Build a huge list. This plugin allows you to effortlessly and rapidly build a segmented and targeted list of subscribers...AUTOMATICALLY!
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Build a huge list. This plugin allows you to effortlessly and rapidly build a segmented and targeted list of subscribers. You need a GetResponse account to use it, however.
This plugin allows you to easily insert GetResponse subscription forms into your WordPress content. You simply type in
[mlb /]. But you can also specify a Call to Action by doing
[mlb]Subscribe to Receive More Cool Articles About This Topic[/mlb]. You can see a live example here.
The plugin doesn't only allow you to easily capture subscribers on your blog. It also segments them for you. It inserts subscribers into your GetResponse account with additional information. It basically takes your WordPress Post tags and considers them "interest" for the subscribers. So, when you see your subscribers from your GetResponse control panel, you'll see that each subscriber has an "interest" field with a list of tags next to them. The tags will come from the post from which they subscribed. This helps you know which subscribers are interested in what, so that you can then group them in different ways to increase the quality of your list, newsletters and marketing.
If you'd like to have a subscription form in the sidebar as well, this plugin allows you to easily configure a sidebar subscription form independent of the form that appears within your content.
The form submission and validation is done completely through Ajax. That means, your visitor doesn't have to leave your page when they subscribe. They see a nice "Thank You" message and they continue on browsing your site.
Custom Campaigns and Tracking Codes
In your GetResponse account you may have several "campaigns". This plugin allows you to specify the campaign for each form, like
[mlb c="mycampaign"]Call to Action[/mlb] or leave it off and a default campaign will be used.
Similarly, if you're used to inserting tracking codes with your subscription form, you can do
[mlb r="mysidebar"]Call to Action[/mlb]