Posted by Aarron on Dec 5, 2011
We recently released a cool little WordPress plugin called Social that pulls the conversations on Twitter and Facebook about your blog into each post and makes it easy to broadcast to social channels when you publish. We were scratching our own itch. We’ve pined for a better way to handle comments on our blog, so we teamed up with our friends at Crowd Favorite to make a tailor-made solution. It turns out that we’re not alone. Ten thousand people have tried Social on their blogs too. After months of usage, we discovered a few things we could do better. Today we’re releasing Social 2.0 with a whole bunch of improvements.
Posted by Amanda on Apr 30, 2009
Dialect, a small web marketing company on Vancouver Island in Canada, has developed a plugin that connects your Shopify online store with MailChimp. It works by allowing you to process a Webhook from Shopify and subscribe the purchaser to a specific MailChimp list. In a nutshell, Webhooks enable you to collect information about events as …
Posted by Ben on Jan 16, 2009
The folks at BestRecipes.com.au have created an email marketing vBulletin MailChimp plugin. It allows vBulletin forum administrators to add email newsletter subscription options to their member registration forms like this: btw, I’ll be trying this Banana Pikelets recipe this morning. eep eep!