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18-Jul-2012, 09:04 AM #1
Creating a sign up form on a facebook prage
Hi there.

Firstly sorry if this is in the wrong forum.

I was just wondering if anyone knows how to effectively put a sign up form onto a facebook page tab for datacollection. And would it be possible to explain where the information goes to so I am able to use their contact details to send information back to them.

Thank you
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18-Jul-2012, 01:20 PM #2
A "sign-up form" for what? You can't insert your own web page code into a Facebook site. If you want to create your own website completely separate from Facebook, you can do whatever you want. I suggest you hire a professional web developer.
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19-Jul-2012, 02:06 AM #3
Do you mean a newsletter signup form, or another type of subscription? If so, it's very easy to create and embed a form like that using 123ContactForm application for Facebook - you can create the form on their main site (it takes just minutes) and then use the FB application to create a new tab onto your page and publish the form.

The data users enter will be emailed to you, at the address of your choice (make sure you've entered it in your form's settings wizard). Subsequently, the data gets stored into a dedicated repository of your account.

Hope this helps!
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19-Jul-2012, 05:32 AM #4
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