How To Add Lead Magnet Or Sign-Up Opt-In Form Layouts Onto WordPress Blog Posts

This blog post is designed to unlock the potential of your WordPress site and turbocharge your email list growth. If you’ve been searching for effective ways to convert casual visitors into loyal subscribers, you’re in the right place. Today, we’re diving deep into the realm of lead magnets and sign-up opt-in forms and how you can seamlessly integrate them into your WordPress blog posts.

Whether you’re a seasoned blogger looking to maximise your site’s effectiveness or a small business owner eager to expand your online presence, understanding the art of capturing email addresses is crucial. Why? Because building a robust email list is more than just a way to communicate; it’s a proven strategy to nurture leads, drive engagement, and boost conversions.

In this comprehensive guide, I’ll walk you through every step of adding a lead magnet or sign-up opt-in form into your WordPress blog posts. From choosing the right type of lead magnet to strategically placing your opt-in forms for optimal visibility, we’ve got you covered. Get ready to transform your blog into a subscriber magnet, and let’s make your email list a powerful asset for your content marketing strategy.

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Adding Shortcode Plugin

To allow you to be able to inject Divi Library layouts into your blog posts you will first need to add the plugin called “Shortcodes For Divi” you can this by accessing the plugin tab then heading to add new plugin.

Adding Shortcodes for Divi

Or you can download the plugin by clicking here.

Creating The Divi Library Layout

We are going to be using shortcodes within the blog post to inject the signup layouts so first you will need to design your layout in the Divi Library and add your html optin form from your email marketing platform.

  1. Add a new layout
  2. Under “Layout Type” create it as a “section”
  3. Select “Build On The Front End”
Build On The Front end

4. Add a Two Column Structure

5. In the first column add a divider module and add your image to the background of the first column.

6. Turn on Equalize Height within the Row Settings under Design Tab

7. Add a text module in the second column and underneath add your code module to add your html code from your email marketing platform.

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Adding Your Shortcode Into Your Blog Post

Once you have designed your Divi Library Layout you will be able to go back to viewing the Divi Library layouts were you can copy and paste your shortcode which can be placed into your blog posts.

Divi Library Shortcode

The shortcode can be placed as normal within the normal blog text wherever you want to embed it.

You will be able to preview your post before publishing.

Final Thoughts

Incorporating a lead magnet or sign-up opt-in form into your WordPress blog posts can significantly enhance your website’s conversion rate and help you grow your email list effectively. By strategically placing these elements within your content, you can capture the interest of your readers at the right moment and encourage them to take action.

Additionally, make sure your opt-in form is visually appealing, easy to fill out, and positioned prominently within your post. Experiment with different placements, such as at the beginning, middle, or end of your content, to determine what works best for your audience.

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Sarah Worboyes, Website Designer and Dubsado Strategist

Hi, I’m Sarah your WordPress Website Designer & Dubsado Specialist based in Ealing, London. I write about all things WordPress, Divi, SEO & Dubsado.

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