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  1. Hi All,

    A lot of googling and I still cant think of an ideal solution to my question. Here is the scenario:

    I am using an unbounce page to capture visitors emails in exchange for a report I created. Ideally, I would like to add those email addresses to my blog subscribers, but I understand that is not possible? Correct? If I can in fact use an unbounce page to subscribe people to my blog can someone let me know how.

    Alternative options I've considered:
    1. Send the email addresses from the unbounce page to mail chimp. Does anyone know if its possible to "auto send" a mailchimp campaign when you post a wordpress.com blog post?

    2. Use the wordpress.com email signup form to offer the free report in exchange for sign-up?

    Sorry for the rambling post, hopefully you understand what im trying to achieve and someone can propose a good solution.

    Thanks in advance :)
    Joel.

    The blog I need help with is theplatedman.com.

  2. A 3rd solution just popped into my head, can i create a "members only" page that could contain a link to the download?

    Did a quick search, doesn't look like I can... :(

  3. I should also point out that the main reason I set up unbounce is because it allows me to provide the report download to people once they sign up / enter their email address. I'm happy to move away from unbounce, especially if option 2 or 3 above are possible.

  4. I am using an unbounce page to capture visitors emails in exchange for a report I created. Ideally, I would like to add those email addresses to my blog subscribers, but I understand that is not possible? Correct? If I can in fact use an unbounce page to subscribe people to my blog can someone let me know how.

    There is no way for you to accomplish this here. if you are ionot harvesting email addresses for email marketing campaigns you are best served by hiring a web host and setting up your own WordPress.corg install.

  5. RATS! T made a typing error WordPress.org. Please read the comparison here > http://support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/

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