Send newsletters, post notifications or autoresponders from WordPress easily, and beautifully.
I did test others plugins but i did choose wysija! It is free, simple! The best part is that the templates is customizable to fit your website design!
I'm a big fan of Wysija. The plugin has allowed me to create a newsletter that has the look and feel of my blog, and according to my SMTP provider essentially all of my emails get where they're going. I like the double-opt-in feature, too. Bonus: the support has been great. I came across what I think was a problem in the latest update that was keeping my newsletter from displaying properly, and within a few hours the developers had sent me a file that I uploaded to my server and that solved the problem.
My only unhappiness: I make a lot of use of the Simple Footnotes plugin, which lets me use a shortcode to create footnotes that, when viewed on the web, properly formats footnotes so they appear at the bottom of posts. Unfortunately, Wysija doesn't recognize shortcodes, as far as I can tell, and so when I have a post with footnotes, it doesn't translate well to the newsletter. I hope the developers will consider allowing users to enable shortcodes!
Facil configuração, permite personalizações de forma muito intuitiva, simplismente perfeito! e eu ainda salvei um gatinho xD
The plugin looks and behaves great and creates really nice newsletters. My only complaint (and why I did not give 5 starts) is because it's a real pain to extend.
I wish there were more hooks I could plug into to extend its functionality. I'm using time.ly's all-in-one event calendar on my site, and one of my requirements is to be able to insert these events into the newsletter using the WordPress Posts popup. The problem with the out-of-the-box behavior is twofold: first, it sorts by WP publish date, not event date. Second, the WP post title alone isn't often unique (it's often the same name, just the details that are changing). So the out of the box behavior for me when I use the WordPress Posts option to insert into my newsletter is a bunch of items with the same name, sorted in an insignificant manner.
I understand that, since these are custom post types and provided by a different extension, that wysija simply can't support this behavior out-of-the-box. However, it would be so much better if it could recognize that these types of things (sort order, title display within the popup) might want to be extended by people like me using WP hooks. Right now, I have to hack the middle of existing SQL statements, insert boolean variables before and after the core code, and comment it with sections that I changed, and then perform manual updates and reconcile the source code at every release. Not ideal, and easily preventable.
Not only don't I have any complaints about the actual plugin, but the customer support is really fast and friendly (I needed help integrating the form-widget into my layout).
So far, so good !
I just started using this plugin and it is great. After installing an update, a minor issue was found. I contacted support and within a day it was corrected. Support staff was very prompt in responding, and issue was resolved on first try.
And the plugin is incredibly easy to configure and use and creates exceptional newsletters.
Just started using this plugin for newsletters. Love it. Easy to use, easy to learn. Nice styles to work with.
Muito fácil,de configurar e funciona muito bem. Fantástico. Parabéns e muito obrigado.
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