Complete Bloom Tutorial | The Best Opt In Plugin for WordPress

by | Mar 2, 2020 | 0 comments

Complete Bloom Tutorial | The Best Opt In Plugin for WordPress

by | Mar 2, 2020 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

In this video I show you how you can get more optins on your WordPress website using Bloom. An amazing plugin that comes for free with the Elegant Theme package. So if you have the Divi theme you also have the Bloom plugin.

There are 6 ways to get optins to your mailing list. Through popups, fly ins, opt ins below every post (or page). You can add opt ins where you want in your website using inline opt ins. You can unlock content after people opt in and you can create optin widgets. In this tutorial I will show them all to you.

Below you see an overview with timestamps:
00:04 What we Will Cover
01:27 Get The Bloom Plugin
02:15 Install Bloom
03:04 Active Bloom for updates
03:54 What is an Opt in?
04:08 Create an Opt in
04:22 6 different Opt ins
04:36 Integrate your email provider with Bloom
06:35 Design your Opt in
07:32 Change the content and style of your Opt in
12:52 When to trigger an Opt in?
16:28 What happens when someone fills in the opt in
17:50 Where to display your Opt ins

21:46 The Fly In Opt In
24:40 The Below Post Opt In
26:03 The Inline Opt In
28:23 Locked Content Opt In
31:33 The Widget Opt in

33:21 Check the statistics
34:51 Use A/B Split Testing


<div class="tnp tnp-subscription"> <form method="post" action=""> <input type="hidden" name="nlang" value=""><div class="tnp-field tnp-field-firstname"><label for="tnp-1">First name or full name</label> <input class="tnp-name" type="text" name="nn" id="tnp-1" value=""></div> <div class="tnp-field tnp-field-email"><label for="tnp-2">Email</label> <input class="tnp-email" type="email" name="ne" id="tnp-2" value="" required></div> <div class="tnp-field tnp-field-button"><input class="tnp-submit" type="submit" value="Subscribe" > </div> </form> </div>