Create a Simple & Effective Lead Capture Page with GetResponse

Need a Lead Capture Page? The following tutorial will show how to create a simple LCP/hosted web form with GetResponse.

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If you want to start building your list fast and are looking for tools to build a LCP, then a very easy solution is to create a hosted web form with GetResponse.

Without needing any special design skills you get nice-looking a well-converting LCP.

This tutorial shows how to get LCP for 25 Dollar 1 Up but whatever business you have, build your list first and this is why you can make use of this tutorial too.

Before you can start creating a hosted web form, you need:

1.Create a list
2.Add at least 1 autoresponder message

See tutorial to create a list and autoresponder messages here!

The steps creating a hosted web form are following:

Step #1. On GR dashboard choose “Create form”

Step #2. Wait till templates under “List Builder Wizard” are loaded – you’ll use one of them to create a hosted web form

Step #3. Choose the template you like.

Step #4. Drag text blocks wider to be able to add more text

Step #5. Enlarge the size of web form to be able drag text block more wider. Double-click on web form to make “layout” link accessible

Step #6. Delete Name field if you do not want to request subscriber’s name

Step #7. Edit the text of subscribe button, drag it to resize and move it

Step #8. Remove/replace background image

Step #9. Edit form Settings (settings icon indicated with red arrow) and hit “save”.

Step #10. Hit “Save and publish”

Step #11. On next page choose following option:

Step #12. Click the link of hosted web form to preview page.

Link to visit this Lead Capture Page is here.

This whole process takes maximum of 30 minutes and as a result you get fully functional Lead Capture Page you can start promoting right away.

Need autoresponder follow up messages for 25 Dollar 1 Up?

If you have subscribed on my 25D1Up PCP, then you should have messages in your inbox, Just copy and edit them and add to autoresponder.

If you have lost messages, email me at mail[at] or leave a comment here.

Thanks for reading!





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