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Paid Memberships Pro – MailChimp Add On

Descripción

Specify the subscripiton list(s) for your site’s WordPress Users and PMPro Members. If Paid Memberships Pro is installed you can specify additional list settings by membership level.

The plugin has a setting to require/not require MailChimp’s double opt-in, as well as a setting to unsubscribe members on level change. This allows you to move members from list to list based on membership level. It is important to note that with this setting active the member will be unsubscribed from ALL other lists on membership level change and will only be subscribed to the list(s) set for their active membership level.

  • General settings for all members/subscribers list, opt-in rules, and unsubscribe rules.
  • Membership-level specific list subscription settings.

Instalación

This plugin works with and without Paid Memberships Pro installed.

Download, Install and Activate!

  1. Upload the pmpro-mailchimp directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory of your site.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. The settings page is at Settings –> PMPro Mailchimp in the WP dashboard.

Double Opt-in Required?

Select Yes or No to require/not require MailChimp’s double opt-in.

Unsubscribe on Level Change?

This setting allows you to move members from list to list based on membership level. It is important to note that with this setting active the member will be unsubscribed from ALL other lists on membership level change and will ONLY be subscribed to the list(s) set for their active membership level.

Preguntas frecuentes

This plugin works with and without Paid Memberships Pro installed.

Download, Install and Activate!

  1. Upload the pmpro-mailchimp directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory of your site.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. The settings page is at Settings –> PMPro Mailchimp in the WP dashboard.

Double Opt-in Required?

Select Yes or No to require/not require MailChimp’s double opt-in.

Unsubscribe on Level Change?

This setting allows you to move members from list to list based on membership level. It is important to note that with this setting active the member will be unsubscribed from ALL other lists on membership level change and will ONLY be subscribed to the list(s) set for their active membership level.

I found a bug in the plugin.

Please post it in the issues section of GitHub and we’ll fix it as soon as we can. Thanks for helping. https://github.com/strangerstudios/pmpro-mailchimp/issues

I need help installing, configuring, or customizing the plugin.

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Mailchimp for WooCommerce

Join the 17 million customers who use Mailchimp, the world’s largest marketing automation platform, to develop their e-commerce marketing strategy. With the official Mailchimp for WooCommerce integration, your customers and their purchase data are automatically synced with your Mailchimp account, making it easy to send targeted campaigns, automatically follow up with customers post-purchase, recommend products, recover abandoned carts, and measure the ROI of your marketing efforts. And it’s completely free.
With Mailchimp for WooCommerce, you’ll have the power to:
– Sync list and purchase data.
– Set up marketing automations to remind customers about items they left in their cart or viewed on your site, win back lapsed customers, and follow up post-purchase. (Now available for free accounts!)
– Showcase product recommendations.
– Track and segment customers based on purchase history and purchase frequency.
– View detailed data on your marketing performance in your Mailchimp Dashboard.
– Find new customers, connect with current ones, and drive them all to your website with Facebook and Instagram ads. Then, set up Google remarketing ads to turn your site visitors into shoppers.
– Automatically embed a pop-up form that converts your website visitors to subscribers.
– Add discount codes created in WooCommerce to your emails and automations with a Promo Code content block
– Create beautiful landing pages that make it easy to highlight your products, promote a sale or giveaway, and grow your list.

Important Notes

This plugin supports our most powerful API 3.0 features, and is intended for users who have not yet integrated their WooCommerce stores with Mailchimp.
You can run this new integration at the same time as your current WooCommerce integration for Mailchimp. However, data from the older integration will display separately in subscriber profiles, and can’t be used with e-commerce features that require API 3.0.
WordPress.com compatibility is limited to Business tier users only.
At this time, the synchronization of product categories from WooCommerce to Mailchimp is not supported.

Installasjon

Before You Start

Here are some things to know before you begin this process.
– This plugin requires you to have the WooCommerce plugin already installed and activated in WordPress.
– Your hosting environment must meet WooCommerce’s minimum requirements, including PHP 7.0 or greater.
– We recommend you use this plugin in a staging environment before installing it on production servers. To learn more about staging environments, check out these related WordPress plugins.
– Mailchimp for WooCommerce syncs the customer’s first name, last name, email address, and orders.
– WooCommerce customers who haven’t signed up for marketing emails will appear in the Transactional portion of your list, and cannot be exported.

Task Roadmap

You’ll need to do a few things to connect your WooCommerce store to Mailchimp.
– Download the plugin.
– Install the plugin on your WordPress Admin site.
– Connect the plugin with your Mailchimp API Key.
– Configure your list settings to complete the data sync process.

Advanced Queue Setup In CLI mode

To optimize the performance of your Mailchimp integration – it is recommended that you run the queue in CLI mode.
First define a constant in your config file
define(«DISABLE_WP_HTTP_WORKER», true);
You have 2 options to run this process:
1. On a cron schedule every minute:
* * * * * /usr/bin/wp –url=http://yourdomain.com –path=/full/path/to/install/ queue listen
2. Using a process manager like Monit or Supervisord:
/usr/bin/wp –url=http://yourdomain.com –path=/full/path/to/install/ queue listen

Optional on-demand queue processing

If you would like to turn off the background queue processing and handle jobs «on-demand» you can do so by adding a constant in your wp-config.php file:
define(«MAILCHIMP_DISABLE_QUEUE», true);
This is helpful with high CPU usage on small servers by making a call to the admin-ajax file and manually processing a single request at a time.

Multi-site Setups

The Mailchimp for WooCommerce supports WordPress Multi Sites and below are a few things to note.
– Each site that has the plugin installed is a separate connection to Mailchimp.
– Deactivating – disables the plugin from sending data to Mailchimp. Upon reactivating the plugins original setup details will be intact. Deleting is necessary to connect a different Mailchimp list with WooCommerce.
– Deleting removes the connection between Mailchimp and WooCommerce, and uninstalls the plugin from your site.
Refer to the WordPress Codex for more information about Multisite Network Administration

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This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

MailChimp List Subscribe Form

Use the MailChimp List Subscribe plugin to quickly add a MailChimp signup form widget to your WordPress 2.8 or higher site.

After installation, you’ll log in with your API key, select your MailChimp list, choose merge fields and groups, and add the widget to your site. Typically, installation and setup will take about 5-10 minutes, and absolutely everything can be done via the WordPress Setting GUI, with no file editing at all.

WordPress.com compatibility is limited to Business tier users only. How to add a signup form if you have a WordPress.com site.

If you are upgrading to version 1.2.1 and you used the widget in your sidebar previously, all you need to do is drag the MailChimp Widget back into the sidebar, visit the MailChimp settings page (which will have maintained your prior settings), click the “Update List” button, and you’re done!

Internationalization (i18n)

Currently we have the plugin configured so it can be easily translated and the following languages supported:

  • bg_BG – Bulgarian in Bulgaria (thanks to SiteGround for contributing)
  • cs_CZ – Czech in the Czech Republic (thanks to Peter Kahoun for contributing)
  • da_DK – Danish in Denmark (thanks to Jan Lund for contributing)
  • de_DE – German in Germany (thanks to Michael Jaekel for contributing)
  • el_GR – Modern Greek in Greece (thanks to Ιωάννης Δημοφέρλιας (John Dimoferlias) for contributing)
  • en_US – English in the U.S.
  • es_CL – Spanish in Chile (thanks to Tomás Nader for contributing)
  • es_ES – Spanish in Spain (thanks to Claudia Mansilla for contributing)
  • et_ET – Estonian in Estonia (thanks to Helen Urbanik for contributing)
  • fr_FR – French in France (thanks to Maxime Toulliou for contributing)
  • he_IL – Hebrew in Israel (thanks to שגיב בית for contributing)
  • hu_HU – Hungarian in Hungary (thanks to Okostobi for contributing)
  • it_IT – Italian in Italy (thanks to Stefan Des for contributing)
  • ko_KR – Korean (thanks to 백선기 (SK Baek) for contributing)
  • nb_NO – Norwegian (thanks to Alexander Roterud aka Defrag for contributing)
  • nl_BE – Dutch (thanks to Filip Stas for contributing)
  • pt_BR – Portuguese in Brazil (thanks to Maria Manoela Porto for contributing)
  • pt_PT – Portuguese in Portugal (thanks to Tiago Faria for contributing)
  • ro_RO – Romanian in Romania (thanks to Alexandru Armin Roșu for contributing)
  • ru_RU – Russian in the Russian Federation (thanks to Илья for contributing)
  • sv_SE – Swedish in Sweden (thanks to Sebastian Johnsson for contributing)
  • tr_TR – Turkish in Turkey (thanks to Hakan E. for contributing)

If your language is not listed above, feel free to create a translation. Here are the basic steps:

  1. Copy “mailchimp_i18n-en_US.po” to “mailchimp_i18n-LANG_COUNTRY.po” – fill in LANG and COUNTRY with whatever you use for WPLANG in wp-config.php
  2. Grab a transalation editor. POedit works for us
  3. Translate each line – if you need some context, just open up mailchimp.php and search for the line number or text
  4. Fork the repository on github
  5. Clone the develop branch
  6. Add the appropriately named files to the /po/ directory and edit the /readme.txt to include how you’d like to be attributed
  7. Make a pull request

Screenshots

  • Entering your MailChimp login info
  • Selecting your MailChimp list
  • Configuring your Signup Form display format (optional)
  • Configuring extra fields on your Signup Form (optional)
  • An example Signup Form Widget

This section describes how to install the plugin and get started using it.

Version 2.8+

  1. Unzip our archive and upload the entire mailchimp directory to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
  3. Navigate to Settings click MailChimp Setup.
  4. Enter your MailChimp API Key and let the plugin verify it.
  5. Select the list where you want to send new MailChimp subscribers.
  6. Optional: turn MonkeyRewards on or off.
  7. Optional: Turn Merge Fields and Groups on or off. Navigate to Appearance, and click Widgets. Drag the MailChimp Widget into one of your Widget Areas.

If you have a custom coded sidebar or bells and whistles that prevent enabling widgets through the WordPress GUI, complete these steps instead.

WordPress v2.8 or higher:
[mailchimpsf_form]

If you are adding it inside a php code block, pop this in:

Or, if you are dropping it in between a bunch of HTML, use this:

Where ever you want it to show up.

Note: in some environments you will need to install the Exec_PHP plugin to use that method of display. It can be found here: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/exec-php/

سوالات متداول

This section describes how to install the plugin and get started using it.

Version 2.8+

  1. Unzip our archive and upload the entire mailchimp directory to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
  3. Navigate to Settings click MailChimp Setup.
  4. Enter your MailChimp API Key and let the plugin verify it.
  5. Select the list where you want to send new MailChimp subscribers.
  6. Optional: turn MonkeyRewards on or off.
  7. Optional: Turn Merge Fields and Groups on or off. Navigate to Appearance, and click Widgets. Drag the MailChimp Widget into one of your Widget Areas.

If you have a custom coded sidebar or bells and whistles that prevent enabling widgets through the WordPress GUI, complete these steps instead.

WordPress v2.8 or higher:
[mailchimpsf_form]

If you are adding it inside a php code block, pop this in:

Or, if you are dropping it in between a bunch of HTML, use this:

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