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WordPress and email blast templates

Answered => “Is there a WorPress plugin to generate a newsletter from blog posts?” on Quora.

http://www.quora.com/Is-there-a-wordpress-plugin-to-generate-a-newsletter-from-blog-posts

=> My answer…

Thanks for askin’.

While somewhat off topic, I’d like to mention that FeedBurner has subscribe to updates via email capabilities. Perhaps that’s something you’d like to offer?

An additional option could be to have a custom “page” added to your theme (but not necessarily accessible from the site) that would generate the email layout. That could be complex or it could be a simple list with thumbnails. There are also ways within the WordPress codex to limit who can see that page and who can not. The generating could also happen within a admin only plugin, I suppose.

In short, I’m not aware of any plugin. The issue would be the complexity / customization from one email template to the next. Having a custom page dev’ed is probably your next best bet. I’d start with the email layout / template and then just automate how it’s filled in and built out with a custom WP “page”.

btw, the proper spelling is WordPress. Cap W, cap P, no spaces.

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