Sometimes a Simplero user will choose to use a Leadpage for a landing page because they like the template or because they had a pre-existing Leadpages account and don't want to redo the page in Simplero.
This guide will explain how to use a Simplero opt in form on a Leadpage so that people who opt in using your Leadpage will be added to your Simplero mailing list, receive your content and your auto-responses and get access to your membership site.
Be sure you are using a Leadpage built with their Standard builder. Their Drag & Drop Builder does not support an integration. There is a way to put HTML code in a Drag and Drop built page, but it will not function properly.
Leadpages site defaults to "Drag and Drop" so you will need to switch to Standard.
If you want to determine if your existing Leadpage was created in Standard or Drag and Drop, just look at the icons on your list of Leadpages. A blue icon means it uses a Drag and Drop template and a green icon means it uses a Standard template.
Once you are in the Standard page, click on the gear icon next to 'Opt In Button', and then select 'Link Options'.
From there you have two choices.
Next, click on 'Advanced Settings' and then 'View/Edit'.
Select 'Integration Settings' from the top of the list on the left and then click 'Other' under 'HTML Copy/Paste' in the top box.
Copy your raw form code from Simplero and enter it in the HTML code box. To get the code that you need to paste here, go to the List in Simplero that you want to add people to, go to “Signup forms”, and click to “Create a new signup form”, then choose the “Raw HTML opt-in code”. This gives you the code that you need to copy and then enter into Leadpages.
Once you have entered your raw form code, click okay and then 'save changes' when Leadpages drops down a warning.
If GDPR consent is turned on for your Account and List, then the GDPR consent language that you entered into your Simplero account will show up in your Leadpage.
You will probably want to erase the label text (Gdpr_consent) that shows up, and uncheck the Confirmation box that Leadpages provides – you don’t need that because you are using Simplero’s GDPR confirmation.
P.S. Leadpages does not have a direct integration with Simplero. We wish they did, but they don’t. Please ask them to integrate with Simplero. The more people ask, the better chance of integration happening!