2. Getresponse Signup – Create a new account [video]

Last updated on October 31st, 2020 at 08:43 am.

 Getresponse Signup – Create a new account

Video Transcript

Hi, and welcome back.

So in this video, we’re going to create an account if you don’t have one.

And GetResponse is free for a whole month and you’ll get access to all the features.

So if you don’t have an account, you’re going to create one.

Just enter your email, create a password and then sign up.

Or if you already have an account, you can just log in to your account.

So your password needs to have at least six characters, mixed letters and numbers, mix lowercase and uppercase and use special characters.

And then click on Sign Up.

And then you’ll need to go to your email.

The one that you used for signing up, so that you can click on the activation link provided.

If I come to my email, I can click on Activate Your Account and then to activate the free trial, you’ll have to fill in all these details.

And then you’ll click on Activate Trial.

So this is all on you.

You’ll fill in your first name, last name, and then provide your phone number.

And then, this is optional, the company is optional.

You have to give your address, street, city, state.

Just put in your details.

Your country, your website, that’s optional, industry, that’s also optional and if you have a list to import, you can click here.

But just leave this.

Don’t check this.

You’re going to see how we can do this later on.

And then once you filled in, once you filled in all these details, just come down here and click Activate Free Trial.

So I’m going to pause so that I can fill in all these details, purposely to make this video shorter.

So I’ll see you once I’m done in the next step.

After filling in all your details, your GetResponse account will be ready and your free trial has now begun.

So we’ll continue on from here, where we’re going to start learning how to use GetResponse one step at a time.

So I’ll see you in the next video.

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