Posts Tagged ‘email’
Answering the question “Why is email through Wordpress so complicated?”
Why aren’t website’s contact form messages showing up in my inbox? It’s a common problem. It’s a common question. Here’s an answer. On a Reddit support forum for WordPress users, in a now-deleted post, someone said they were having trouble getting their contact forms and other email delivered when using 3rd-party email providers like Microsoft’s…Read More
Moving websites on shared hosting is easy, moving email on shared hosting is hard so…
This post is about choosing a 3rd party to host your company’s email instead of using the free email service that comes with almost all shared hosting plans. I got a call on Friday from a former client, a small, highly-technical business with a handful of very large, old-school Fortune 100 customers. Their site and…Read More
Should You Use Round Cube vs Horde vs Squirrel Mail for Email or Should You…?
Question from a client: [My Hosting Company] is asking to select default between Round Cube, Horde, and Squirrel Mail for the email… Not sure which too choose? For decades now most web hosting companies include email with their server plans. And all of them offer the same three, decades-old webmail clients as well: RoundCube, Horde, and…Read More
Email Marketing Results? Still Impressive!
There’s a reason just about every online marketing guru’s website dangles a “subscribe to our newsletter” popup: old-school email newsletters are still the most reliable online marketing method. In a post answering the question Does WordPress Email Marketing Actually Work? business tech blogger Brenda Barron says yes. Emphatically! You should read the whole post yourself but three excerpts —…Read More