Constant Contact Signup Form is a WordPress plugin for Constant Contact emailers.
Constant Contact Signup Form is a newsletter signup plugin by ContactUs.com for email marketers to signup newsletter recipients from your website and post to your Constant Contact email lists. Use of this plugin requires a free account to ContactUs.com, where you can customize your form. In addition, you’ll have a ton of free, advanced features from your ContactUs.com account, including the abilities to track your signups, view advanced web analytics, manage your software integrations (including of course, Constant Contact) and run conversation optimization experiments.
Constant Contact Signup Form has just upgraded to version 2.0 and this plugin is better than ever! Newly added is support for Constant Contact’s version 2 API integration process. The basic function of the Constant Contact Signup Form by ContactUs.com is for Constant Contact emailers to create, customize and publish fresh, wow-worthy newsletter signup forms to grow their email lists. On top of this, our patent pending tab and form A/B testing technology enables you to increase your visitor to newsletter subscription conversion rate, based on easy and quick to implement testing with awesome reporting. In other words, this plugin helps Constant Contact marketers turn more of their website visitors into newsletter subscribers. It offers more proactive ways of displaying your form, and larger and more vibrant form template options, designed to increase your conversion rates.WP Shortcode implementation
Default Inline Constant Contact Signup Form Shortcode:
Specific Inline Constant Contact Signup Form Shortcode:
[show-ctct-form formkey="FORM KEY HERE" version="inline"]
Specific Tab Constant Contact Signup Form Shortcode:
[show-ctct-form formkey="FORM KEY HERE" version="tab"]
Add directly on your template with php snippet
echo do_shortcode('[show-ctct-form formkey="FORM KEY HERE" version="tab"]');
Note: ContactUs.com has a simple html snippet that does not require a plugin, you can use both in WP templates as well as plain HTML. More infomation on this here.Plugin Features
Our Floating Tab and Quick Install Shortcodes: The most popular implementation of the Constant Contact Signup Form plugin places a callout tab overlay onto the margins of your website so that it’s visible on every page. The callout Constant Contact Signup Form tab, using “Newsletter Signup” as the default text (although there are options for additional text), opens up the hosted Constant Contact Signup Form created by this plugin. Additionally, webmasters can decide to place their Constant Contact Signup Form “inline” directly onto specified pages of your website. Lastly, WordPress developers can also place shortcodes on specific pages and posts to call the Constant Contact Signup Form.
You’ll be able to customize Constant Contact newsletter signup forms from our ever-growing showcase of design templates. These forms are automatically built with integration to Constant Contact accounts. All you need to do once the plugin is installed is connect you Constant Contact account to it. If you don’t have a Constant Contact account, the plugin even has a link to sign up for a free account!
Users can select different Constant Contact Signup Form and callout tab templates from within the plugin. You can manage even more customizations for you Constant Contact Signup Form from inside your free ContactUs.com account, which is automatically created for you upon installing your plugin and registering your account. Lastly, from your ContactUs.com account, you’ll be able to manage your delivery options for your Constant Contact Signup Form, whether to direct form signups to an email address, receive an SMS alert, or post inquiry information to a 3rd party software tools like MailChimp, Zoho, Hubspot and Google Docs.
Tools to Get You Started with our Constant Contact Signup Form Plugin
Our Constant Contact Signup Form Plugin offers these options within the plugin:
Additional Customization for Constant Contact Signup Forms and Contact Management within the ContactUs.com web app
From within your free ContactUs.com account that is integrated with your Constant Contact Signup Form plugin, you’ll be able to further customize your form with advanced functionality:
Finally, powerful contact management tools: your integrated ContactUs.com account provides
- Track Constant Contact Signup Form submissions inside of your secure, cloud-based contact management database
- Take notes on individual submissions
- View overall submission stats (form views, submissions, segmentation by devices)
- Gain detailed analytics on each submission (referral source, pages visited, time on site, new/existing visitor)
- Add our lead qualification API
- Receive retargeting alerts when people who previously submitted your Constant Contact Signup Form come back to your website
ContactUs.com specializes in creating form experiences used to connect websites and users. Our Constant Contact Signup Forms, newsletter signup forms, appointment scheduling forms, customer support forms have been placed on thousands of websites. In addition to the form experiences, we provide a free account to manage the forms, track your contacts and prospects from form submissions, and configure how and where you’d like for submissions to be sent.
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The Constant Contact Signup Form plugin ContactUs.com is simple to get started and get live. You will need to download the plugin (from this page, or from a plugin search on WordPress.org), activate the plugin, connect your Constant Contact account, and then customize your form.
WordPress plugin users will have some simple customizations available from within the plugin, and many additional customization options (for example, edit the title, call-to-action and button text) from within their ContactUs.com account (accessible from http://www.contactus.com ).
Constant Contact Signup Form by ContactUs.com has the following features:
Requires: 3.4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-7-8
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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