If you’ve built up an audience on Tumblr, then you can easily convert them to a mailing list audience using the FanBridge signup forms. Best of all, these forms can appear in different way, and a combination of these options can easily be put into different parts of your blog. See below for how we used the splash page, embeddable form, and the interstitial all in one place.
1. Splash Page
Using a signup form as a splash page essentially inserts it over your page upon an initial visit by a new fan and will prompt each new visitor to join your list only once a year after subscribing. To embed this form, we simply pasted the splash page code above the closing </body> tag.
2. Embeddable Signup Form
Embedding a form in your site is easy and can greatly assist your database and list outreach efforts. In our example, we pasted the embed code in our aside just below the </header> tag.
Using the FanBridge interstitial, you can prompt visitors to sign up for your list as they navigate between pages on your site. It just takes one click to display your form without having your fans navigate away from your Tumblr. In our example, we used it as an extra page that uses the interstitial URL as a redirect.
See all these options in further detail in the video above.