Opt-in forms are essential if you want to take blogging seriously.
And since publishing my showcase of beautiful opt-in forms, many of you have asked me how to create a custom form for your own blogs.
So today is step 2 of the tutorial I made just for you.
- In Part 1, we created an opt-in form using MailChimp.*
- In Part 2, we now embed that form into our blogs.
- In Part 3, we’ll design our forms, then
- In Part 4, we’re going to style our embedded forms using CSS.
Please note that the MailChimp link above is a referral link, which means if you sign up using that link, if and when you become a paying customer, I will receive a small commission. I would like you to know however that I am not referring MailChimp because of this, I am referring them explicitly for the reasons stated here and nothing more.
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Tune in next week for Part 3 where we get to have fun and create our designs!
Top photo courtesy of Love from Ginger.
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