New Integration: Formstack Offers More Web Form Options

If you want to grow your email lists, opt-in forms that convert visitors to subscribers are a must.

Order forms, event registrations, surveys and lead-gen subscriptions — these are all gateways to your business.

So we’re very pleased to announce our new integration with Formstack, one of the leaders in the form field (pun intended), that will make all of that a breeze.

What does this mean to you?

Simply put, you can use the Formstack data collection forms to capture leads, gather contact information and sync it all with your AWeber account automatically. Even with custom form fields.

Here’s a quick video to show you how easy it is to set up:

Already a Formstack customer? This is like flipping a switch. If you’re not, check out their 14-day free trial and see how this new capability helps you grow your AWeber lists and your business.

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Hunter Boyle leads business development for AWeber. A veteran content and conversion strategist, he's helped thousands of marketers optimize their digital initiatives. Connect with Hunter on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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11 Comments

  1. How can we get a horizontal sign up form like the one above? Would love to have this option for my blog/site.

    I have tried the Formstack/AWeber integration and it doesn’t seem to want to work for me.

    Thanks,
    Chris

    7/9/2012 9:05 pm
  2. Hi Chris,

    Thanks for the comment. Not sure how to diagnose the Formstack/AWeber issue you’re having, but if your AWeber account is working fine, I’d suggest reaching out to Formstack support (http://www.formstack.com/contact.html or http://support.formstack.com/).

    Regarding the horizontal form on our page, that was developed by our design team. Although it’s no in our generator feature, it’s not too difficult to replicate with some minimal HTML editing (you can use “View Source” for reference). I’ll pass along the idea of adding it to our generator templates. Hope that helps. Keep us posted.

    Cheers — Hunter

    7/10/2012 9:47 am
  3. Liz

    We need a horizontal layout. It does not have to have a fancy graphics – all I need is ONE horizontal form layout like the basic one you have for the vertical forms – without graphics – which I can then use via the JavaScript embed.

    It would be so EASY for you to do this, I just don’t understand why you don’t.

    3/31/2013 11:38 am
  4. julianna

    I agree. Why not just make one form that has a horizontal opt-in layout. It would be so helpful.

    4/30/2013 6:12 pm
  5. Heather

    Yes, I agree. A horizontal form is standard these days. I’m frustrated that I paid for this service and can’t have what others are using on their sites!

    Is anything in the works to help us paying users convert our vertical, old school, sign up forms? I hope I hope….

    7/14/2013 2:07 pm
  6. I’m here searching for a horizontal opt-in as well. Any chance of this becoming an option soon?

    Thanks,

    Mike

    7/31/2013 2:26 pm
  7. I agree as well. Please make a horizontal opt-in form.

    8/9/2013 10:30 am
  8. Agree with the others – a simple horizontal form would be great.

    With some many people on this post and many other posts asking for the same thing I am not sure why you are not listening to your customers. Telling them to create it with their own designer is not being customer focused.

    11/28/2013 12:16 pm
  9. Rachel Acquaviva

    Hi Sabine,

    We’re listening, and have passed along the suggestion – it’s a great one!

    12/2/2013 8:55 am
  10. where are we on the horizontal signup form? For a company as user-friendly as aweber, I’m shocked this has not already been done. Seems like an easy thing to do. ETA???

    12/27/2013 3:32 pm
  11. Dan, please see Rachel’s note from the 2nd of the month. It would be an extensive change, and the issue is in discussion. Thank you.

    12/27/2013 4:09 pm