If you’re a keen WordPress user and have the Contact Form 7 plugin installed, then the Campaign Monitor Addon by Joshua Bettigole will be music to your ears… Or subscriber list. In a few steps, you can get your forms within your WordPress site to automatically synchronize with a Campaign Monitor subscriber list, with no coding required. The addon is available for free via WordPress’ Plugin Directory.
If you’ve looked into form management plugins for Wordpress, you’ve probably come across Contact Form 7. Not only does it provide a flexible, customizable way to add multiple forms to a WordPress site, but it also supports a host of features including AJAX submitting, CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering, file uploading, extensive language support and more. It’s also free to download and use!
The Campaign Monitor Addon extends Contact Form 7 by providing synchronization between your forms and a Campaign Monitor subscriber list. Once you’ve added and setup the Contact Form 7 plugin in your WordPress install, you only need to download and add the Campaign Monitor Addon, then with your Campaign Monitor API key handy, complete a few simple steps to get it up and running.
Detailed installation instructions and a user manual are available on Joshua Bettigole’s Campaign Monitor Addon page.
The Campaign Monitor Addon bridges the gap between one of WordPress’ most popular form managers and Campaign Monitor. Instead of periodically exporting form entries, then uploading them to Campaign Monitor, Contact Form 7 ensures that your subscriber lists are kept automatically up to date. You can then send newsletters and updates to your signups, using the limitless power* of Campaign Monitor’s email campaign delivery and reporting tools.
* Actually, like test-driving a car on empty, there are practical limits to the awesomeness you can achieve. But those limits will still impress friends and conquer worlds.
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