New York, New York--May 12, 2020-- Seynd web push notification services have launched a free web push notifications plug-in for WordPress users. Users can start directly communicating with website subscribers using web push notifications.
"Web Push Notifications were created to help solve the problem of emails becoming increasingly less effective. These alert-style messages are sent from your website to your opt-in prospects and customers without the obstacles or limitation seen in email and mobile push notifications."-- Bill Schroyer, CTO
WordPress Users downloading Seynd's new plug-in can start sending web push notifications to 2000 of their subscribers from any of their WordPress websites for free. Many users agree that web push notification is one of the best compliments to email marketing:
"...I signed up without really knowing what this was. A month later, our website traffic is way up, re-engagement is way up and sales hit an all-time high. We sell high-end products so your service has had a very big impact on our bottom line." -- Shawn, Small Business CEO
Web push notifications by nature, guarantee 100% delivery and open rate while making it easier than ever to increase subscribers through a one-click subscription model. Seynd's WordPress plug-in includes custom opt-in messages, welcome campaign templates, automated A/B testing, and performance analytics for tracking.
You can download the Seynd plug-in at https://wordpress.org/plugins/seynd-connection/. To learn more about how Seynd Web Push Notifications work, visit https://seynd.com/.
Seynd, the easiest, most automated web push notification helps to get visitors on your website to opt-in for push messages with a single click (without using emails or forms). This application helps you promote to returning website visitors (news, specials, blogs) instantly without being blocked by filters.
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