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Creating newsletter opt in form in html

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by tinakramer, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. tinakramer

    tinakramer Registered Member

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    Anybody got any good guides or services that I can use to create a newsletter optin popup for my html sites?
     
  2. selvamurali

    selvamurali Newbie

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    yes , its very easy, just design any anywhere . then come to your newsletter and import that html script
     
  3. tinakramer

    tinakramer Registered Member

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    I was looking for the actual code that I can put into my html code to create the newsletter pop-up
     
  4. senior

    senior Regular Member

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    What newsletter service are you using? Pretty much every mailer out there will generate the code for you to paste into your sites.
     
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  6. tinakramer

    tinakramer Registered Member

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    I didnt sign up with a service yet. Is it better to sign up with a service or just collect email addresses with a script?
    Im thinking that I might get around 10signups a month or so. Small niche.
     
  7. rambolife

    rambolife Regular Member

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    Aweber, pretty self explanatory - make a form, get your code, insert to your website.
    Good luck.
     
  8. senior

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    I would use a free option like mailchimp since it will be so low in volume. Or a self hosted script like phplist. Mailchimp will let you have 2000 free subscribers and they have lots of nice features. They have several options for forms as well.

    As with any Email Service Provider though, make sure you download your list regularly. They are unpredictable at best.
     
  9. zagger

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    Mailchimp is good, but you are it's 2000 free subscribers. Last time( some time back I Must confess) it was 250 free subscribers.

    But yeah, for sure signup with a good autoresponder/email service, Mailchimp and Aweber both great!