We released a powerful new promotional tool today: an email signup form for you to embed on your blog or website.

This easy to customize email signup form lets your readers subscribe directly to your paper’s newsletter from your site. It’s quick, efficient and easy to use.

If you’d like to see it in action, publisher Morell Maison has more than 100 email subscribe forms embedded on his Osarge News website.

Add a subscribe form to your website:

 

1. Upgrade to Pro. This feature is a part of our $9.00 USD Pro plan so if you don’t have a Pro subscription yet, now’s a good time to upgrade!

Once you upgrade, click on the Subscribe Widget tab and an overlay will open.

email subscription signup form

 

2. Customize:

To customize your text, click on the text field and begin typing. Your changes will be automatically visible in the preview window.

To customize your font, you can either use our color picker or you can manually enter a code if you have it handy. We’ll automatically adjust the font from light to dark based on the background color you choose.

Here’s what the customized widget for my Daily Moos-letter looks like:

 

Customized email subscription form

3. Copy the code and embed it on your website or blog. It’s that easy!

Paper.li signup form for blogs and websites

To learn more about the new email sign-up form, read this how-to. We’ve also written a more detailed post on how to add an image to the background and how to add a sign-up form to third party sites that don’t allow javascript.

Our goal is to help you increase your marketing reach, serve your community and get the biggest bang out of your content efforts. We think this widget hits all three and we are very excited about this new sign-up form.

Leave a comment below and let us know your thoughts.

 

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Kelly Hungerford
Community Builder| Customer Experience & Care Strategist
Kelly's a Digital Operations Specialist and Social Brand Strategist. She helps Startups and SMBs build lean marketing operations leveraging Social Media to support business goals and connect with the people who matter most.

As former Head of Community and Communications for Paper.li, she was responsible for building community-centric operations to support Paper.li's rapidly growing user-base and founding #BizHeroes, Paper.li's Brand Twitter Chat that takes place Tuesdays at 2pm ET.

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