If the money is in your list then you need to get people on your list. Simplero makes that easy with our opt-in forms.
You have three choices of opt-in forms which include:
It all depends on what you are looking for so let's look at the difference.
Embedded opt-in forms are great when you don't have a lot of information to your lead before getting them on a list. An example would be getting on your newsletter email list. Here you only need to convey to them that is what they are doing and collect the name and email. Embedded opt-in forms are generally pop up boxes that could appear if your lead clicks a link, or scrolls to a certain point on a page, or maybe it comes up when they land on a page of your website or when they try to exit. But it can also exist as a permanent form on your website home page (or any page you desire).
A full-page landing page is ideal when you have more information to convey. A great example of this would be if you have a list sign-up for a webinar. Here you would want to convey to them, the date, why they want to be on your webinar and what they will learn. Bottom line is your opt-in needs to be more like a sales page and not a pop-up box so a full page landing page is the way you want to go.
Use the Raw HTML code if you want to use the form somewhere else. This type of signup form has no styling from Simplero. You add the styling in whatever system you use to display the form, such as a WordPress page, Leadpage or WebinarJam.
For step by step instructions on creating and embedding opt-in forms check out this guide.
Full page opt-in forms are created the same as the product sales page. The only difference is they are linked to a list instead of a product order form. For step by step instructions for creating these pages check out this guide.
Occasionally the need may arise to have more than one opt-in form on a single landing page. Maybe you have one webinar being held on different dates. We make that easy with the creation of a single landing page mixed with multiple embedded opt-in forms. For a step by step instructions check out this guide.