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Constant Contact Form by ContactUs.com

The Constant Contact Form by ContactUs.com is a WordPress plugin for Constant Contact emailers.

The Constant Contact Form by ContactUs.com is a WordPress plugin for Constant Contact emailers to create, customize and publish fresh, wow-worthy newsletter signup forms to grow their email lists. 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 templates designed to increase your conversion rates.

You’ll be able to customize 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!

ContactUs.com specializes in creating form experiences used to connect websites and users. Our contact 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.

Founded in 1998, Constant Contact http://www.constantcontact.com offers one of the leading email marketing platforms, used by over 500,000 businesses to create, send and track email newsletters campaigns. The Constant Contact Form plugin by ContactUs.com integrates seamlessly with Constant Contact for Email.

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The Constant Contact 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 ).

The Constant Contact Plugin by ContactUs.com has the following features:

  • Easy-to-setup newsletter signup forms to your Constant Contact account
  • Built-in integration with your Constant Contact account
  • Conversion-optimized design templates for the newsletter signup form
  • Multiple implementations, such as our proactive “Newsletter” tabs (recommended) or the more traditional inline placement
  • Custom selection of which website pages to display the form
  • Customized email auto responder to communicate more directly with your newest sign-ups
  • Inquiry tracking and reports
  • Mobile-optimized form settings
  • Form analytics to track form views and submits
  • Ability to add your own Google Analytics code
  • Email and online integration support
  • Premium features (removal of ContactUs.com branding, phone support, premium designs, higher volume limits, additional customization options)

In addition to these features, you’ll also be able to create a Facebook newsletter signup form using the same settings you’re already creating. Once you have your newsletter form setup, you can follow instructions here.

Support

You can find support on the ContactUs.com Help page at http://help.contactus.com. Specific instructions on how to implement the ContactUs.com WordPress can be found here.

Requires: 3.4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: 800+

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