WordPress Newsletter Plugin by CleverReach
The plugin allows you to seamlessly connect our professional newsletter software with your WordPress backend.
All advantages of the CleverReach newsletter plugin for WordPress:
Newsletter subscriptions and the transfer of website content are possible without any problems:
- Our plugin enables you to win newsletter subscribers in compliance with data protection regulations via your WordPress page. Simply use our signup form or the Contact Form 7 plugin.
- Place your signup form wherever you need it – integrate it in the classic editor, Gutenberg editor, via short code or widget.
- Contacts signing up via the Contact Form 7 plugin can be synchronized via Double Opt In with CleverReach.
- Transfer of web content
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Always the right pricing: You can decide whether our Essential price plan, our Enterprise model, or our Flex solution is the best way to go for you. You can change your price plan at any time.
Go to WordPress now to download the plugin and install it in your WordPress backend. After that you can easily connect your blog or website with the
All Features of CleverReach
- Create and send newsletters with our user-friendly drag & drop editor
- Many different responsive templates for free
- Bring your own template and convert it to CleverReach
- Analyze the success of your mailings with our reporting
- Use tags to individualize your newsletters
- GDPR-compliant registration forms
- Free email support and regular posts on PUSHIII
- Improve user retention in your sleep with THEA, our email automation
If you have any questions, please contact our service team. We are happy to help!
Installation of the CleverReach plugin
- 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.
- 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 and entering “Cleverreach”. The third option is to manually upload the plugin folder by using FTP and uploading the plugin folder to the wp-content/plugins folder.
- 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, navigate to “Plugins -> Installed Plugins” and activate the plugin.
- You can access your CleverReach® plugin by navigating to “WordPress > CleverReach”
- Create a new account via the WordPress plugin or connect your already existing account. Now you can get started and create your first newsletter! With our new update you can now access your
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.
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