Build a ‘WordBurner’ Email Newsletter Manager using WordPress and FeedBurner

This is a great tutorial on how-to create your own newsletter using WordPress and FeedBurner. With many images and exact step-to-step explanations.

Build a ‘WordBurner’ Email Newsletter Manager using WordPress and FeedBurner

by Paul Burgess

There are lots of different ways to communicate with your users these days. RSS feeds, SMS, & sites like Twitter have changed how we speak to our audience. But for my money, you can’t beat the personal touch of a good ol’ email newsletter.

Of course keeping up a newsletter can take effort, but in this tutorial I’ll show you how to use your regular WordPress website combined with Feedburner to make a simple email newsletter manager.

There are many dedicated and great email newsletter solutions on the market. This is not intended to replace them, but rather to offer an easy way to email visitors of your personal site or blog a round up of updates and news without having to install new software or set up new systems.

— (Via NETTUTS – Web development tutorials and links – » Build a ‘WordBurner’ Email Newsletter Manager using WordPress and FeedBurner).

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