Easily create and edit an unlimited number of newsletter templates directly inside the WordPress editor with Newsletter Glue.
I’m super excited to launch Newsletter Glue v.2. This is something we’ve worked on for the past 3-4 months and are really proud of. We’re currently rolling this out in stages. So if you haven’t already seen an option to update the plugin, you should see it in the next couple of weeks. In this
Want to learn how to monetize your newsletter quickly? Here are some ideas to get you started.
Cross-promotion should be one of your main strategies for promoting your newsletter and growing your email subscriptions.
I’m proud to introduce our new site. It’s the first step in Newsletter Glue v.2 and shows our commitment to the plugin. Here’s the backstory.
If you’ve been wondering how to create a newsletter in WordPress using Newsletter Glue, this opinionated step-by-step post is for you. This weekend, I took the plunge and moved my Substack newsletter, Coding Climate, to WordPress. In this post, I’ll take you along as I get set up with Newsletter Glue. Get ready for lots
You already have a successful blog, but are missing out on loads more potential readers: newsletter subscribers. Here’s why and how to reach them.
It’s important to have a newsletter archive. In this article we review a number of different ways to do this and look at the pros and cons of each.
It’s now simple to import Google Docs to WordPress with the block editor. But images remain a problem. Here are all the solutions I found.
SendView gives you the data online businesses need to dissect and learn from their competitors’ email marketing campaigns.