- Mar 17, 2020
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That is what happened to me too. They told me the free trial is really just to check it out. If you want an email sign up form you have to subscribe.I signed up for CC for the free trial, but it seems like I can't even set up an email sign up form on my blog until I purchase it? Is this correct?
I am trying to figure out Canva for Pinterest posts. It seem fairly easy to get your picture the right size on there and get your post looking good.Tbh - I am very disappointed by CC customer service who led me to believe that CC could help me create social media post and Pinterest pins. It DOES have a Social portal for sending to *most* social media - NO PINTEREST - but it doesn’t help create AT ALL. So. Excellent funnel and data capturing; not creative except for email/campaign templates. Now that my rant is over, what does everyone use for creating Pins and posts??
Thanks! I have used the app Over with some success, too. Just kind of looking for a one-stop creative shop. Probably Canva. I made my media kit and lead magnets there.I am trying to figure out Canva for Pinterest posts. It seem fairly easy to get your picture the right size on there and get your post looking good.
Yes, there's a law that says you have to have a physical address in your emails. I use my home address because I live in a building with security. But otherwise, I would absolutely have a P.O. Box. I think you can get a small one fairly inexpensively. Best of luck to you!I had already installed an email service on my blog, was setting it up, only to find out that you HAVE to include a physical mailing address on every email that goes out. Since I do not own a storefront my only options are to pay to get a mailbox at the post office or at UPS or share my home address (I am not comfortable with that due to privacy reasons). Is my understanding of this situation true?