New Post Notifications

Noptin makes it very easy to collect emails from your website visitors.

But that is not all.

For starters, you can notify your subscribers every time you publish a new post. That way, you will always have repeat visitors to your blog.

How To Set Up New Post Notifications In WordPress

New posts notifications is a type of email automation offered in the free version of Noptin. You can set up several of them using different settings.

The free version, however, only lets you send out notifications for all blog posts. If you need to set up notifications for other post types or limit your notifications to specific tags/categories/taxonomies, you need to install the Ultimate Addons Pack.

To set up new post notifications:-

  1. Click on Noptin > Email Campaigns to open the email campaigns page.
    open email campaigns page
  2. Next, open the Automations tab then click on the Create New Automation button.
    create new automation
  3. Select Post Notifications from the popup that appears.
    select new post notifications
  4. Finally, give your new automation a name then click on the continue button.
    new post notifications initial setup

Noptin will create your campaign then open it in the email editor.

The editor allows you to set your email’s:-


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And if you have the Ultimate Addons Pack, you can also change the post type to send email notifications for…

… and/or only send / avoid sending notifications for specific terms.

The default behavior is to send out notifications for all new blog posts.

Here is an example of how the email might look like:-

sample new post notification email

Email Tags / Merge Tags

You can use the following email tags in addition to the default email tags provided by Noptin.

  • [[post_title]] – To reference the post’s title.
  • [[post_excerpt]] – To reference the post’s excerpt.
  • [[post_content]] – To reference the post’s content.
  • [[post_author]] – To reference the authors display name.
  • [[post_author_email]] – To reference the author’s email address.
  • [[post_author_login]] – To reference the author’s login name.
  • [[post_author_id]] – To reference the author’s ID.
  • [[post_date]] – To reference the post’s publication date.
  • [[post_url]] – To reference the post’s url.
  • [[post_id]] – To reference the post’s ID.
  • [[comment_count]] – To reference the number of comments the post has.
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