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[VIDEO] Creating a pop-up with a MailChimp sign-up form

One of our users, Brian Hogg, made a very useful video that we'd like to share with you. In the video he explains how to use the MailChimp for WordPress plugin to create a sign-up form in a pop-up that shows after clicking a link or button on your site....

Why you should update to MailChimp for WordPress 4.0

This morning, we released version 4.0 of MailChimp for WordPress. While the new version does not come with that many visible changes, it is probably the most important update since we've started working on the plugin years ago. Why update? Version 4.0 will update you to the latest & greatest...

[VIDEO] Track sales performance of MailChimp campaigns

Last year we introduced eCommerce360 support for Premium users, which allows you to create various list segments based on the purchase activity of your subscribers. However, that's not all the eCommerce360 integration does. A lesser known feature is that it also helps you track the sales performance of your MailChimp...

Introducing Boxzilla

Yesterday, we launched a new plugin called Boxzilla, which was formerly known as Scroll Triggered Boxes. It allows you to easily create pop-up or slide-in boxes which can show at certain trigger points, like when a visitor is about to leave your page (exit intent) or after a visitors spends...

View forms in your editor using Shortcake

In version 3.1 of the plugin, we added support for Shortcake UI, a plugin we recently came across. Shortcake supplies a user-friendly interface for adding shortcodes to a post, and viewing or editing it from within the content editor. We were really impressed by Shortcake and believe that it should...