In this video, I show you how to create an online form using JotForm, the online form builder. Creating a form for any website couldn’t be easier. The JotForm online form builder walks you through step by step from building to settings and finally publishing. I’ve been using JotForm for close to 10 years. JotForm is always innovating and improving their process to create online forms. As you’ll see in the video, JotForm form builder is highly customizable with a wide variety of integrations, preformated widgets, and apps.
In the video, I walk you through the steps on how to create an RSS campaign in MailChimp using the MailChimp campaign builder. Creating an RSS Campaign is a great way to keep your email subscribers engaged in your blog content. An RSS Campaign is sent to your subscribers automatically based on the settings you select.
In this video, I guide you through how to add MailChimp to WordPress using the MailChimp for WordPress plugin, a free plugin available from the WordPress plugin directory.
In this practical, step-by-step approach, I show you how to install the MailChimp for WordPress plugin, adding the MailChimp connection, and a complete walkthrough of all the features of the plugin.
Continuing in our series of MailChimp videos, in this video, I show you how to add MailChimp signup form to a Facebook page. Connecting your MailChimp email signup form to your Facebook page enables visitors to your page to signup to your email list.
After the connection you will have a tab (navigation) on your page for visitors to click on, and for you to share with your Facebook community.
In this video, I guide you through on how to integrate MailChimp with WooCommerce using the MailChimp for WooCommerce plugin. By integrating WooCommerce with your MailChimp account you enable some great features, such as, the Abandoned Cart email which I’m currently testing.
Facebook will be making sweeping changes to its News Feed algorithm. Facebook News Feed will now show your family and friends content first, business pages, publishers, and brands will be a distant second. What does this mean for business pages?