4 new features

Subscriber-only access

You can now specify pages from your website, landing pages or entire content libraries to be accessible by subscribers. That is, to reach these pages a visitor will need to be subscribed to your email database.

Of course, they are given the option to sign up right there.

This could help significantly increase your subscriber database for future newsletters and email broadcasts.

Reduced contact-form spam

Unfortunately, spam is a fact of life. Even when you can keep your email address safe, spammers will use your website’s contact form to get their annoying messages into your inbox. However, the most efficient way for them to do this is to find pages with contact forms and use an automated system that will populate them with spam messages and send.

Since spammers rely on mass-delivery, doing this process manually is generally not practical for them.

So, we’ve introduced CAPTCHA validation to the forms on your website. This is where the user will need to enter text visible in an image before the form can be sent. Humans are good at decoding complex images but automated tools used by spammers are not.

So it’s one small extra step for the user, but can eliminate hundreds, maybe thousands of spam emails per month.

RSS feeds added

RSS feeds are like a broadcast guide. In your case, it is attached to your website’s blog.

So if you are blogging, your website is now letting the world know about your latest posts and a bunch of other details. This way, people could subscribe to your blog (RSS feed) via whatever means they usually read blogs and follow you.

Multiple Facebook comment moderators

When enabled, visitors to your website can leave comments on your pages. This is a good way to drive engagement.

One of the best ways to prevent comment-spamming is to enforce that a user be logged into their Facebook account first. This way, comments’ authors are pre-verified, and can be blocked easily. At the end, most people are on Facebook and are constantly logged on.

You, as the website owner can then let your website know who the moderators are via your Console. This way, you can easily delete unsavoury comments and block people from commenting again.

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