Magento Go Email Signup

This applet lets you add a MailChimp signup option to your Magento Go pages

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  • Developer
    MailChimp
  • Last Updated
    May 2013
  • Rating
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Once you provide your MailChimp API key and select your list, this applet will generate the HTML code you need to add a signup form to your page.


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    Paul Rice

    - 07/01/2011

    This add-on is just a simple subscribe box. We can we expect real API functionality with MailChimp and Magento Go.?

    When someone checks out as a guest or creates an account there should be an option for them to "opt-in" to the newsletter and then Magento go should connect to MailChip's API to add them to the list.

    This is powerful stuff, if it can be integrated.

    Yuri

    - 08/23/2011

    Paul already asked this question, and I can almost hear the crickets... Not a good sign.

    wesle

    - 04/13/2012

    come on Mailchimp, and magento go lets get a proper intergration please, this is very lack luster and of little use to anyone

    Hamlet

    - 04/23/2012

    100% agree with Paul, need something more than a subscribe button. Want full integration into cart, to be able to add upon checkout.

    Also, would be nice to be able to create a pop-up form to capture emails.

    Have anyone of you done that?

    Thanks, Hamlet

    Sharon

    - 04/23/2012

    If you are looking for more integration within Magento, check out http://connect.mailchimp.com/integrations/magento.

    Magento Go is specifically for adding a signup box.

    David

    - 05/10/2012

    I agree with Hamlet.

    Full cart integration Lightbox pop up to capture emails etc.

    Thank you, David

    paul i

    - 05/11/2012

    how does the newsletter on magento Go work by default? it dosent seem to handle creating the actual newsletter or sending it... just giving a sign up text box and transactional emails with the confirmation email that is sent when users sign up... is that correct or am i missing something.?