How to Create Emma Subscribe Forms in WordPress to Capture Leads
Emma is an email marketing provider popular among professional bloggers, internet marketers and small business owners.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to integrate MailOptin with Emma so you can start capturing and saving leads with email sign up form to your Myemma account.
Firstly, ensure you’ve connected Emma by saving your account API key to its connection settings. Do this by following this guide. When you are done, return to this page.
Then go to the Optin Campaign page and click the Add New button at the top to create an optin form.
Enter a title for the campaign, select the optin type (for this tutorial, we’ll select lightbox) and click the optin form design you want.
You will then be redirected to the form builder where you have options and the flexibility to customize the optin form to your heart content.
See: Adding Extra Fields to Your Optin Form
Having finished customizing the form, open the Integration panel, Select Emma in Email Provider select dropdown and the Group or email list to subscribe users to. You can also select the Emma form to assigned subscribers to as well as disable confirmation email.
To actually get the opt-in to display on your site, toggle the activate switch ON at the top (close to “Save Changes” button).
Navigate to the “Display Rules” panel.
If you want the opt-in form to be displayed everywhere (all pages) of your WordPress site, also check “Globally load optin” otherwise use the page level targeting and triggers to determine how and where in your site the opt-in will be shown.
Finally, save the changes. Preview your website and you should see the optin displayed. If it doesn’t show up, be sure to clear your website and browser cache.
Follow the guide below to learn how to create other popular types of email opt-in form. And don’t forget to select Emma in Integration panel.