#23 Track where on the Blog Readers are Signing up- Part 2

Amy Marsh Is A Fashion Technologist In Training

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It’s the weekend! So to make sure you enjoy it here is a small tutorial on how to find out which web page your users are signing up from. Again increasing the amount of data you are collecting about your readers, by introducing I am hoping to be able to see which posts readers are finding the most useful and so therefore signing up at the bottom of the page. By gaining this information I will be able to gain a better understanding of what type of content the readers want and you can too!


This is a simple task that you can do with breakfast before making the most the of your Saturday.


Let’s get started!



Log in to Mailchimp and add another text field called ‘Web form URL’, first save it as visible and click onto signup forms and ‘Embedded forms’ and copy the code. After that is complete go back onto ‘General forms’ and make the new text field hidden:


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Next paste the code into a document and find the new section of code for the new text box you have just added, it should look similar to this:



Delete the label tag and add this code for the value:



It should now look something like this:



Now add this section of code to your forms, before the subscribe button tag, they should look something like this:




Leave a comment with any questions or to submit your progress and make sure to check out the blog tomorrow and see what has changed!

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