That's not to say that I don't want it there at all though. I've left it like this for now to show you what you probably shouldn't do. Saying that, I am not quite show how I'd change it just yet.
<table border='0' cellspacing='15' width='135'>
<td><a href='LINK TO MY EBOOK LANDING PAGE'><img height='300' src='MY EBOOK COVER IMG' width='300'/></a></td>
<td><center>COPY AND PASTE FORM CODE HERE</center></td>
So I have created a landing page for my eBook, where I talk about what the book is about. This link is marked in red. Your link would be your own landing page for your product.
Marked in green is the link to my eBook cover picture image.
Marked in orange is the code of your sign up form. This can be gathered from a few places as discussed in How to Use Email Marketing Service for Free.
For now, I'd like at least anyone willing enough to read a post all the way to the bottom to be hitting subscribe. I don't want to have people subscribing just because they want a free eBook. I want to reward those for getting far enough to read through my ramblings (my awesome and helpful ramblings, of course hehehe). They.. You! You are the people I want as my subscribers. Those that find me as helpful and could keep on being helpful towards.
I think it makes more sense now having it below each post because of this. Valued readers subscribing is what we are all after, aren't we?
- Keep images small, but easy enough to read.
- Keep sign up form small as well, with email address only, making it easy as possible for folks to sign up.
- You can adjust image heights and widths from 300px to whatever you wish, enclosed in the <img src> brackets.
- This code will make the sign up opt-in form appear at the bottom of every single post. If you are only showing one post per page, then you wont have a problem. If you are showing more than one post at once, you might just like to add the code as a HTML widget instead.
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