The MailPoet developers have just posted a new Paid Memberships Pro add on, allowing your customers to subscribe to your MailPost newsletters as part of membership checkout. The plugin adds a checkbox on the checkout page where members can optionally subscribe to your MailPoet newsletters.

This plugin requires the MailPoet plugin and Paid Memberships Pro plugin.

MailPoet (formerly Wysija Newsletters) is a WordPress plugin that allows you to send newsletters, post notifications or autoresponders directly from your site’s WordPress admin.

View and Download at WordPress.org


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Is it possible to make the MailPoet-Checkbox a “required field” – so the subscriber gets automattic MailPoet-Newsletters when new content is posted in the “Premium-Category”

Not sure. Could be a question for MailPoet. They might know the most straight forward way to do this. I’m sure it would be possible via some custom code that either hooks into the plugins or even some JavaScript that simply swaps out the checkoutbox/etc with a hidden input that is set to 1/etc.

I’d also like a way to automatically add new members to MailPoet lists. Having a checkbox on the checkout is not a good option. I need a way to contact all new members. It’s not so much for a newsletter as it is for training and later upselling.

I having problems with this plugin. On the join up page the check box works fine. But in the profile page it only subscribes and unsubscribes the WP user list, the others are not being selected.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

[…] Here’s a free integration between Paid Memberships Pro and MailPoet to allow your customers to subscribe to your MailPoet newsletters as part of the membership checkout. They’ve also launched a tutorial on integrating Gravity Forms for paid members and an integration with WooCommerce. […]

[…] Here’s a free integration between Paid Memberships Pro and MailPoet to allow your customers to subscribe to your MailPoet newsletters as part of the membership checkout. They’ve also launched a tutorial on integrating Gravity Forms for paid members and an integration with WooCommerce. […]

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