Xsitepro2 Users, How do I collect phone numbers using Getresponse?

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I want to collect the phone numbers of people in the forms wizard. It only lets me collect name and email. What can I do? Please help...
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  • Profile picture of the author JDSalinger
    Hi Steven,

    You do not have to use the Xsitepro 2 form wizard. Instead, just build the form with Aweber or Getaresponse on their site and include a field for the phone number and copy in the code.

    Best,
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  • Profile picture of the author areustle
    With GetResponse, you have the ability to add 10 custom fields. One of them could be phone number.

    Make sure you have your campaign already created.
    Go To Control Panel-Capture Subscribers. Select HTML form and select your campaign.
    On the next screen, the 5th option is whether you want custom fields or not.
    Select Yes and fill out the Variable name such as Phone.

    I hope that helps.


    Albert
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    • Profile picture of the author StevenSaliba
      Originally Posted by areustle View Post

      With GetResponse, you have the ability to add 10 custom fields. One of them could be phone number.

      Make sure you have your campaign already created.
      Go To Control Panel-Capture Subscribers. Select HTML form and select your campaign.
      On the next screen, the 5th option is whether you want custom fields or not.
      Select Yes and fill out the Variable name such as Phone.

      I hope that helps.


      Albert
      Originally Posted by JDSalinger View Post

      Hi Steven,

      You do not have to use the Xsitepro 2 form wizard. Instead, just build the form with Aweber or Getaresponse on their site and include a field for the phone number and copy in the code.

      Best,

      Thanks for the answers guys. I want to capture the information in a designed opt-in box with colors, not a simple default box with just the basic black and white colors. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author areustle
    Steven,

    You can edit the HTML code for the optin box you get from GetResponse. PM me and I can mock up a optin box with some color for you to see it.

    Let me know.


    Albert
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  • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
    I think the forms in XSP are not designed to expand to
    accommodate more fields. I've fooled around with it
    a bit and got nowhere. Best to design a custom graphic
    and embed the GR fields in it... more or less. The XSP
    forms aren't that nice-looking anyway and I don't think
    it's worth the trouble to try to adapt them.
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