Creating your first signup form
Once you have created your first list in SalesAutopilot, the next step is to create a signup form for your list, and then embed it in your website or your company's Facebook page, so that you can start collecting subscribers.
It's quite beneficial to create a signup form that asks for the least amount of information that will still be meaningful to you. In most cases, first name + email address, or first name + last name + email address will be all you need.
Before you would go ahead and create your first signup form, we recommend that you read our detailed tutorial on creating signup forms.
We also suggest that you use one of the built-in templates of SalesAutopilot for creating your first signup form. Once you have more experience, or if the help of an experienced webmaster is at your disposal (or you are an experienced webmaster), then you can start creating signup forms that perfectly match your corporate identity. To find out how, read our tutorial on changing the design of your forms.
Embedding your form into your website
Once you have created your signup form, it's time to embed it in your website. The method of embedding your form largely depends on the technology that was used for creating your website.
If you have a custom developed website, then the source code of the form simply has to be copy-pasted into the website. You can read more about that here: Embedding signup form into HTML website
If you have a Wordpress website, read this description.
If you use some other CMS (e.g. Drupal, Joomla!, etc.), read the tutorial for embedding forms in custom developed websites mentioned above.
If none of these cases apply to you, ask for the help of your webmaster or our customer service