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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which 8850 Form Newsletter

Instructions and Help about Which 8850 Form Newsletter

Hey everybody, it's Josh here. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you guys how to create a sleek little MailChimp email signup section for your Divi website. What we're going to do is create essentially what I have on the front page of my site where the person has the ability to put the name, email, and click the submit button to get automatically added to my email list. Now, a couple of things I want to point out before we dive in. I use MailChimp, and that's what this tutorial is going to be based off of. But the same coding that we create and the same methods and practices we have could probably be used for Constant Contact or something similar. Lastly, before we dive in, I do want to point out that Elegant Themes has a plugin called Bloom, which is another really good way to capture emails. You can do pop-ups and things like that. But what we're going to do in this tutorial is I'm going to show you what I use, which is a free plugin for MailChimp and WordPress called MailChimp for WordPress. It's what I've used for years. It's highly rated, great, very user-friendly, customizable, and reliable. So, this is what we're going to use. Now, let's go ahead and dive right in. So, what I'm going to do in my test site here is I've got a section right here where I'm saying "Hey, join the cool Club". We want to put a sign-up section right under this, very similar to my site where we have name, email, and sign up. So, what you want to do first is you want to go ahead and download this plugin. It is free, and I'll make sure you have the link to this. So,...