All right, now that you have your GoDaddy account, and you set up your website through WordPress, one of my suggestions would be to go to mailchimp.com. Now, MailChimp is a email marketing service that can connect to your Gravity Form. So, once you’ve developed your list of prospects, then you can go into this program, generate emails, and send them out to prospects on a monthly basis. Okay, so having that list of emails becomes very, very helpful when you’re just trying to make contact with all of your leads, okay?
So next, check out pricing, all right? What does this service cost? For new businesses, it’s free forever, and that’s only up to a certain amount of subscribers, okay? So, you can have up to 2,000 subscribers, and be able to use this program for free. So I would suggest getting yourself a free account, and I’ll show you in later videos how to connect MailChimp to your Gravity Form, so you can get more and more leads.
What I do is I just copy all of this, I know that this is just pure gibberish, but I’m using this as just like I said, as a placeholder, and then I go ahead and paste that into my text editor. I go ahead and update the page, and I go to the page itself and I click refresh, see how it all shows up? Now what about images, what if I want to add images to this page? Alright, good question. I’ll come back here and if I want to add media, go ahead and click this, and you can go ahead and select files from your hard drive, but I’m going to cancel out of that for right now. There already is some media on this, I believe. Let me see here, I’ll go ahead and click this right here, and let’s click update, let’s see how this looks. Click refresh, okay that doesn’t look the greatest in the world. Okay, let’s try to format this a little bit differently.
Let’s click this image, and you see all these little icons that show up right here? This is the alignment of the image. Right now it’s set to no alignment, instead I’m going to set it to aligned left so that the text flows around this image. Click update and refresh the page. There we go, it’s starting to take shape here. Alright, so that’s pretty much how you add just basic content and images to your WordPress page.