How to Connect WordPress to Elastic Email

Do you want to connect WordPress to the Elastic Email platform?

Elastic Email provides a robust email delivery platform with marketing tools and a transactional email API, all offered at an affordable price. It helps businesses create campaigns, manage subscribers, and monitor results.

MailOptin offers seamless integration with Elastic Email, so you can add email subscribers to your mailing list and send them emails from WordPress.

Follow the step-by-step guide below to connect MailOptin with your Elastic Email account.

Getting your Elastic Email API Credentials

To get the API Key of your Elastic Email account, follow the steps below.

Login to your Elastic Email account and visit Settings > Create additional API key.

Enter a name for the API key and select “Full access” as permission. Alternatively, select “Custom” and ensure your permission checklist is the same as the image below.

Create Elastic Email API key

Save to reveal your API key.

Connecting Elastic Email to WordPress

To integrate Elastic Email with MailOptin in your WordPress website, go to the Integrations settings page by clicking the sidebar menu link or the top menu tabs.

MailOptin plugin menu

Open the Elastic Email Connection section and enter the created API key.

Elastic Email integration settings in MailOptin

Finally, hit the “Save Changes” button.

We hope this article helped you learn how to connect WordPress to Elastic Email so you can start syncing your users, leads, and subscribers to your contact list in Elastic Email.