Hi Guys, I'm not trying to be rude, but you know very well that you haven't answered this users question directly. Because the answer is that there isn't an easy way to put a form on your website that submits directly to Constant Contact. The actual answer is: You have to use the developer API and PHP (or C#/ASP or ColdFusion) to write a custom script that will update your contact or add one to a list. When the user submits the form you would execute this script... Then when successful, forward the user to your thank you page. In the end, it's simpler to just use the link and then forms generated by Constant Contact. Unless you are good with a web scripting language like PHP, or are willing to pay a developer a few hundred dollars to make it for you. As an Internet marketer, who unfortunately is dealing with this very issue, I can say that this is not ideal for your customers Constant Contact. And it needs to change. You are behind your competitors in this area. It's absolutely terrible to get people to go through 3 steps to signup for a newsletter or mailing list (Step 1, click the link on website; Step 2, enter email and click continue; Step 3, Enter the rest of the required information). It should be just enter information and submit right from the web page. Just as the original poster asked. Again, I'm NOT trying to be rude or sound angry. These are the facts though. I hope Constant Contact will make strides to improve here, because the rest of your platform is nice and very useful for businesses!
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