Branding Your Mailchimp Form

Today I must brag on the talented Erica Clayton from Refinery Original. She is a gifted designer with a great sense of style who just GETS her clients' vibes! Erica is able to translate all of that into a personal and unique website. Don't believe me? Check out the Showit sites she made for Ike & Tash and Kacey Luvi to get a glimpse of what this woman is capable of! Words to live by: “Do it strongly. Do it boldly. Do it well.” But Erica isn't here to simply inspire us today. She is here to help!

We all know a newsletter list is crucial to a growing business. It seems like all people are talking about is getting e-mails and building your e-mail list! So if you’ve been wanting to add a newsletter subscription to your website, but hate the aesthetics of the generic MailChimp form, this is for you.

“Do it strongly. Do it boldly. Do it well.” – Erica Clayton

This downloadable guide walks you step by step to customizing and branding your MailChimp form and comes with a prebuilt site canvas for Showit.

mailchimp form for newsletters for your Showit website

 

Thank you Erica for wanting to improve all the members of our community! By providing helpful and beautiful resources like this, we are all grateful for your skills.

Now go forth and make your professional websites fun and functional.

 

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