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    push notifications

    by harveyblake013 ·

    I’m currently exploring ways to boost user engagement and retention on my WordPress website, and I’ve been considering implementing push notifications as part of my strategy. However, I’m a bit overwhelmed by the plethora of options out there, both free and paid.

    For those of you who have experience with push notification plugins, could you please share your recommendations?

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      Many decade user of the webs here.

      by rproffitt ·

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      And not one site have I allowed to push notifications. If you force that, I block that and maybe never come back.

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      by markmelton121 ·

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      When it comes to implementing push notifications on your WordPress website to boost user engagement and retention, there are indeed numerous options available, ranging from free to paid plugins. Here are a few recommendations based on user reviews and functionality:

      OneSignal: OneSignal is a popular choice among WordPress users for push notifications. It offers a free plan with robust features, including segmentation, A/B testing, and scheduling. OneSignal also provides comprehensive analytics to track engagement metrics effectively.

      PushEngage: PushEngage is another excellent option known for its ease of use and powerful features. It offers various segmentation options, automated notifications, and personalized campaigns. While PushEngage does have a free plan, its paid plans unlock advanced features like drip campaigns and cart abandonment notifications.

      PushCrew: PushCrew is a user-friendly push notification service that integrates seamlessly with WordPress websites. It offers features such as segmentation, scheduling, and real-time analytics. While PushCrew offers a free trial, it primarily operates on a paid subscription model.

      Webpushr: Webpushr is a relatively newer player in the market but has gained traction for its simplicity and affordability. It provides features like segmentation, triggered notifications, and detailed analytics. Webpushr offers a free plan with limited features and competitive pricing for its premium plans.

      PushAlert: PushAlert offers a straightforward setup process and provides features like segmentation, automated notifications, and conversion tracking. It offers a free plan with basic features and flexible pricing for its premium plans based on the number of subscribers.

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