Join Virginia O'Connor for an in-depth discussion in this video Add signup form to website, part of Learning MailChimp.
- Once you have your MailChimp signup form…and response emails defined,…you'll want to add the form to your website and test it.…We'll show you how to add the form to your blogposts…as well which is a great way to gain new subscribers…who like to read your content.…You'll notice at the bottom of of the Wisdom Pet site…that we have a Newsletter signup button.…We're going to link our form to this button.…Now, depending on your website setup,…you may have to get your developer involved.…But our example site is in WordPress…and it's pretty easy to use, so we can do this ourselves.…
To work with the signup form for any particular list,…you'll start by selecting the list.…Select the dropdown form for this list…and choose Signup forms.…We're going to select the General Forms this time…and we're going to use this custom EepURL…and add it to the signup button.…In our WordPress dashboard, we'll paste the URL…into the widget and Save it.…Now when we view the Wisdom Pets website…and click the button, we'll see the signup form.…
And if you find your subscriber list grows beyond the 2,000-address limit imposed in the free app, check out the tutorials where Virginia shows you how to upgrade to the paid version of MailChimp, which contains one of its most useful features: autoresponders.
- Setting up a free MailChimp account
- Adding and importing subscribers
- Working with email templates
- Sending your first email campaign with MailChimp
- Viewing reports
- Adding a signup form to your website
- Managing subscriber lists
- Improving your click and open rates
- Upgrading to a paid MailChimp account