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Direct integration

Both a novice, as well as an experienced programmer can create a website for their business quickly with WordPress. The open-source platform offers everyone the right challenges and opportunities. Integrate WordPress with MailBlue, gain insights into the activities of your website visitors, and follow them up personally and automatically based on their online behavior.

Focus on structural growth

Grow your business by effectively collecting new leads for your MailBlue mailing list through your website. Place a form on your WordPress website, encourage new sign-ups, and effortlessly expand the reach of your company. Then, use MailBlue to stay in touch with leads based on collected data and online behavior.

Optimize your reach

Easily optimize your WordPress website for various search engines like Google and enhance the online visibility of your business. The easier it is for people to come across your company, the greater the chance of new leads or sales. Additionally, use MailBlue to increase and maintain your brand awareness, thereby encouraging repeat visits and purchases.

Make it your own

Align your WordPress website and MailBlue communications to perfectly express your brand identity and business vision. Utilize ready-made templates for your website, landing pages, or emails to kick-start your design process. With our revolutionary drag-and-drop designer, you can quickly customize these templates to your liking. Enjoy endless possibilities and effortlessly create a cohesive brand identity across all your communications.

Connect WordPress with MailBlue

Whether you have experience with coding or prefer a visual approach, WordPress assists you in setting up your own website. Integrate WordPress with MailBlue and take your business to the next level!

👉 Easily place forms to grow your contact list
👉 Track visitor behavior on your website
👉 Various integrations with external forms possible

You can also use one of the following third-party integrations to connect MailBlue with WordPress: