Collect your blog posts for the past month and send them out at the top of a new month to subscribers. All automatically.
The easy-to-use WordPress plug-in that recycles your blog posts into a newsletter and sends it out automatically!
Since version 2.7 setting up a Cronjob is not required and you have the option of using WordPress's scheduler. Cronjob is not compatible with a Windows based Hosting environment but the WP Cron is.
The Easy Automatic Newsletter Lite plug-in does exactly what it is called. Instead of sweating bullets every time you need to make a newsletter, all you need to focus on with our plug-in is to keep blogging and tweeting great content.
If you can write a blog post every hour, day or week you will have enough content for your newsletter whether you send it out daily, weekly or monthly (you can also send it out 2x per month, quarterly and yearly)
If you write more than that, you'll have a robust newsletter begging the question from recipients "How do you have time to do that?" – we think that's a good thing.
Let's face it, not everyone you already know reads your blog. And in an age where recycling is good, don't let great content be used for a single audience.
Wouldn't it be nice to take a month's worth of blog posts and format it into a clean e-mail newsletter and send it out to your subscribers? That's exactly what our plug-in will do. It will also include your Tweets as well. Once configured (takes about 10 minutes), it works automatically every month. All you need to do is keep blogging and tweeting. Tweeting, by the way, is optional for the plug-in.
If you find it useful please don't forget to rate this plugin. In addition, if you really find it beneficial and have some money to spare, your donation is surely appreciated.
** Follow us on Twitter @chiefatlarge for all updates on the Easy Automatic Newsletter Lite plugin (EAN)
Requires: 3.3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.0
Last Updated: 2014-12-30
Active Installs: 1,000+
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
Got something to say? Need help?