Under the General tab on the Landing Pages > Settings page is where you can set up your admin notification email if you would like to have an email sent whenever someone signs up on the landing page.
But before you enable and customize your email, you'll want to create your Landing Page Slug. This will be the part of the URL between your domain name and the actual landing page name. For example: mysite.com/landing/landingpagename
Landing Page Design
Under the Design tab, you can customize your landing page.
To customize your type, you can select between using Google fonts and TypeKit.
You can customize the colors of your landing page to match your theme.
To edit the colors, click the color you want to customize. Then you can select or enter the hexadecimal for the color you'd like to use.
If you have custom CSS you'd like to use to customize your Landing page, you can include that in the last section of your Design settings.
Landing Pages allows you to add a widget to the end of each blog post directing your readers to the landing page that you created.
If you want to add this widget to your posts, click the Automatically insert the Landing Page Widget at the end of blog post content box. Then you can select the image you'd like to use for the widget, the landing page your user should be directed to and determine whether or not the landing page should open in a new window. After that, you can customize the style and text for the widget.
Lastly, for the widget, you can create a CSS class to use for your widget and add any custom CSS you'd like to use.
Landing Pages currently has integration with Drip, ConvertKit, Mailchimp and Zapier. You need to have already set up your account prior to integrating with Landing Pages.