We are long time users of Constant Contact. I would like to utilize Constant Contact as a way to send a periodic digest of blog posts to subscribers. Is this possible with this plugin?
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You are able to insert content from your blog into your Constant Contact email campaigns.
If you are using our third generation editor the ‘Read More’ options is a great tool for adding blog content or other web content into your email. Clicking the "Read More" link will take your contact to the web page so they can read the entire article. All you need to do is go to the source of your web content and copy (Ctrl + C) the URL you want to include in your email.
Click on our article to see how to do this:
If you are using the 2GE editor you can insert the content of up to 15 of your most recent blog posts from your blog's RSS feed into a block of an Email campaign, Event-related email, or Survey invitation. Each post you select includes a link back to your actual blog, and your campaign email's click reports will show which contacts clicked to view the additional blog content.
Note: If your blog has multiple pages, we will only be able to pull posts found on the first page.
To see how this works and to try it yourself click the link below:
You can use the Constant Contact WordPress Widget. You can read about it and download it here. http://www.seodenver.com/constant-contact-wordpress-widget/
yeah, my experience is that it doesn't work by adding it into the widget box of a site hosted by wordpress.com
would be great to get a solution to this posted. and if that happens, could someone ping me at firstname.lastname@example.org
That's exactly what I want to do: I want to use my CC newsletter as a digest of the new posts on our website each month. The site is built using WordPress and I know I could take the RSS feed and import it directly into . I'd rather not change newsletter providers, but I will if it means I save time not having to copy and paste. Any help?
The CC API plugin does this but it apparently doesn't work in firefox, at least not on my site. It works in IE and there's just a blank there in firefox.
Thanks for the feedback. Any chance you can share which version of Firefox you're using that the plugin doesn't show up in? Also, any chance you can show a screenshot of what is coming up blank?
How in the WORLD can I post a new WordPress Question... This is really not a reply! Anyway, here goes (moderator, please post this as a new topic): I'm considering WP-WordPress for free membership and eventual document sales on my site. In your opinion, will this integrate with Constant Contact and relieve me of manually copying subscribers (members) it logs at my site over to Constant Contact? Also, what are the improvements you mentioned to the WP Plugin from constant Contact that are to be released July 23? FYI, here is some info on WP-WordPress:
WP-Members has tools to create specific URLs for your registration page, which is great for acting as a landing page for ads. Add-ons for integrating w/ PayPal and email services or get all add-ons: $59/year