SendFox is the newest email marketing tool trying to make a place for itself in a very crowded industry by cutting out all the fluff and getting straight to what matters: Building an email for a reasonable price.
Part of my routine when I adopt a new tool is to make sure that it integrates perfectly with Thrive Leads and the other Thrive plugins. Good news -- It does!
In this guide I'm going to show you how to quickly integrate SendFox with any Thrive Leads or Thrive Architect lead form.
Create a Form in SendFox
First you need to go to SendFox and go to the Forms section to create a new form. Give your form any name you want, connect it to a list, and choose which fields you want to collect.
Don't worry about the button copy since we can change that later in Thrive Leads, but be sure to put in the URL to redirect contacts to after they submit the form. Unlike most HTML forms, this one actually redirects without any need to edit the HTML!
Copy HTML Form into Thrive Leads
This is the only 'tricky' part of the entire process!
Copy the embed code from SendFox and then paste it into your HTML form integration section of your Thrive Leads or Thrive Architect lead form.
Before you press continue, we need to remove some code.
Highlight everything from the "no botz please" section through the closing div tag. We're removing this because it's a hidden "honeypot" field meant to catch bots. If we leave it in, Thrive Leads will render the field and we won't be able to get rid of it.
Customize and Test Your New SendFox Thrive Leads Form
Now you're free to edit the Thrive form and stylized it however you like. You can edit the size, shape, color, and even make it an inline form. That's the beauty of Thrive Leads and why we're doing this anyway, right?
Lastly, test your form. Make sure the redirect works and the lead is correctly sent to your SendFox account.
That's all there is to it! You can now build your email list AFFORDABLY using SendFox and continue to use Thrive Leads for all of its functionality and customization. If you need a more detailed explanation of SendFox or want to see the features currently available, be sure to check out my SendFox overview.
If you have any questions about this implementation, you can always leave a comment and I'll do my best to guide you through your setup.