You use Wix to build a great-looking website without breaking a sweat. You use Constant Contact to email your fans and subscribers the latest promotions, updates, and more. And now, with Digioh’s Lightbox app, you can connect the two to convert your Wix website visitors directly into your Constant Contact subscribers; no importing/exporting required!
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The Lightbox is a “soft” pop-up that appears on the screen after a few seconds and asks your visitors to sign up to your email list. It’s quick, easy, unobtrusive, and free! Here’s how to grow your Constant Contact list by adding email capture lightboxes to your Wix website:
Add Digioh’s Lightbox app to your Wix website
Too add it, log in to your Wix account and go to the Wix editor. Navigate to the App Market in the left-side menu. Then, search for either “Constant Contact” or Lightbox.” Next to the Constant Contact Email Capture Lightbox, click the Add to site button.
Now, Lightbox is added to your site! But we’re not done yet. We need to connect your Constant Contact account to be sure that new subscribers are correctly added to your email marketing list.
After clicking on the Connect Account button you will be asked to log in to Constant Contact to authorize the connection. Once you do this your account will be connected to your Lightbox and you can select which list you’d like to add your new subscribers to.
Now, although you’re officially finished setting up your own Lightbox, you should put some icing on that cake! You have a great amount of customization available to you. Here’s a breakdown of the following customizable settings:
- Display Pop Up Rules – change where and when the Lightbox appears
- Layout and Background – change the background color and box size
- Thank You Page – Customize what message subscribers see after signing up
- Advanced Settings – Alter the look and text of the Lightbox; add name field
After customizing your Lightbox, be sure to give it a test run by signing yourself up in Preview mode.