Yes, you can. Once you signup and login to Truepush, you can create any number of projects for all of your websites/sub-domains. Also, read: Is there any limit on the number of websites, notifications or users to send notifications to? what browsers support...

Why Truepush ?

Truepush is a feature-rich, high volume push notification service for websites and mobile applications. Truepush uses robust servers which can handle 3 billion requests on a daily basis. We support all the browsers for web and mobile, dedicated Restful Server...
A user has to perform any of the following to have unsubscribed under the following condition: By deleting the Cookie data manually from his browser settings:Deleting cookie data manually can differ from one browser to another. One need to delete...
Depending on Industry - it varies from 5X to 10X.  Numerous factors such as high click-through rates, user-friendly interface, easy tracking for subscriptions, boost engagement, etc. are few among various other factors contributing to high-performance of Truepush notifications.  Also, read: What...
Migrating to Truepush from other service providers is a seamless process. All you need to do is follow these steps: Sign-Up to Truepush on www.truepush.com Remove the lines of code(from your previous service provider) integrated with your source code. ...
Truepush can be used for websites with high traffic, e-commerce portals, blogs, online travel agencies, news, online magazines and many more. Blogs News & Online Magazine E-commerce Portals OTA ( Coming Soon) Also, Read : What are the features in TruePush? Why...
Yes, you can. If the code is present in, for example- yourdomainname.com, then any path linked to the main domain, like yourdomainname.com/blog, etcetera is also integrated with the push notification service. You can send notifications through any of those path links.   Also,...
No, it does not. The SDK of Truepush is programmed in such a way that it loads after all the other important aspects of your webpage have loaded. Also, read: How do push notifications work on mobile browsers? what browsers support Truepush...
If you change your sub-domain, there is a chance that you might get duplicate subscribers. As a result of this, whenever you send a notification, users start receiving it multiple times. This increases the probability of a user unsubscribing...
Push Notifications are clickable messages that you’ve relayed from a website and receive them on a target desktop or mobile device even if the website is not necessarily open on your browser. Notifications have been one of the most...