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Signup Forms


Fresh New Pop-Up Forms to Grow Your List

There are plenty of articles talking about how important pop-up forms are for your website. And if you run an e-commerce store, pop-up forms are almost a necessity. But are they really effective? Don’t they require a developer to install? Here’s the deal: We found that users saw their list growth rate increase by 60% …

How Chimpadeedoo Became MailChimp Subscribe

We’re excited to introduce MailChimp Subscribe, our revamped and rebranded mobile signup form app for tablets. Released today for Android and iOS, Subscribe replaces Chimpadeedoo as the best way to collect subscribers at your storefront, trade shows, conferences, or just about anywhere—with or without an internet connection. And we’ve changed more than just the name. We’ve added …

Customer Showcase: LeahAndMark.com

Who said your signup process has to look boring? Certainly not LeahAndMark.com. These photographers have managed to draw new people in further using their signup process.  They’ve taken advantage of the double opt-in process and used each step to show off some of their work. First, they’ve started with a pretty basic form. Rather than …

Customer Spotlight: Netted by the Webbys

Since we were thinking about signup forms earlier this week, here’s one from Netted by the Webbys that recently caught our attention. They’re a MailChimp customer who totally customized their signup process via our API. Pretty nice, eh?  Notice the social sharing icons right under it, too, so people can encourage others to join the …

Better Embedded Signup Forms

By default, the standard signup form that MailChimp provides looks something like this: Not bad if you’re linking people directly to your subscribe form or you have a large spot on your website to display it, but if you prefer a cleaner, more compact look (say, for the sidebar of a blog) you can achieve …