Pop-Ups are a great way to grab attention and grow your email list! I talk all the time about why having an email list is so important. If you need convincing you can check out other blogs I’ve written about them in the “more resources” header above! Today I’ll be sharing my screen and walking you through how to create a website pop-up using Flodesk! I prefer Flodesk for its easy application and pretty design. You can grab a discount for Flodesk HERE. I’ve also got a FREE guide that helps you grow your email list from 0 to 100 so be sure to check that out. Ready to learn one of my favorite email marketing tips?
In order to get things rolling you’ll have to choose to create your own or scroll through the many templates of forms Flodesk offers. In this tutorial I show you how to set everything up. You’ll select/create a segment, design the form used in the pop-up and customize it for your use. Whether you’re adding people to a VIP list or giving them a discount to use for sessions, learning how to create a website pop-up using Flodesk is easy! Once your pop-up is created you’ll learn how to embed it on your website so anyone can opt-in. Then I finish by helping you set up a workflow that auto sends them a welcome email, thank you for opting in or a discount. It’s not as hard as you think. Check out the full tutorial below!
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