limit that you specify here. So if you set the limit to three posts but you’ve published four posts since your last email, MailPoet would only include the three most recently published posts.
- Whether you want to filter out specific blog posts based on their categories or tags. For example, you could only send automatic emails for blog posts in a certain category, or you could exclude a certain category.
To open some additional design options, click the Display options link. Here, you can control how posts appear in your email. For example, you can:
- Choose how much content to include.
- Choose whether or not to include the post featured image.
- Show additional details like the author or categories.
- Configure the read more button/link. For buttons, you can click the Design a button link to access more options to configure the text, colors, etc. For example, you could change the button text from “Read More” to “View Full Post”.
- Choose how to sort posts (if displaying multiple posts).
3. Activate your email
Once you’re happy with the design of your email and you’ve added the Automatic Latest Content element to ensure your latest posts get automatically placed in the email, you’re officially ready to activate your email.
To do this, click Next in the top-right corner of the MailPoet interface. Now, you can configure a few more important odds and ends.
First, there’s the title and preview text of your email. One nice thing here is that you can use shortcodes to insert information, such as the number of blog posts that have been published since the last email.
For example, if you’ve published two blog posts since the last email, “The last [newsletter:total] posts from our blog” would read as “The last 2 posts from our blog”.
You can check out the full list of available shortcodes here.
Beyond that, another important choice here is which list you want to send these emails to. Depending on what people have opted in for, you could send this to all of your subscribers or just a specific list/segment.
You could even use the MailPoet form builder to create a custom form to let people specifically subscribe to new post notifications. You could do this by adding people who use that form to a special list.
Other things that you can do here are:
- Make any edits to your frequency if needed (you already set this up in step one – this is just a recap and another chance to make edits).
- Edit the sender and reply-to details.
- Add a Google Analytics campaign.
Once you’re happy with everything, click Activate to make your email live.
And that’s it! Your emails will now start going out automatically according to your settings.
If you ever want to pause or edit your automatic emails, you can go to MailPoet → Emails → Post Notifications:
How to automatically include your latest blog posts in other emails
In addition to letting you create a newsletter that automatically sends, MailPoet also makes it easy for you to include your latest blog posts in emails that you create manually.
For example, let’s say you write a custom newsletter that you send out every Friday. As part of that email, you might want to also include details on your most recent blog post(s).
With MailPoet, you can easily automate including those details so that you don’t have to worry about copy and pasting URLs, images, titles, etc. every time you write your newsletter.
To quickly insert one or more blog posts in a newsletter email, you have two options:
- You can use the same Automatic Latest Content element from above to automatically insert your most recently published posts.
- You can use the Posts element to choose any piece of content on your site – new or old.
We already showed you how things work with the Automatic Latest Content element, so let’s just take a quick look at the Posts element.
To begin, just add the Posts element wherever you want to insert the content. You can use the sidebar settings to choose one or more pieces of content to include and click Insert Selected to add them to the post:
Then, you can expand the Display options to control exactly what information you want to display and how to present it. For example, you can choose whether you want to include the post’s excerpt, just the title, or the full text:
And that’s it! You can proceed to send the email just like you normally would.
If you want to save time, you can save this design as a template. Then, whenever you go to write your weekly newsletter, all you need to do is write the unique content at the top and MailPoet will automatically handle inserting your blog posts for you.
To save your design as a template, click the arrow next to the Save button in the top-right corner of the editor and choose Save As New Template:
Then, you’ll be able to choose that template when you create a new email.
Bonus: New content notifications aren’t just for blog posts
So far, we’ve focused exclusively on automatically sending your latest blog posts to subscribers. But MailPoet actually isn’t limited to just blog posts – you can also use it to automatically send your products or the latest item in any custom post type.
If you’re not familiar with custom post types, they basically let you store new types of content on your WordPress site. For example, an event site might have an “Event” custom post type, a job board site might have a “Job” custom post type, etc.
For custom WordPress sites, this opens up some really cool solutions. Here are some examples:
- WooCommerce store – automatically send an email with your recently added products.
- Event site – automatically send an email with your latest events.
- Job board – automatically send a list of the most recent job listings.
- Directory site – automatically send an email with the businesses/service providers that have been most recently added.
Here’s an example of what it looks like to automatically insert posts from a custom post type – “Jobs” in this example:
Basically, no matter what type of content you’re creating, you can use MailPoet to automatically send out new content notification emails.
Start automatically sending blog posts to subscribers today
Automatically sending your blog posts to subscribers is a great way to engage with your audience and promote your content without lifting a finger. Once you set up your automatic post notifications, you can be confident that they’ll go out at the right time and with the right formatting.
With MailPoet, you can easily set up these automations for your blog posts (or any other type of content). Or, you can also quickly insert blog posts in newsletters that you manually create.
If you already use MailPoet, try this feature today and start benefiting from automation.
And if you haven’t started using MailPoet yet, install the free MailPoet plugin today and you’ll be up and running in no time.
A great email solution for your WordPress
Activate MailPoet. Unlock possibilities. Bring your audience back to your site with emails!
How to Notify Subscribers of New Posts in WordPress (3 Ways)
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Do you want to notify your website subscribers about new posts on your WordPress blog?
Notifying your subscribers about new content helps you stay in touch with your visitors, bring them back to your website, and convert them into customers.
In this article, we’ll show you how you can notify subscribers when new posts are published on your WordPress blog.
Why Notify Subscribers of New Posts in WordPress?
For most websites, nearly 70% of website visitors will never come back again. By notifying subscribers that you’ve published a new post, they’re likely to return to your WordPress website to read it.
This lets you provide more value and deepen the relationship with your subscribers. For online stores, notifying subscribers of new posts will help you to turn those subscribers into loyal customers.
That being said, let’s look at how you can notify subscribers of your new posts using a few different methods. Simply use the quick links below to jump straight to the method you want to use to send post notifications.
- Send new posts to email list subscribers
- Send subscribers new RSS feed emails
- Send new posts to push notification subscribers
Method 1. Send New WordPress Posts to Email Newsletter Subscribers
Your email list is one of the best ways to notify your subscribers that you’ve published a new blog post.
If you haven’t started your email list yet, then you need to choose the right email marketing service provider to get started.
We recommend using Constant Contact since it’s one of the best email marketing services for small businesses.
It’s easy to use and is the most beginner friendly email marketing service. You get simple tracking and reporting, unlimited emails, social media sharing tools, segmentation, a free image library, and much more.
Plus, it offers unmatched customer support across channels like live chat, email, phone, and more.
For more details on setting up your email list and sending emails, see our guide on how to create an email newsletter the right way.
Constant Contact includes all the tools you need to send your new posts to your email newsletter subscribers. You can even embed your new blog post directly into your email.
If you’re using a different email marketing service like HubSpot, ConvertKit, Drip, or something else, then the process will be similar.
Method 2. Send an Automatic RSS Email to Your Subscribers
RSS feeds are a technology built in to WordPress that sends out regular updates whenever you publish a new blog post.
RSS feeds work by publishing your latest content in a structured XML document. The document by itself isn’t very readable for humans.
But you can use the RSS feed on your website to automatically send out an email whenever a new blog post is published. That means you wouldn’t need to manually create an email newsletter each time.
To do this, we recommend using Sendinblue. It’s another popular email marketing service that offers a forever free plan to send up to 300 emails a day and supports unlimited email contacts.
You can also easily create email workflows, send transactional emails, and determine the best time of day to send emails.
First, you’ll need to go to the Sendinblue website to create an account. Click the ‘Sign up free’ button to set up your account.
After that, you need to enter an email and password to create your account.
Once you confirm your email address, you’ll be taken to a screen where you can finish creating your profile.
You’ll need to enter your personal and company information and then click the ‘Next’ button.
After that, you need to choose your plan.
For this tutorial, we’ll select the Free plan, but you’re welcome to upgrade to a pro plan at this time.
After you’ve created an account, you’ll see your Sendinblue dashboard.
If you didn’t finish your profile during setup, then you’ll be prompted to do so here.
Now, click the ‘+’ button in the top navigation menu.
Then click the ‘Integrations’ menu option below that.
Type ‘RSS’ into the search bar and you’ll see the RSS campaign option.
Clicking on ‘RSS campaign’ brings you to a screen where you need to name your integration and click the ‘Create integration’ button.
The name won’t be displayed anywhere, but will help you remember the purpose of the integration.
Now you need to configure the settings for your integration.
First, enter the URL for your RSS feed. As a WordPress user, your website already publishes an RSS feed. You can find your RSS feed by simply adding /feed/ to the end of your website’s address.
Then, click the ‘Load RSS feed’ button. You’ll receive a confirmation if it’s loaded successfully.
Next, scroll down under your RSS feed to click the ‘Continue’ button.
After that, you can choose to use the default template or choose from an email template you’ve already created.
We recommend using the default template since it’s already set up and formatted the right way.
Then click ‘Confirm email template’.
Next you need to select the email list you want to send the RSS email to.
Simply choose your list from the drop down and click ‘Continue’.
Now you can customize your email campaign settings.
The ‘Campaign Name’ will help you remember what the campaign is for.
The ‘Subject line’ is what will appear in your subscriber’s inbox. This is the first thing they’ll see, and it needs to be relevant to the content of your email.
You can use the dynamic content fields to generate new subject lines automatically. Simply click the ‘Add a dynamic content’ button and select ‘TITLE’ from the drop down list.
This will automatically add your recent blog post title as the subject line.
Para el ‘De correo electrónico’, simplemente seleccione su dirección de correo electrónico de la lista desplegable.
Este puede ser el correo electrónico que utilizó para crear una cuenta u otra dirección que haya agregado.
El ‘De Nombre’ puede ser su nombre o el nombre de su empresa.
Esto ayudará a sus visitantes a recordar de quién proviene el correo electrónico.
Después de eso, haga clic en el botón ‘Continuar’.
A continuación, debe elegir los días de la semana que desea que se envíen los correos electrónicos RSS.
Simply mark the casillas de los días de la semana in which desea that envíen los correos electrónicos de su nueva publication de blog.
Read, make sure that the automatic campaña radio button is selected and click on ‘Continuar’.
Esto hará that Sendinblue automatically sends an electronic correo in el momento en que aparezca en su fuente RSS.
Una vez que haya hecho eso, haga clic en el botón ‘Guardar y activar’.
¡Eso that’s it! Ahora, cada vez que publique una nueva publication, will automatically send an electronic correo RSS to sus subscribers.
Method 3. Send New WordPress Posts to Push Notification Subscribers
Otra formed in that the personas can subscribe to his web site and subscribe to his automatic notifications. These emerging notifications allow you to send messages to visitors through mobile devices and writing desks.
The automatic notifications the communication permit con sus visitantes in el instante in which a new publication is published without hoping for a revision on the tape of entrada de correo electrónico, lo que hace que estas notifications sean extremadamente valiosas.
Este es un ejemplo de cómo se ve una notification de publication para tus subscribers:
The easiest form of aggregating push notifications to WordPress is using PushEngage. It is the best marketing push notification software used by more than 10,000 companies.
For more details on how to configure automatic notifications, see our guide on how to aggregate automatic web notifications on the WordPress site.
Once you activate it and configure the complemento, the automatic notifications for new publications will be automatically enabled.
The notification includes the title of the post and a special version of the submitted photo. After clicking on the notification, it will be sent automatically to your new WordPress blog post.
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