Since the launch of MailOptin, we’ve continued to listen to your feedback and added a ton of features to increase your lead generation and email marketing success.. In this post, I’ll go over some of the new features that have landed in MailOptin I feel is worth mentioning.
MailPoet, a leading WordPress-based list management and email marketing plugin recently released an all new version 3. Happy to let you know MailOptin seamlessly integrate with MailPoet 3 so you to capture leads as well as options to disable double-optin and welcome message sent to new subscribers.
Since our launch, we’ve added a couple of email service providers including ActiveCampaign, Drip, ConvertKit, EmailOctopus, MailerLite.
Integrations such as ActiveCampaign, Drip and ConvertKit support adding tags to leads. The folks at AWeber got in touch with us to let us know they have a tagging feature which we’ve also implemented.
We’ve also built an integration with Elementor page builder so you can use their form widget together with MailOptin to capture leads.
Click-launch Optin Trigger
Shortcode & Template tag Embed
MailOptin ships with page-level targeting that allows you to select where you want your optin campaigns to display. We’ve gone a step further to introduce shortcode and template-tag embed support so you can display your opt-ins anywhere in post or pages and your theme template files respectively.
New Optin Form Themes
We’ve also added a couple of new optin form themes ready for your use with more to come.
And finally, we made a small design refresh to the form and email template builder.
If you don’t see all these improvements, update your MailOptin plugins through your WordPress admin to get them.
Prior to this time, the Standard pricing plan only support a single WordPress site. We’ve extended it to 3 sites.
We made this change to make MailOptin more affordable.
These are by no means all the features we’ve since added, rather the notable ones. If you have any questions, feel free to shoot us a message.