Save hours and get more subscribers with Newsletter Glue Pro.
5 stars on the WordPress plugin directory.
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This plugin is hands-down the best plugin I’ve ever installed and used.
When I encountered a couple of (small) bugs, and had a few feature requests, I reached out to the developers and within less than a day, they responded. Usually within another day or two, my wish was fulfilled: bugs fixed, features added.
Seriously, get this plugin.
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Newsletter Glue Pro features
Integrate with ActiveCampaign, Campaign Monitor, GetResponse, MailerLite, Sendinblue and Sendy.
Newsletter theme designer
Customise your newsletter theme with colours, font size, featured images and more.
Add an author byline and social media follow button.
Customise this card to help its content stand out.
Add meta data to each post. Includes reading time, read online and more.
Bulk embed articles and customise their layout.
Display posts from various social media platforms by pasting directly into editor.
New subscribers can sign up to your mailing list.
Design tables and select dimensions intuitively using native columns block.
Commonly asked questions
The free version of Newsletter Glue will work with the classic editor, but it's not optimised for it.
You also won't be able to use our pro blocks which are built for the Gutenberg block editor.
You can pay with your credit card using Stripe checkout. Or your PayPal account.
Your license key is valid for one year from the purchase date. You need an active license key for continued access to automatic updates, bug fixes and support.
Yes, you can easily upgrade your license from your account page.
Yes, your subscription can be cancelled at any time from your account page. You will retain access to support and updates until your license key expires, one year from the purchase date.
Newsletter Glue is updated in the same way as any other plugin — With 1 click inside the plugins page of your WordPress admin.
Newsletter Glue works on self-hosted WordPress installs and WordPress.com if you have a Business plan, which allows third-party plugins to be installed.