13 comments on “Add a Pop-Up Signup Form to Your Website for Free

  1. I don’t remember Mailchimp having this option when I first started using it a few years ago. Nevertheless, this is a good explanation of how to use the pop-up option.

    1. Subscribers are those who allow receiving updates from your site and… …that’s only possible through a signup form.
      It has no relation with the followers of my website!!

  2. I just pinned this for reference later as it is great that you can create a pop up form for free. Mailchimp is meant to be great as well x

  3. Who wouldn’t want to put a sign up form on their blog or website? A lot of people, especially the ones new to blogging have no idea how to have it on their sites.
    Thanks for sharing this!

  4. Hey Ankita, as I am currently transitioning to a new website will definitely going to incorporate it in my new URL.
    Thank you!

    1. Yes, Elizabeth, it is true that Google is starting to penalize sites using pop-ups but only in case of mobiles.
      Well, Mailchimp takes care of it and to save from being penalized it sticks the popup in the header section.

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