How do I add a subscriber counter to my website?

Reputation and credibility are important to building a successful email campaign. By adding a subscriber counter to your website it will help to show just how credible your mailing list is by showing the number of subscribers that you have.

While the main place to have a subscriber counter is on your sign up form, you can also place that counter elsewhere on your website by taking the proper corresponding line of code from your sign up form "Raw HTML" code.

Step By Step Instructions

  1. Go to the "Sign Up Forms" page and click "Create A Sign Up Form" to get started.

    Create A Sign Up Form button

  2. At the top of the "Sign Up Form" editor, click the "Counter" button to add the counter to the bottom of your form.

    Counter button

  3. In the popup that appears, you can change the color of the background or text for the counter. Just click on the box next to the what you want to change:

    Color wheel

    Then use the color picker to choose the new color, and hit "Okay."

    Select a color

    Once you are done adjusting the colors of the counter, click the "OK" button and then the "Save" button.

  4. Click the "Save Your Form" button to save the form.

    Green Save Your Form button

  5. Next, you will want to scroll back up to the top of the page and click on "Publish."

    Publish button

  6. On the next page you will want to click on "I Will Install My Form" and then from under that you will want to click on "Raw HTML Version."

    Raw HTML Version button

  7. Now, you will want to scroll towards the bottom of the raw html code that you are given. About six lines above the </form> tag you will find a line of code that looks like the line of code in the screenshot below. Highlight and copy only that line of code.

    line of HTML code for counter button

  8. Paste that line of code into the HTML code of your website for where you would like the counter to appear. You will now have a subscriber counter on your website!

    Subscriber counter published on website
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