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Launchrock - created a landing page to collect emails but how do I generate an email post signup?

Anonymous

March 24th, 2016

Hi All 

I created a landing page to collect emails but the users are wondering why they don't get an email saying thanks for signing up. I wanted to also add some personalized content to that post signup email.

 Can I do that on Launchrock?

Also once they sign up, how do I edit the post signup page - there are social links etc that I want to remove on the post signup page on Launchrock

Thanks !

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Kelly McIvor Product Marketer | Mobile Strategist | Opportunity Developer

March 25th, 2016

You can only send confirmation email if you supply a physical address in the "Email confirmation" section. You can also personalize the email. Once sign up is complete the visitor sees your "Sharing Page", which you can also edit, including turning off social sharing options.  All this is right there in the interface. You may need to do a bit more digging.

Mark Wilcox Chief Technology Officer - Consulting - Security Practice at Oracle

March 24th, 2016

The follow-up email sequence is performed by your email marketing software such as Mailchimp, Aweber, etc.

Here is what I do on wedding planning blog (weddingintro.com). I use Mailchimp but all of your email providers will work similarly.

I configure an auto-responder that sends them a welcome message with their opt-in bonus. In my case - a link to my wedding checklist.


Anonymous

March 24th, 2016

http://www.leadpages.net is great for building landing pages and have a lot of features. You can easy do an AB testing for example. 
//Andreas

Jane Presentations President at InVisible Light, Inc.

March 24th, 2016

I don’t know Launchrock. One of the few autoresponder programs that lets you have custom autoresponders triggered by the behavior of your customers is Infusion Soft. It’s a small hurdle to learn but worth it, in the end, for the way it lets you target by how they interact with you. Someone who’s opened email A doesn’t get email B, acting like you didn’t know they’d opened it, etc. I hope you love Launchrock, but in case you don’t…. Jane Beard JaneBeard@InVisibleLight.com 301-806-2908 (cell) 301-200-5402 (office) What do you need to FORGET before your next presentation? Find out here !

Anonymous

March 24th, 2016

I went to Launchrock to create an account and see what's happening. Chrome couldn't open their main website, Safari yields a blank screen, and FireFox never loads it. I tried it on a PC and had various issues. 
I don't know Launchrock, but if an entity can't get their own website to work on different platforms then I wouldn't trust them with my website. 
If e-mail leads are crucial for your business, I recommend investing some money into it: 
1- Get a website designed from scratch for a landing page. This wouldn't cost much. 
2- Use HubSpot or Infusionsoft for e-mail capturing and CRM in general (I recommend HubSpot for ease of use, and Infusionsoft for power).

Kelly McIvor Product Marketer | Mobile Strategist | Opportunity Developer

March 27th, 2016

@Noopur,  once you've logged on to Launchrock the left side of the page is your navigation. One of the items is 'Email Confirmation.'

Jackson Powell UI/UX Designer & Front End Developer

March 24th, 2016

I can't remember if you get an email notification once someone gives you their email on Launchrock.

If you do, you might be able to use IFTTT or Zapier to send out an automatic email sequence. 

So you set up a trigger when you get an email from Launchrock, IFTTT/Zapier automatically sends out your customized thank you email and potentially then gets put into a nurture sequence.

I'm pretty sure IFTTT/Zapier integrates with Drip, AWeber, Mailchimp, etc. 

Nicolas Cabrera Happy Human and Deveoper

March 26th, 2016

You can do what you want (and more) using kickofflabs.com. I have been using them for the last 6 months and I think they outperformed all the other competitors in terms of statistics/data of your campaign. They even crawl the web looking for all the information you need from the lead email. What I don't like is the price :(

Anonymous

March 27th, 2016

HI kelly - this sounds silly but where is the "email confirmation" section that you mention ? thanks

Joanan Hernandez CEO & Founder at Mollejuo

March 25th, 2016

As Mark mentioned, trying Signup Forms and Response with Mailchimp can't hurt.

Cheers