OneSignal – Web Push Notifications的作者是OneSignal，目前有100,000+个有效安装。已经Tested with 5.4.1版本的wordpress。
OneSignal is an easy way to increase user engagement. Use OneSignal to send visitors targeted push notifications so they keep coming back. It takes just a few minutes to install.
As a WordPress VIP Gold Partner, OneSignal has been rigorously tested to handle even the highest volume use cases with reliability and ease of use.
After setup, your visitors opt-in to receive push notifications when you publish a new post. Visitors receive these notifications even after they’ve left your website, thus driving re-engagement.
You can configure notification delivery at preset intervals, create user segments, and customize the opt-in process for visitors.
OneSignal’s free plan allows targeting up to 30,000 subscribers with push notifications. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. We’d love to hear from you!
OneSignal is trusted by over 920,000 developers and marketing strategists. We power push notifications for everyone from early stage startups to Fortune 500 Companies, sending over 6 billion notifications per day. It is the most popular push notification plugin on WordPress with 100,000+ installations.
Supports Chrome (Desktop & Android), Safari (Mac OS X), Microsoft Edge (Desktop & Android), Opera (Desktop & Android) and Firefox (Desktop & Android) on both HTTP and HTTPS sites.
Automatic Notifications – Send notifications to followers every time you publish a new post. Or set up a reminder that gets automatically sent to them if they haven’t visited for a few days.
Targeting Segments – Send notifications to specific visitors based on language, number of times they’ve visited your blog, or even set up your own user attributes that you can target.
Opt-In Customization – Choose when and how to ask your visitors to opt-in to browser notifications. Customize the prompt they first see.
Real Time Analytics – See your notifications being delivered in real time, and watch them as they convert into visitors.
A/B Testing – Try out different messages to a smaller set of your visitors to figure out which messages are more effective and then send the more effective message to the rest of your visitors!
Scheduled Notifications – Schedule notifications to be delivered in the future, based on a user’s time zone, or even based on the same time of day they last visited your website.