Lesson 2 – How to embed your 17hats.com Lead Form in WordPress

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There wouldn’t be much point in creating a form, if you didn’t have somewhere to put it. As you’ll see in this and other courses, I am a big fan of using WordPress for your site, for a number of reasons. You’re about to experience one of them very directly. It is drop dead simple to install or embed your 17hats.com lead form in a WordPress page.

You’ll see that you have options for linking to the form, and also including it on a Facebook Page. For Facebook I prefer to have people sign up for my newsletter. Therefore I have my MailChimp form on my Facebook page. Then I link from my Facebook page to my contact page, where you’ll find my 17Hats.com lead form.

This video is short, because the objective is simple. Access the lead form in 17hats.com, that we created in the previous lesson, get the embed code, and drop it into a WordPress page.

As I often do, you’ll find I throw in a few bonus tips at the end of the video.

Enjoy, and I’ll see you in the next lesson!


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