Subscribing Ultimate Member Users to Your Email Marketing Lists
Ultimate Member is a membership and user profile WordPress plugin that allows you to create powerful online communities and membership sites with WordPress. It is designed to provide features such as front-end user profiles, user registration and login forms, member directories, content restrictions, user roles, and more.
If you operate a membership website, it is essential to create an email list of your members or users. By sending them discounts, new offers, products, etc., you can generate more sales through your email list. This strategy has been proven to be effective in encouraging customers to return to your store. So, start building your email list today to stay connected with your customers and boost your online sales.
When a user signs up or registers to your WordPress site via an Ultimate Member registration form, MailOptin can automatically add them to a specific email list in your email marketing or newsletter software such as MailChimp, Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Drip, AWeber, ConvertKit, MailerLite, Constant Contact, GetResponse, Sendy, Campaign Monitor, ActiveCampaign, Brevo (Sendinblue), Gist, Klaviyo, Sendlane, Mailster, Vertical Response, Mailjet, HubSpot, Ontraport, Moosend, MailPoet, Zoho CRM, Zoho Campaigns, Keap Max Classic (Infusionsoft), Omnisend, Benchmark Email, SendFox, iContact, Mailgun, E-goi, SendGrid Email Marketing, GoDaddy Email Marketing, weMail, FluentCRM, CleverReach, NewsMAN, Facebook custom audience.
MailOptin integrates with Ultimate Member so you can automatically add your users to your email list after user registration, as well as give them the option to opt-in during checkout.
You can also segment your members or users to a specific contact list based on the registration form they sign up from, map customer data to custom fields, and assign tags.
Below are different ways you can use MailOptin with Ultimate Member. But first, please make sure your store is running Ultimate Member and has the MailOptin plugin activated.
User Registration via Any Registration Forms
Follow the steps below to add all Ultimate Member users to a specific email list regardless of the user registration form.
Go to MailOptin >> Settings >> Ultimate Member Integration and enable the MailOptin integration.
Select your email marketing software (e.g., Mailchimp, AWeber, MailerLite, etc.) and the email list to add customers to.
If you don’t use an email marketing service, you can save your students in WordPress by selecting “MailOptin Leads” as your integration. Learn more about MailOptin Leads.
You also can pass additional or extra user data about your students besides their names and email addresses by mapping their profile information to the corresponding custom fields in your email marketing software.
You can also specify or select custom tags to assign to them.
Finally, save your changes.
User Registration via Specific Registration Forms
To add members or WordPress users who register via specific registration forms to specific lists or assign particular tags, open up the registration form edit page in Ultimate Member.
Open the MailOptin Integration sidebar metabox to select your email marketing software, the list to add them to, map custom fields, and the tags to assign to them.
Setting Up Newsletter Subscription Checkbox
By default, MailOptin automatically subscribes Ultimate Member users to your email list after every user registration. The following guide will show you how to add an optin checkbox to the Ultimate Member registration form to ask permission before adding them to your email marketing list.
On Ultimate Member Integration Settings in the MailOptin settings page, change the Subscribe Method set to “Ask for permission” and configure the optin checkbox label.
Please remember to save your changes.
When a visitor or user of your WordPress is on the Ultimate Member registration form, they will see an optin checkbox nudging them to subscribe to your email list.
It’s that easy to subscribe Ultimate Member users to your email list or let users opt-in to lists and assign tags to them.