I seem to be doing alot of work with the Gravity Forms plugin for WordPress at present. I love the flexibility of Gravity Forms and have installed it on several hundred websites for all sorts of uses from basic contact forms to Mailchimp integrated subscribe forms to complex quoting calculators. After my post regarding removing […]
Archives for May 2015
If you want to change the default button text in your Mailchimp subscribe form then watch the instructions in the video below. In just over two minutes learn how to change the default ‘Subscribe to list’ button text.
Something that many of my clients find annoying about using Gravity Forms on their websites is that, once a form has been submitted, a confirmation message appears but often scrolling will be needed to see the message. For example, if a Mailchimp linked subscribe form (using the Gravity Forms Mailchimp addon) is added to the […]
The free presentation of Introduction to Mailchimp for not-for-profit organizations takes place today, 26th May 2015, from 1200 to 1300 Sydney time. This is a Hangouts on Air presentation, will be presented by me (Gary Eckstein, Mailchimp Expert) and has been arranged by the Australian Council for International Development. Please join on the event page or […]
Behavioural economics teaches us that people are more prone to purchase when prices are in a round amount with fewer numbers. For example, showing a price of $190 will result in more sales than displaying $190.00. All good and well but how do we do this when we use Gravity Forms with WordPress. The price […]
I am often contacted with the following question; “How do I create my content in Microsoft Word and then paste into my Mailchimp campaign without the styling looking weird”. Fortunately this is very simple to do. Why does Word text look strange when pasted into Mailchimp? First off, let’s understand why these formatting problems occur; […]