We'll walk you through, step-by-step, how to create forms, pages, and emails to manage new recipients' subscriptions to your database, welcome them, and send them on their way to conversion. Last week we presented a brand new area of the MailUp platform : Database Building , a single area that companies can use to develop all the necessary activities related to feeding and managing their subscription databases. . Today we are going to look at some more practical details, illustrating some fundamental operations made possible by the features of the Database Building area. In this article, we'll focus on the time of subscription and post-subscription, taking you step-by-step through creating an onboarding process flow for new contact subscription, confirmation of ' subscription and a welcome (thanking him). To help you see the big picture, here are the Building Databases sections we'll be using today;
we flagged them (the excluded ones will be explored in one of our next articles): Subscriptions Unsubscribes Preference Center look and feel Landing pages PS If you haven't used the platform yet, you can request a 30-day free trial . You will be able to do all the things described below. Step 1 | Creation of the subscription form Enter the platform E-Commerce Photo Editing Service and access the database creation area from the side menu. Click on Subscriptions : this is the functional core of onboarding activities.
Among the various options, choose Subscription Forms , which we will use to create a form to be inserted into our site (or when you deem it appropriate) to allow users and visitors to subscribe to our database. By clicking on New form , different choices will appear: Drag and drop editor HTML editor Pop-up subscription form The simplest, most immediate and most effective way? Using the Drag-and-Drop Editor . So let's follow this path. Content The first thing to do is to define the content of the form , that is to say what we want to communicate to the user and the information we want to ask him.