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Planning to build your subscriber lists in the lead-up to launching a new site or product? Or are you simply after a swish subscribe form? Rocket on over to Launching.me for not only a great pre-launch page demo, but an easy tutorial on how to roll your own, using Launching.me’s files and your Campaign Monitor account.

Cool customer Sean Patrick King built Launching.me in cahoots with Campaign Monitor to serve as a free alternative to paid pre-launch services like Unbounce and Launchrock. Unlike these services, Launching.me requires that you host the subscribe form on your own servers and do the setup legwork yourself. On the upside, this means you can customize it all you like. Launching.me is designed to work exclusively with Campaign Monitor subscriber lists and takes 30-60 minutes to set up.

Many thanks to Sean Patrick King for sharing this excellent project with us – to try your hand at the live demo and tutorial, visit Launching.me.

  • Chris Guillou

    Awesome ! Was looking for something like this, I’ll check it out.

  • Andonis

    Nice script. Thanks for sharing!

  • Mr. Mascot

    Great way to build a list prior to officially opening the doors on any project.

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