Creating a sign-up landing page

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Sign-up landing pages are a quick, battle-tested way to promote your business and grow your leads. You can easily whip up your page in E-goi.



Landing pages in E-goi

Sign-up landing page

A page with an embedded opt-in form.

Landing page

A page with no opt-in form. You can use it as thank-you page to welcome new subscribers or a as a product showcase if you don't have a web site yet.

In addition to sign-up landing pages, you can also create just the opt-in form (to plug into your site) or a pop-up form or even a WhatsApp form.




  • An E-goi account with a Base or Pro plan.
  • sender for the form's double opt-in emails (in you case new subscribers need to confirm their opt-in).




Using landing pages in an E-goi account which includes them doesn't involve any added costs. The only limit is the contact quota for your E-goi plan.

For E-goi accounts with a Base or Pro plan

For E-goi accounts with a GoSend plan

As GoSend was designed to send messages to a contact list you've already built, it doesn't include sign-up landing pages or forms.



Before you begin



Use this to set how the form will behave when a contact subscribes.

  • Language assigned to contacts: Any new contacts subscribed via this page will be given the language you choose here.
    The available languages are those you've set for the contact list the form will be feeding contacts into.
  • Tag contacts: You can choose which tags newly subscribed contacts will be given, so you can easily segment them.
  • Behaviour: Select what happens when a contact who submits the form is opting in for the first time, has already opted in or has been removed.
    You can display a thank-you-for-subscribing message or send the subscriber an email requiring them to confirm their opt-in. This will essentially set your form as single opt-in (no email confirmation required) or double opt-in (email confirmation required).
  • Limit sign-ups: Lets you cap the form's subscriptions based on total sign-ups, a date or specific visitor IPs.



Page settings

Type in your:

  • Page title: Visitors will see this on their browser tab.
  • Internal page title: For you only. Contacts won't see it.
  • Page language: The page language. Its double opt-in emails (in case you enable them under Behaviour) will also assume this language.
  • Page link: The actual landing page link for you to share. You can partially customise it (no spaces nor special characters).
  • Keywords: These will help Google find and rank your page.
  • Advanced options: Some other settings, including the ability to add a Google Analytics tracking code.



Step by step


Creating your landing page

1) Go to the Collect menu, then Sign-up page and hit Create.

2) Select the contact list your contacts will be fed into.

Important! Your landing page will be permanently assigned to the contact list you choose here.

3) Choose how you'll create your page: from scratch, off a template or pulled from an existing E-goi landing page.

4) Type in a name for your page, choose its language and hit Next.



Setting up the opt-in form

The landing page editor will display the opt-in form, which usually collects name, email and mobile. By clicking the form, a right-hand panel will slide in, allowing you to change these fields and modify how form's look and feel.

You can also add to the form any other fields you've got in your contact list (eg. birthdate, postal address, etc.). If it doesn't have the fields you need, simply create them in the contact list or while editing the form by clicking Create a field.



Adding content to the page

To add content to your page, you can drag-and-drop any of the widgets below (same thing as when using the Email Builder editor):


  • Image: Displays a picture you either uploaded, pulled from a URL or picked from your E-goi gallery.
  • Text: A standard text area which you can style and add links to.
  • Title: A title or subtitle area which you can style and add links to.
  • Button: A button with a link, perfect for a call-to-action (eg. "Buy now").
  • Separator: A horizontal line to visually split sections along your page.
  • Video: Displays a video from a URL (eg. YouTube).
  • Countdown: A real-time countdown starting from any date you choose. Great to drive event sign-ups, webinar attendance and time-limited offers.
  • HTML: If you need to embed HTML in your page (eg. JavaScript code), just use this widget.
  • Form: To add a subscription form to your page, in case it doesn't have one already.



  • Social networks: If your business is active on social, add this widget to let visitors connect to your social profiles.
  • Share: This adds social sharing links to your page so visitors can share it directly across Facebook, X, LinkedIn and Pinterest.
  • Image list: Displays a set of up to 5 pics you choose. You can stack them together or turn them into a carrousel slideshow.
  • Map: Pulls up Google Maps with any location you enter (eg. your postal address or your event location).
  • QR code: Displays a QR code from a link or text which people can scan with their QR code reader.
  • Testimonials: Displays a set of up to 3 testimonials. You can stack them together or turn them into a carrousel slideshow.






Drag the column structure you want to add to your page design. Then drag a content widget (eg. text or image) into each column.




Viewing the landing page results

Each landing page has its own performance report.

1) Go to the Collect menu, then Sign-up page and click View all.

2) Locate your landing page and click Results.



Setting up a CNAME for your landing page

Adding E-goi's CNAME to your domain will alllow your landing page URL to display your own site domain instead of ours.

1) Go to your user menu (upper right-hand corner) and click Configurations.

2) Under Landing page CNAME, click Add and follow our steps to add E-goi's CNAME to your site's domain.

3) Once the CNAME is up and ready, you can then choose your domain as your landing page link under the page settings.



Frequently asked questions


Where's my landing page link so I can share it?

1) Go to the Collect menu, then Sign-up page and click View all.

2) Locate your landing page, click its options button (right-hand side) and choose Link. Copy the page link.


How to add anchor links in my page?

Anchors are page links which take the visitor to another section in the same page:

1) While editing the page, jot down the ID number of the content block where you want the anchor link to jump to. Let's say the page's opt-in form is in block ID 16.

2) Create a link anywhere else on the page and choose link type Anchor URL.

3) Select the block ID (16, in this case).


Can the page or form be impacted by browser adblockers?

Yes. The landing page or some of it (including the opt-in form) may not be displayed or work at all if the visitor's browser has:

  • Antivirus extensions set to very high protection modes.
  • Adblockers (eg. AdBlock, uBlock, uBlock Origin).

As we can't bypass browser extensions, they may change the page's behaviour in unexpected ways. If visitors to your page have trouble subscribing, consider adding a text snippet asking them to disable browser extensions, as shown below.