Integrate Sign Up Form onto Squeeze Page [Elementor Plugin Part 3]

This video is a sequel to the Part 2 Tutorial, where I’m going show you how to integrate sign up form (MailPoet Plugin) onto the squeeze page (Elementor Plugin) to capture subscribers and carry out email marketing campaign.

Too lazy to watch the whole video? Check out the timeline below:

Create amazing squeeze page and carry out email marketing campaign (subscription and newsletter) for free with Elementor Plugin and MailPoet version 2 Plugin!

I’ve used MailPoet Version 2.0 to carry out this integration and email marketing campaign because version 3.0 is the paid version.

Show you the process of email subscription and how to send out automatic newsletter (welcome email) with the Elementor Plugin and MailPoet Plugin. Try to subscribe (click the link below) and see how the subscription work. Squeeze page example:

Click here to download the squeeze page template as shown in the video:

How to integrate squeeze page (Elementor Plugin) opt-in form with MailPoet Plugin to capture subscriber or get opt-ins

How to use MailPoet! Three simple things to do:
a. Create an email list;
b. Create a simple subscription form or opt-in form;
c. Create an automatic welcome email (automatic newsletter);
d. Integrate squeeze page opt-in form

Simple test to see whether it works! And you’re ready to go and carry out email marketing campaign!

Overall Elementor Video Tutorial List:

Part 1: Create Amazing WordPress Webpage

Part 2: Import My Squeeze Page Templates!

Part 3: Integrate Sign Up Form onto Squeeze Page


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