possible for embedded registration form in email itself (not web page)?
1st day on CC. I'm making an email campaign to invite recipients to take part in a free online worker engagement diagnostic survey. The email design itself is simple enough. What I'd like is to include in the email a "Register now" or "Yes I'm interested" button which if clicked, generates a pop up for recipient to enter his/her name and email. Is there anyway to do this inside of CC? I'm just trying to find the simplest way of doing this for a non-web developer. Thanks!
Thank you for reaching out to the Constant Contact Community. It's my pleasure to assist you today.
That's a great question. If you are subscribed to Email Plus or in your trial you will be able to use an RSVP Action Block to collect registrations for you event. Since these contacts you are mailing to are likely on your list already, it will automatically collect their name and email address. If the person who clicks to register isn't on your list, there will be a pop up form as shown in the document above.
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