WordPress Email Newsletter Plugin

The Official Email Newsletter Tool for WordPress by CleverReach®

Doodle, kununu, bugatti and many more use CleverReach® for their email marketing. Why? Because it’s just so easy! You can do the same for your WordPress blog or homepage! With just a few clicks you can create your own, beautifully designed newsletter, even without any programming skills. You want the best email marketing plugin for your WordPress blog? Go and get it here: Download the CleverReach® plugin now and connect your WordPress backend to our newsletter tool.

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Gallery: Connect CleverReach® with your WordPress Blog

Video: Installation of WordPress Plugin

The CleverReach® Newsletter Plugin: What Does It Do?

The CleverReach® email marketing plugin creates a direct connection between our professional newsletter tool and your WordPress account. This enables you to have access to all functions of our extensive software – unlike a simple WordPress widget, that usually only lets you paste content into the sidebar and footer. In addition, you can use your CleverReach® registration forms for your WordPress page to attract even more readers to your newsletter!

All relevant data of your users will be automatically transmitted to CleverReach® and is constantly updated.

The synchronization of the plugin includes:

  • Your WordPress users will be added to your contact list in CleverReach®
  • A “newsletter” checkbox will be added to the default wordPress user registration, so you can explicitly mark users as email subscribers
  • Your web content that you can simply drag and drop into your newsletters in our user-friendly editor
  • Your subscription forms will be available in your WordPress backend and can also be changed from here

Email marketing made easy: Use your WordPress data to create newsletters that your readers will love! Regularly inform your recipients about products, events, notifications and editorial content.

You will profit from more opens and more clicks with less effort.

Simply connect your WordPress blog to our CleverReach® newsletter plugin, synchronize your WordPress contacts and create and send your first email newsletter.

This is the key to more success: Turn your customers into fans!

The right price plan for everyone: Choose between our flat rate and our high volume pricing model. For your smaller projects, we offer our prepaid solution. Change your price plan at any time.

All Features of CleverReach®

These are the key features of our professional newsletter tool:

If you have any questions, please contact our service team. We are happy to help!

Installation of the CleverReach® plugin

Step 1:
If you have enabled Multisite, navigate to “My Sites -> Network Admin -> Plugins”. If you have a single-site environment, navigate to “Plugins” in the sidebar menu.


Step 2:
Go to the “Add New” submenu item, and if you have a zip archive, upload it to WordPress. If you don’t have a zip archive, you can get the extension directly from WordPress using the search bar.


The third option is to manually upload the plugin folder by using FTP and uploading the plugin folder to the wp-content/plugins folder.

Step 3:
If you have enabled Multisite, you can enable the plugin for all sites by going to “Plugins -> Installed Plugins” with “Network Admin” selected from “My Sites” and activate the plugin by selecting “Network Activate”.
Another option is to enable the plugin only for a specific site by going to “My Sites -> Specific Site” and then navigate to “Plugins” in the menu tab and activate the plugin.
If you have a single site, then navigate to “Plugins -> Installed Plugins” and activate the plugin.


Step 4:
You can access your CleverReach® plugin by navigating to “WordPress > CleverReach®”


Step 5:
You can now create a new account at CleverReach or connect your existing one with WordPress. For the synchronization, you decide if

  • none of the WordPress users should be transmitted as subscribers
  • all of the WordPress users should be transmitted as subscribers
  • only users with the role “subscriber” should be transmitted as such

After your selection the plugin starts synchronizing your data with CleverReach®. Now it’s time to get started – you can create your first newsletter or integrate a CleverReach® subscription form directly from the plugin onto your site.

Use Contact Form 7 WordPress Plugin and synchronize with CleverReach®

WordPress users know and love the Contact Form 7 plugin; it’s one of the most widely used WordPress plugins. With CF7, you can manage contact forms and very easily customize mailings and forms and add them to your pages or posts via short code. With the CleverReach® Contact Form 7 plugin, all forms from the linked CleverReach® account are displayed in the plugin and can also be integrated via short code. Newsletter subscriptions to your WordPress newsletter via the Contact Form 7 plugin are also synchronized via double opt-in.

Detailed instructions on how to use Contact Form 7 in WordPress with CleverReach® can be found on our support pages under “Installation Contact Form 7“.

You need to install the Contact Form 7 Plugin version 5.0.0 or a more recent version, and the CleverReach® WordPress Plugin.

About WordPress

Since 2003 WordPress is the software for everyone. Users can create their very own website for free. WordPress is the world’s most widely used content management or publishing system. It is tailored to the specific needs of bloggers and its usability and flexibility are cherished by developers, designers and bloggers alike. WordPress is used primarily for creating weblogs. Today, over 32% of all websites online use WordPress as their preferred plattform for their content.

The application is very easy to use, flexible and customizable. In addition, WordPress can be downloaded for free and is installed in no time.

Single posts are created quickly and easily using the WYSIWYG (what you see what you get) editor.

As WordPress is open source, there is a huge amount of plugins and themes. Themes differ in design, but have the same structure and allow users to realize their personal design preferences in their blog. The additional functions can be easily integrated and edited using the built-in editor. So every user in the modular system can assemble their own application.

Although WordPress focuses primarily on the needs of bloggers, the application is also suitable as a content management system for static pages. Meanwhile, many companies use WordPress to build their company websites.