I’m going to show you how to add a Sendinblue unsubscribe link to all of your Sendinblue emails so that everyone on your list can unsubscribe.
When we’re done, you’ll have an unsubscribe form with a link that works to take contacts off of your email list.
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You can also sign up for a free Sendinblue account using my link.
Step 1: Create Form
Log in to Sendinblue and go to Contacts at the top. Click on Forms and go to Unsubscription. Make a new subscription form and give it a name.
Step 2: Design
This can be as fancy or simple as you like. You can also switch between mobile and desktop.
Step 3: Settings
You can either:
- Send people to a confirmation page, and you can use a default Thank You page or default email confirmation page.
- Send people to a link on your website.
- Send people a follow up email (Personally, I don’t think this makes any sense because they asked you to stop emailing them).
In the video above I just use the default email page here.
Step 4: Default Messages
You’ll see default messages that you can change but, again, in the video I just keep it the way it is.
Now you need the link under Quick Share. Click on Preview, and you can see that it looks just the same.
Then go back and copy that link under Quick share.
Step 5: Adding to Transactional Email
Now we need to put this into our transactional email.
I’m using GoHighLevel, which has a two-way SMS email. It’s an amazing all in one platform specifically to nurture leads.
Inside the email builder, insert this link inside the message “You were sent this message because you opted into your email list. To unsubscribe, click this link.”
Add a little text element underneath this and type in: “You were sent this email because you opted in on our website. To unsubscribe, click this link.”
Highlight “click this link”, click the little link and paste the link in. Click OK and save it.
Click your new text element again to make sure that your link looks good.
What you can do now is, you can either send it to yourself or you can just paste the link in your browser window and hit Enter.
Then you can test it. If you enter in a fake email, it’s going to say your Unsubscription cannot be validated. If you enter in a real email that is actually on your list, then it’s going to tell you that as well.
In the video I create one that I think is fake. And this email is on my list, so it will say “Click unsubscribe to stop receiving emails from this sender on this email address.” Click Unsubscribe.
So now we know it works, we can go over into our contacts and validate that this one is gone.
So there you have it. That’s how you add an unsubscribe link to your Sendinblue transactional emails.