Newsletter Subscription Block

Noptin provides a newsletter subscription block that makes it very easy to embed newsletter forms into your WordPress posts and pages.

Note: This feature is only available on WordPress versions 5 or later. Users of previous WordPress versions need to install the Gutenberg plugin first.

Creating A Newsletter Subscription Block

  1. Open any post or page in the new editor.
  2. Click on the + icon to add a new block.
  3. Search for Newsletter then click on the Newsletter Optin block.
create a new newsletter block

This will create a newsletter form that looks like the one below.

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER

This is the description of your form.

Designing the Form

You can click on any text to edit it.

To change the look of your opt-in form, click anywhere else on the form. This will reveal form options on the right of the editor.

newsletter subscription block settings

These options make it easy to change the:

  • Submit button text.
  • Colors.
  • Redirect URL – This is where a subscriber will be redirected after they successfully sign up for your newsletter.

Content Upgrades

You can increase your conversions by offering content upgrades (also known as lead magnets). Simply set the redirect URL to the URL of something you would like the user to download/watch/visit after they have successfully subscribed.

If you do not set a redirect URL, users will see the default success message after subscribing. You can change this message via the settings page.

Conclusion

You have seen how easy it is to embed a newsletter subscription block to your post content. Just like the one below.

BORING NEWSLETTER

Enter your email address below to receive boring emails every other day.

However, you might want to create a form once and automatically add it before/after all your posts.

That is why Noptin comes with a state of the art form editor. It allows you to create a more advanced form and embed it anywhere using a shortcode. You can further configure Noptin to automatically embed the form before or after post content.

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