Simplero Blog

The business of transforming lives, and life as a conscious entrepreneur

Calvin Correli

How do I balance between my business and my family?

Anette asks:

"I am afraid that I loose focus on my loving family, - but I am sad about not offering more of my skills to other people, because I know that I can help them a lot getting more meaning in their life."

Check out my answer here:

Calvin Correli

Would it be okay if it's easy?

Every single time I've struggled with something, when I finally found the key that unlocked the solution, it turned out to be easy.

If you've got the wrong key, or you're trying the wrong door, or you're turning the key the wrong way, or sticking it in the wrong hole, it's going to be a STRUGGLE. You push and push, turn and turn, fiddle and moan and hurt yourself and get all wound up, but the door simply won't open.

That's when it's time to pause, take a deep breath, and say: "I choose easy world, where everything is easy".

There's always an easy solution. Anyone who says otherwise just haven't figured it out for themselves yet.

It may not look anything like you expected. It might not take you exactly where you had in mind. But it's there, and it's better and more elegant than anything you could've thought up.

And the funny thing is, once you see it, you realize the solution's actually been tapping you gently on the shoulder for quite a while now. You've just been too stubborn to see it.

The other day someone asked me for a discount, to "keep her happy". I wrote that I very much wanted to see her happy, and what would she really need to be happy? Love? Inner peace? World peace? She responded that a loving and handsome boyfriend would do. So of course I gave her a course by my mentors Gay and Katie Hendricks, and as far as I've heard it was exactly what she needed.

I love how beautifully things can work out sometimes. Getting this course is worth way more than whatever discount I might have given her. By asking for what she actually wanted, rather than what she thought she wanted at first, it worked out perfectly for everyone.

Another example: A couple of weeks ago in this very newsletter, I asked you about your vision, and only a few people responded, one of them Megan Meyers. Hint: Replying to email newsletters is a great way to create connection.

Megan's reply intrigued me so much I had to ask her for an interview. She obliged, but asked that it not be called an interview, but simply a conversation that we just happened to record, and if the results seemed valuable, we'd share it. It was, and so here we are.

Megan has really mastered how to create easy and flow and success in her life without even a hint of struggle. This, my friends, is how it's supposed to be. If you would like a dollop of that in your own life, then listen in. Make sure you pay particular attention to the energy behind her words. Words are great, but it's the energy behind it that allows for a much deeper learning. Listening, while asking yourself: "How is Megan organizing herself to make things come to her so effortlessly?"

Here's the interview:


This is my invitation to you. Hit reply and tell me what is it that you really want? What would truly make you happy? Time and money are always excuses, so let's skip them and get to the real meat here.

Tell me, and let's see what we can co-create next.

Lots of Love,

Some Very Special Events in Denmark

I've always been one to swim upstream. When I got into information marketing, I immediately found out who everyone else was learning from, and sought them out. Same thing when I took a coach education a few years before that. I found out who my teachers on the coach education used as their coach, and sought him out.

His name was Bodhi Jeffreys, and I ended up working with him for several years. He was the one that broke me in, so to speak, and it's been absolutely life changing. He lives in Encinitas, California, but right now he's in Denmark, so if you're in that part of the world, now's your chance to see him in person, either one-on-one or in a group setting ... or even in a concert. Like me, he's a lover and creator of music.

Check out his events and see which are right for you

Did You Know You Could Do This?

When transferring your lists from another system to Simplero, there are a few things to keep in mind to make the transitioning as smooth as possible.

First of all, it is best to start setting up your autoresponses in Simplero first before you import your old contacts, especially if you don't want the old contacts to receive the welcome sequence again. If you have your welcome mail sequence in an automation, then it's best to import the contacts before adding the automation trigger to Content for the list.

When you import the list, you may want to check what kind of information you have in the CSV file exported from your old program. Any information that you want to import to Simplero, you will have the option to select at the start of your import process.  Each column in the CSV file will give you the option, whether it should be imported or discarded, and what it should be imported.

It can be handy to remember to import the original subscription date, or tags you want applied to the contacts. When you have chosen which columns to import and which to discard, you get to choose how to handle Confirmation and Auto Responses. This is a very important step that you don't want to miss.

If the "Skip Confirmation" box is left unchecked, those being imported, will receive an automatic email with the confirmation email process at the start of the import.  
If you don't want them to receive either welcome email (Auto response set to go out 0 days after sign up) or  later Auto responses (anything after the first welcome email) you will want to mark those choices, otherwise they will be started in the Auto response series as they are imported (regardless of potential imported subscription date).

These are important pointers to keep in mind while importing your lists!  For more information on List and specific questions, check out our Guide Here!

New Features in Simplero

This week we've made a few updates and tweaks to the new Simplero sites. First of all, you can now add links to the images in the Features section, which means that you can now easily use the Features section to link to subpages explaining things in more details.

In addition, we've added a new section type for pages on the new Simplero sites: the Sharing section. A Sharing section allows people to easily share the page where it's inserted on all of the most popular social services:


Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

Elon Musk has launched The Boring Company, and written a brilliant FAQ. I love it when companies speak in plain English. Things that make sense will make sense when explained clearly. If they sound obtuse, they probably are.

Let them paste passwords. I'm in the market for a new bank, and neither Chase and TD Bank seem to understand even the most basic things about computer security. You'd think big banks would have the budget, the capability, and the self-interest to actually understand security. Turns out they don't.

This is how we know the earth isn't flat.

We hope you have a great week!
—The Simplero Team

Calvin Correli

Customer Interview: Megan Meyers of Princess Ballerinas

A few weeks ago I sent out a newsletter where I asked you about your vision, and Megan replied. Her reply intrigued me so much, I had to ask her for an interview. She obliged, but asked that it not be an interview, but rather a conversation that we just happened to record, and share if the result turned out to be useful. That sounded great to me.

Megan has really mastered how to create easy and flow and success in her business without even a hint of struggle. This, my friends, is how it's supposed to be. If you would like a dollop of that in your own life, then listen in, and make sure you pay particular attention to the energy she's emanating. I find those to be even more important than the beautiful words she's speaking.



Calvin Correli

Occupying space

First off, thank you all for an incredible birthday celebration last week. We had a blast at the live webinar, and all throughout the week received so much outpouring of support and gratitude, it was hard to no blush. Thank you.

Something that's on my mind this week is fully occupying space. It's a weird phenomenon, but I can very much feel it. Let me explain.

The idea comes from Gay Hendricks' book The Big Leap, which I've just finished reading for probably the fourth time. In the second half of that book, he talks about his concept of Einstein Time. The idea is that our understanding of time is still stuck in the model of Newtonian physics, even though Einstein taught us that that model is essentially not correct.

In fact, that's the case with a lot of our thinking. The idea that there are separate objects that collide like billiard balls is just so persuasive, because it's what everything looks like at the surface when you don't look too carefully. And it's entirely practically applicable in many real-life situations, such as when you play billiards. In terms of time, that means that there's only a finite amount of time, and we get to slice it up into little chunks and choose what to do with it. Time is outside of us, and it's us against time, a race against the clock.

The realization behind Einstein time is that we are the source of time. Time is not out there, it's in here. We can create as much of it as we want to. How so? Because time and space are related. Specifically, when we fully occupy space, time expands to contain everything it needs to.

When you're doing something you don't want to do, or you're experiencing pain, you try to shrink away from the experience, withdrawing your awareness away from your edge and into your center, and it feels like time is going very very slowly. When you're doing something you love, you let your awareness expand to take up all of your body and try to take in as much as possible of the present moment. Time disappears. It flies by, and we don't think of it, because we're just present, right here.

As I understand it, the point is that when you let your awareness expand toward your periphery, time flows, and you find yourself having plenty of time for the important things: Creativity and intimacy. You'll never have enough time to do all the things you don't really want to do. So let's focus on doing the things you really do want to do, and trust that everything works out.

And that expansion of awareness throughout my entire body is exactly what I've been playing around with these past couple of days, and it feels really amazing. Many times throughout the day, while driving or writing or thinking or cooking or eating or speaking to someone, I've taken a moment to breathe, relax, and allow my awareness to take up all of my space, and even expand outwards beyond the boundary of my body.

I find that this simple move really helps me be present, to be right here in this moment, focused on what I'm doing, rather than up in my head, stressing, rushing. Expanding instead of contracting. And most of all, being right here, right now.

Try it, and let me know what you experience! 

Lots of love,

Fresh Interviews

Here is one of my latest interviews Michael Pashaon on his podcast Internet Ballers. I share how I developed my skills as a coder, how he got the idea for Simplero and how he was able to grow the company organically. List to our talk here. (iTunes)

Did You Know You Could Do This? 

For those of you who are just starting to build lists and even for those of you who have been with Simplero a long time, here are some times to make your life simpler and easier.

Most businesses will want to have one main email list that they send regular newsletters to. In Simplero, this will be the list marked with a little house next to it. The house list, we call it affectionately.

Of course, if you have multiple distinct audiences, you might have several main lists. That's fine. In that case, make sure you have a clear understanding of which list is intended for which audience.

There'll still be one that Simplero considers your House List.


You'll usually also want to have any number of sublists. These are great for campaigns, events, webinars, special auto-responder sequences, freebies, or special interests.

Just create a list, have people opt in to it, and setup whatever content they're supposed to get.

Give all your lists a meaningful name, because your customers will see this, which will help them determine what they want to be subscribed to, and what they don't want to be subscribed to anymore.

Getting a Sublist Into Your Main List   

Typically you'll want to have your subscribers on your sublists also get on your main newsletter. There are two main ways to accomplish this, depending on the situation. 

For campaigns, typically you'll want to wait until the campaign is over before you add them to your main list. In that case, when the campaign's over, go to your main list, click Add Subscribers, From a list or product, and then choose the sublist to copy from.

For evergreen funnels or special offers, you'll typically want to add them to your main list right away. In this case, the easiest way is just to set up a trigger on the sublist that also adds them to the main list. Easy peasy.

When You're Done With a Sublist

Just  click the little star next to the list on the overview, and we'll hide it from then on. It's not too hard to find, but at least it won't clutter up your main list screen anymore.

Adding Contacts

But what about all those people who have purchased from you previously or have already opted int to sublists but are not currently on your main list.  Don't worry! All is not lost. You can still segment your list and then add all current contacts to your main newsletter list that may be missing!    
{Find the guide on Segments here}

We want to make sure that your newsletter is reaching all of your hard earned contacts!

Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

I love this clip from The Newsroom. It was a great show, and this is the kind of stuff that Aaron Sorkin pulls that makes my tear canals clog.

One guy ended up stopping the whole malware attack that happened last week, an attack that was a fairly predictable consequence of the NSA hoarding security vulnerabilities instead of getting them patched.

And now for The Good News!

That's it for this week. Enjoy!

–Team Simplero

Calvin Correli

What we all want...

I was watching some clips from last night's comedy shows on YouTube this morning, when I came across the story about Trump bringing out a fresh map of the electoral college win in the middle of a conversation with journalists about the Chinese president. That's when in dawned on me: The guy just wants to be loved!

And you know what? I can empathize with that. Isn't that true for all of us? At the end of the day, we just want to feel that sense of wholeness that comes from feeling safe and loved.

We may try to seek that feeling through relationship, business success, audience, sex, or winning the presidential election, but really, what we all want is to feel loved, to feel whole, complete.

But here's the thing: You can have that right now, because the only thing that can ever give you that feeling in a way that sticks, is yourself. That's it.

As the Donald is finding out, when it comes from the outside, it just doesn't stick. Sorry, mate. There's nothing you can do about that.

So I invite you to take inventory of your life right now and ask yourself, what are you currently doing to try and get that feeling of love and completeness through outside means? Is it your business? Your partner? Your kids? Your car? Through food, alcohol, or drugs?

Nothing wrong with this at all. We all do it. Without exception.

But it will continue to cause suffering until you realize the age-old truth that you are what you've been seeking all along.

I've got your back. Know that you truly are loved. We're all so beautiful, so innocent, once you take a closer look. 

Lots of love,

Did You Know You Could Do This?


Do you have commenting turned on, on your pages but only want it viewable by the class that is commenting and not future or past classes? We have a great solution for you to be able to use the same space for each class without the overlap of commenting. When you duplicate the content pages and place them in the same space, the content will be duplicated without any previous commenting made by users. You can make each set of  pages viewable only to the appropriate products, or auto-publish them to only the new class.

Read the full guide here.

New Features in Simplero

This week we've added a feature to all emails in Simplero, that will potentially have a great effect on your open rates: preheaders. A preheader is a line of text at the very top of your email, which means that it will show up in people's inboxes just below the subject line as the first line of text:


Preheaders are a great opportunity to give a brief summary of what your broadcast, autoresponder or automation email is about, or maybe just to peak people's curiosity. You can start using it in all your emails today by editing the preheader along with the subject line and the body of your emails like you're used to:


Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

Here to help (funny).

This guy was sent to jail by a proprietary software algorithm (not funny).

The middle class in America is fading away (not funny at all).

Wikitribune could be the answer to the problem we have with news currently (hopeful). I believe in it. I'm a supporter.

That's it for this week. Enjoy!
–Team Simplero

Merete Stenner

Reusing space content for new classes

Many of you may have evergreen courses, where you can just send your participants through the same material again and again and are not worried by time sensitive content or have turned off commenting by users. Many times these pages are auto-publish and therefore the pages must be released through automation or auto responses.

But what if your content changes a bit for each class based on the time of year or topics? Maybe you allow commenting on your content, and don't want the next class to see the previous class's comments? Then I recommend using a new set of pages for each new class. In the upper right hand corner of the Content page for the space admin, you have the "Duplicate" button:

You can use that to duplicate a page and it's subpages, either to the current space or to another one of your spaces (that's handy if you have a FAQ or something similar you want to use in several spaces)

When you structure your content, so that each class has parent page of it's own, and then their modules as subpages, you only have to copy the parent page, and the subpages will come along. You can then edit the content of the pages to fit the current class. If you both have content pages and blog or forum pages, you will have to make a parent blog or forum page along with the parent content page, and copy those as well

Blog posts and forum comments are not copied, when copying the forum or blog pages, only the settings and content blocks if any are copied. The same goes for comments on content pages, they are not copied, so the new class will start out with a clean slate.

If you do a lot of classes, you might want to order the pages, so you have the most recent on top, you can use the reorder function for that, and just grab and drag the parent page to where you want it to be.

Your participants will always only see the specific pages they have been given access to, so don't worry if the space looks a bit overcrowded when you look at it, if you want to see it from their point of view, make a freebie purchase of the product, with an email not used for the previous classes, then you can log in as that user (use an incognito window to make sure you are not logged in to your usual account) and see the space as the participants does (remember to release the relevant modules to this participant as well)

If your class gets all of its material at once, you can use normal publish, and restrict access to the parent page to the specific product, instead of releasing with autopublish, there is a guide on restricting access in spaces here 

Have fun setting up your course.

Calvin Correli

What's Your Vision? thought_balloon

Just took a few days off in one of my favorite recreational spots, Calamigos Guest Ranch in Malibu. Or, as Nick calls it, the dude ranch. Fun fact: Ranch dressing was invented on a dude ranch. Uhm, I love ranch dressing.

It was a great reminder of how important it is to take some time away from the day-to-day to just chill. I literally hung out the entire day Monday by the pool. Got there for breakfast a little after 10, and didn't leave until almost 6pm when the sun had all but left. My body has the delicate color of a lobster at this point, but it was so good.

What was amazing was that, without really trying, I ended up "downloading" the entire blueprint for the next phase of my life, and the outline for my book. Big thanks go out to my wife Nomi for being my witness, and for my assistant Amelia for taking the hour and a half of recorded material and transcribing it (and being crazy excited about the vision).

I love how life just seems to work itself out magically when you stop trying to make things happen, and just allow.

What's your vision? If you haven't done so recently, maybe take some time to tune into that, to really sense what is true and alive for you in this moment, when you allow your ego to step aside and just listen for what wants to emerge.

People talk about surrendering to life, which is beautiful, but somehow implies that we're separate from life. How about we instead just allow the life that we are to take over and guide us.

Ego is really nothing but resistance to what is. It's the trying to control, be right about, and be in opposition to, reality. When we deeply allow everything to be exactly as it is, that opens up the door to a deeper space within.

From this place, what is your vision for yourself, your life, your business?

I'm curious. Please share.

Did You Know You Could Do This?

Did you know that you can set triggers for individual prices in a single product? If you want to offer different access or content for different price points, this is a great option for you. While you can always set up a multi tiered product system or maybe a single product with tiered pricing. However, if you want to have a single product with a single sales page so your audience can clearly see the multiple price points, this is a great option for you. You can set up each of your prices with trigger to give them access to a page, set them in an automation, send off an email from the email library, or any of the other things available via triggers.

The ability to set a trigger for each price point is also helpful if you want to be notified when someone buys at a certain price. You can use the trigger option to send you a notification email or text when someone buys at the price point. 

Triggers on prices help you automate your business so you check your products and purchases less, and have information delivered to your email or a quick text to your phone at the moment a purchase is made.  You won't need to worry about remember to add a client into a separate automation who purchased the VIP package, or to release the extra bonus page for the early bird buyers. Let Simplero work our magic while you continue to grow your business and producing your e-content! Interested in this idea? Read more here!

New Features in Simplero

Noticed anything special about the subject line of this email? That's right: by very popular demand, Simplero now supports emojis in both the subject line and the body of your emails! tadaballoon

You don't have to do anything special to use emojis – just insert them like you normally would, and Simplero takes care of it. Internally, you'll see them get converted into a special :symbol: format. But, when the email goes out, it'll have the emojis as you expect. If you want a simple way of finding the symbols instead of trying to find the actual emoji in your browser, there's a handy cheat sheet for it.

Random Links from around the Interwebs

WikiTribune sounds like the exact right answer to the problem with journalism we've had since the internet started ruling the world.

Uber CEO is playing with fire. Good reporting from the New York Times, re the above. And is selling your emails to the highest bidder (anonymized, but still).

Robert M. Pirsig, author of Zen and the Art of Motor Cycle Maintenance died. I read this book as a kid and loved it. Also, it was rejected 121 times before it was finally published. Today, it's a classic. Don't let rejection hold you back.

Lots of love,

Calvin Correli

Egalitarianism and Other Very Long Words

I spent a few days last week at the annual songwriter expo from ASCAP, one of two organizations tasked with collecting royalties for songwriters. It's a really awesome community of people, and it's one that reminds me in many ways of the community of programmers.

My favorite part of the ASCAP Expo is Thursday night's songwriter showcase. We heard Eric Bazillian tell the story of how he wrote "One of Us" to impress a Swedish girl (who he has now been married to for 20-odd years). Or Rob Hyman writing "Time after Time" with Cindy Lauper. Or Sarah Hudson writing "Dark Horse" with Max Martin, Dr. Luke, and Cirkut.

What I love about it is how down to earth it is. Of course, these writers are at the top of the heap. But there's no security, no mad crowds, no craziness. They're people of craft. It's a different game. Imagine Prince, Joan Osborne, Katy Perry, and Cindy Lauper were actually there? It would be mayhem. But we're not here for the celebrity. We're here for the love of the craft. That's what I love about this community, and it's what I love about the hacker community, and especially the open source community.

And it turns out great work comes of sharing with each other and learning from each other. It's not about competing, it's about creating the best work we know how to. That's always been what's driven me to do what I do, and it still is.

On the last day of the event, things changed a bit when Stevie Wonder showed up, and the whole egalitarian thing went out the window. I'm always amused when people go on a rant about how "people should love more" and that "people shouldn't hate based on race or sexual orientation or ideology", because if that's what you truly believe then obviously the first people you'd need to love are the very people that you think hate too much and don't love enough.

Personally, I'm much more in favor of dropping all of my "should"s. People should love or hate exactly to the extent that they do. That's their business. My business is to love as much as I can from wherever I am today. Until I can love everyone unconditionally, including the one I most vehemently disagree with, I have no business telling others how much they should or shouldn't love. Actually, even then I'll have no business telling anyone else how to live their lives.

At the end of the day, we're all equal. No matter how many hit songs you've written, no matter how good you are at playing the Harpejji, no matter how much money you've made or how much success you've had, we're all just bumbling our way through life, trying to figure out how this gift that we've been given called life works. In that, we are all equal.

Did You Know You Could Do This?

Discount Prices  and Coupon Codes are great feature of Simplero and making it easy and fun to sell your online content. Simplero "prices" make it easy to set up Early Bird Sales prices which end and are replaced by the main price or even a second tier sales price.  Once you set up the pricing, dates and replacement prices, you can walk away and let Simplero take care of it for you! You can learn more here about Discount Pricing.

Another wonderful feature of Simplero is how easy it is to make a coupon price.  You have a few choices when it comes to setting up a coupon.  You can create a coupon for a single product or a Global Coupon Code, which would the option to discount anything your Simplero account has for sale.  Utilizing the coupon code in a product gives you freedom to choose between a secret link, a personalize or auto-generated code or even a published coupon for your order form.  It even allows you to select how many times a coupon can be used!

The sky is the limit with Discount Prices and Coupon Codes.  With summer just around the corner, you may be putting your business on auto pilot.   Why not utilize some coupon codes and sell some courses that haven't been as busy as you may like. 
Watch the Prices vs. Coupon tutorial here and read more about Global Coupons here.

New Features in Simplero


Want to create a sense of urgency when selling your Simplero products? Or maybe you just don’t want your simplero sales page available for viewing open endedly but don’t want to delete the page from your account. Simplero has heard your desire and has answered the call with 2 new features! Landing page expiration and a countdown timer.

Now through the advanced settings when creating or editing a landing page you have the option to set a date for your page to expire, or to immediately expire a currently available landing page. With that comes the option to redirect your viewers. Sale for your product over? Then redirect the to an opt-in for an interest list when sales open again.

In the same advanced settings you will see the option to add a countdown timer to your page that will countdown to the time your page is set to expire. This is a great way to let possible buyers know how long they have to decide, reminding them that sales aren’t open forever and they should act now.

Check out our guide for step by step walk through.

Fresh Interviews

Join me in my interview with Gillian Rose Rodriguez on her show, Just Stay Curious! I share about my journey through building my business and how I began to explore working in conformance with pursuing my life purpose! (iTunes)

Random Links from around the Interwebs

Steve Jobs' resume. Done to show what you could do with the HomePage app back in the day. I love the part where he says he has a bit of that "vision thing". Talk about an understatement.

How to fool computer vision.

A guide to Italian pastries.

Have a fantastic week!

Lots of love,

Sherrie Williams

Meet Nicole and Katie Myofascial Release therapists

Tell me a little about your business…

Look inside. Love your Life is a business my partner and I created as a way to spread our knowledge of bodywork and the mind body connection to other people through the internet. We have created Self Care Classes online with Simplero teaching people what Myofascial Release is, What Self Care and Self Love is, How belief systems are connected to your body and how it operates, and how to release your own fascia to free yourself from pain, mental and physical!

What brought you to Simplero?

Kathryn Hocking's E-Course Launch Formula

How have you integrated Simplero into your business?

We use Simplero as the base of our online course, as well as for our auto email subscriptions, landing pages, ets.

How has Simplero benefited your Business?

Simplero is a really nice format. I feel like it has helped to have a seamless integration of email, landing pages, merchant processing, course format all in one place, it made the technical side of creating an online business a lot easier!

What's something you've learned in business you'd wish someone had told you when you were starting out?

Business is a marathon, not a race. It is strategic and requires a lot of work. I also never knew how very important my "why" was, but that's what kept me going those late nights and frustrating and scary days when you thought for sure this might be the day you just want to give up!

What's a fun fact about you that someone would never guess?

My business partner and I are both obsessed with the TV show Outlander.


Screenshot_41-normal.pngHi! Nice to meet you. We are two Myofascial Release therapists located outside of Boston, MA. Our own back pain and jaw pain is what brought us here. A few years back Nicole couldn't even bend over and Katie couldn't even bite into an apple (very sad for a New Englander). Then something ahhhhmazing happened. Nicole took a Myofascial Release seminar with John F. Barnes. Everything clicked. Finally, she could see the light at the end of the tunnel. She was hooked. Two years later she introduced Katie to Myofascial Release and a great friendship was forged! We've really learned so much along the way as we've healed our own pain with Myofascial Release. AND it has been amazing to have a friend to share it with. That's why we created this course. To share with you what we know works and create a community of people who are supportive and can cheer each other on. Yay!

Sherrie Williams

New Feature: Countdown timer and Expiring Landing Pages

Want to create a sense of urgency when selling your Simplero products? Or maybe you just don’t want your simplero sales page available for viewing open endedly but don’t want to delete the page from your account. Simplero has heard your desire and has answered the call with 2 new features! Landing page expiration and a countdown timer.


Now through the advanced settings when creating or editing a landing page you have the option to set a date for your page to expire, or to immediately expire a currently available landing page. With that comes the option to redirect your viewers. Sale for your product over? Then redirect the to an opt-in for an interest list when sales open again.


In the same advanced settings you will see the option to add a countdown timer to your page that will countdown to the time your page is set to expire. This is a great way to let possible buyers know how long they have to decide, reminding them that sales aren’t open forever and they should act now.

Check out our guide for step by step walk through.

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