Mailing lists are useful tool with which you can keep in contact with your clients. As your business expands, the list will grow, so you’ll want a plugin that can handle the load, and will do the job in an efficient manner.
We bring you the list of 5 mailing list plugins that we think you should check out.


When creating mailing lists every user has its own preference. Each plugin has something unique that could be useful to you. It is important to know what you want to get out of it. A good idea is to plan ahead and see what’s the direction your web page will follow. It’s always tempting to just install the first highest rated plugin you stumble upon and hope for the best, but the chances are that you’ll probably need something different in the future.

Optin Monster

Optin Monster has a tons of useful features and is really fast. It’s a cloud based plugin, which means that you can maneuver multiple opt-in forms on multiple web sites. Another interesting feature that Optin Monster has is the built in drag & drop form builder, A/B Split Testing, Page Level Targeting and built in analytics.

WP Subscribe Pro

Another great plugin with all appropriate features to build a very useful mailing list for your website. This plugin can also easily integrate with Feedburner, Aweber, MailChimp and GetResponse. It is entirely compatible with the most popular caching plugins like WP Rocket, W3 Total Cache and WP Super Cache. You can add custom optin form below or above the content.

Optin Forms

If you really don’t like to see popups on your website this plugin is made for you. You can put forms inside posts and pages. This plugin works with most of the automatic services and it comes with nice templates.

PopUp Domination

PopUp Domination works with every website and email provider (their claim). It has several templates ready to use and a plethora of features (A/B testing, analytics, popup triggers and more). One interesting feature is that you have 60 day money back guarantee.

Thrive Leadssplited

Thrive Leads has many options and features – popups, ribbon forms, in line forms, as well as A/B testing, analytics and more. It is compatible with all the popular services, has slide-in forms, mini quiz forms and much more.

These are the mailing list plugins we’d recommend, but in the end it’s up to you to decide. It’s always good to consider what you want to achieve and how you’ll invest your money – it’s worth spending some time on it to advance your business forward.

 

 

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