Would you like to have a standalone page where people can sign up for your email newsletter? With OptinMonster, you can now create a Shareable MonsterLink with a click of a button.
A shareable MonsterLink is a standalone page located on one of our domains that serves as an independent URL that you can share through email, Facebook, or other social media, which allows your subscriber to see a specific OptinMonster campaign.
Step 1 – Create or Edit a Campaign
To create a Shareable MonsterLink, you first need to have a campaign already created. If you haven’t created your first campaign, then you should do this first and make sure the campaign is live.
Step 2 – Copy and Share Your MonsterLink Code
Go to your Publish menu, which is located at the top-right of the Builder.
Next, scroll down until you see Shareable MonsterLink. Click the icon.
Next, you should see a textbox appear below the icons where you will find a link. That link is the Shareable MonsterLink.
You can now share that link in your emails, on social media, or add it to your social profiles. When a visitor clicks the link, they’ll be taken to the standalone page where they can signup on your OptinMonster campaign.
Looking for more options? Consider split-testing your Shareable MonsterLinks to improve your conversions!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I change my domain where my Shareable MonsterLink shows?
A: You can change the domain from the default URL of:
However, it is not possible to customize the URL of the Shareable MonsterLink at this time.
Q: How can I change the success action for when someone signs up?
A: The success action is the same success action associated with your campaign. You can edit by reviewing our documentation here.
Q: Why doesn’t my shortcode work?
A: Shortcodes are processed on your live site where your website is hosted. Since Shareable MonsterLinks are located on a different domain, those shortcodes therefore cannot be processed. In this situation, it is best if you connect to one of our native email integrations or if you embed plain Custom HTML.