Ultimately, I'd recommend sticking with either just a banner, a pop-up, or a flyout - having multiple active and installed on a site will just become cumbersome or turn away potential signees. In regards to your statement above, I feel principe's issue may be the same that many others of us have run into. We have multiple forms because they target specific pages/websites with specific audiences. I am running into this issue right now. Our company has a main website, but we also have some smaller project based sites with very specific audiences. I wanted to create a pop up form for one of my smaller project sites to allow people to sign up for a mailing list for resources specific to that project. The issue I ran into, of course, is that when i created and published a fly-out form that I created for that specific site, it started showing up on somewhere on my main website. I had 10 people sign up on it in the 15 minutes or so I had it active. I know the signups weren't coming from the smaller website for which the form was intended because that site is not live just yet. I really like the look of the flyout and the fact that it can be closed out and does not take up real estate on the page, nor does it direct users to an outside site to fill out the sign up form. But it looks like I'm stuck using either the inline form or the landing page form. Please give serious consideration to adding this feature for flyout/pop-up/banners forms. Judging from what I have seen in the community, it looks like this is a source of frustration for quite a few.
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