If you have a Blog or content site on WordPress or have a site with RSS feed, you can manage your Browser Push Notifications in a completely automated manner using PushEngage. You can read more details on How Browser Push Notifications can Help Bloggers to get up to 30% Extra traffic.
Here are the 3 ways to automate your Web Push Notifications with PushEngage
WordPress Plugin – If you have a WordPress, then the easiest option for you is to use our WordPress Plugin available here. For installation, search for PushEngage in New Plugin or download and upload from WordPress.
To go live with PushEngage, you need to only add your API key to the WordPress Plugin. Installation is easy, and once you add the API key, which you can get from your PushEngage Dashboard, the code for going live with PushEngage is automatically added to your website
HTTPS Site – If you are a HTTPS site hosted on WordPress, you need to add 2 more files to your root folder. Download these files from Settings -> Installation Settings
2. Go Live
You are now live with automated push notifications, and by default, each of your post in WordPress has a checkbox for sending a Push Notification. If you uncheck this box then the notification would not be sent out
RSS Feed –
To enable RSS Feed Automation, make sure you first select your time zone correctly in Profile section in Settings.
Then go to RSS Auto Push, and enable it, and configure the URL to RSS Feed. Example Feed URL for PushEngage is http://www.pushengage.com/blog/feed/
That is it, now sit back and relax and see your traffic increase as more visitors come back to read your blog posts.
3) Using PushEngage API – We provide and extensive REST API for you to send notifications using that. You can schedule notifications, send to a single subscriber, send to a single segment etc. The API allows you to make drip campaigns, and run any other automated campaigns using push subscribers. Here is the link to the API docs for your to check them.
4) Use Autoresponders for Web Push Notifications – We also support automatic scheduled series of Push notifications sent to all customers or a segment. To enable that, read our detailed post on Drip Campaigns with Web Push here.