Easily Add Readers to a Mail List from Within Your Blog Posts
There are many different ways of marketing your blog and articles on the Internet that will bring in subscribers to your site, but how do you create a list of optin readers who will become loyal fans and customers? The answer is easy, you install the free Optin Form Adder plugin created by MaxBlogPress.
This free tool gives you several different options to place forms on your site so that readers will signup for your mail list. You can place the tool on the sidebar of your blog or strategically at the top or bottom of posts. For a free product, I was impressed with all the formatting and placement options available to me. I can change the color of the form, button, and fields to match the branding of my blog. I can also change the text on the form or add links for readers to click on.
In order for the tool to work you must use a mail list service provider such asor getresponse. I personally use and love , but it is compatible with other maillist platforms. Once the reader fills in the form, their information is sent to your subscriber list and then stored there so you can send important information to the readers at any time. Since products such as create optin mail lists, your reader can opt out at any time. This is a great benefit over using the free mail tools available to you for your actual blog members because these tools are not quite meant for mail list subscriptions. Plus, having a mail list sent from a respectable company such as aweber, you can be sure that your domain will not be flagged for spam as it could be if you sent messages to all of your site members all of the time.
Watch the video below to learn how to use this optin mail list tool. It could very well help you create a huge following of readers that can propel your WAHM business or blogs to the top of the line on the Internet. If you are looking for a more robust system with a lot more features including automatically filling out forms, then check out MaxBlogPress Subscribers Magnet instead.