How does the Squeeze Page Toolkit work with GetResponse?
Once the toolkit has access to your GetResponse account, it will allow you to automatically add contacts to the ‘Campaigns‘ section of GetResponse.
How do I set up GetResponse with the toolkit?
- Tell the toolkit your GetResponse API details, which allows the toolkit to talk to GetResponse automatically.
- Create an ActionSet, which is where you choose which Campaign you want the visitor added to when they enter their details.
- Then you can create a squeeze page using the editor. When you add an opt-in form, choose which ActionSet you want to use for that opt-in form.
1) Finding the GetResponse API details and getting the toolkit talking to GetResponse
a) The GetResponse documentation takes you through finding and generating your API details.
b) Once you have your API key, you need to enter your API key (e.g. dce633d6f327d0f0023b970bc28d594d) into the toolkit integration page for GetResponse.
c) Then click ‘Save Details‘.
2) Creating an ActionSet for a GetResponse Webform
a) Specify a name for the ActionSet, this can be anything you like.
b) Choose the GetResponse integration, and then choose which Campaign you want to send the visitor’s data to. You can see what Campaigns you have in Get Response here, as well as editing and add campaigns. Campaigns in GetResponse are fundamentally like ‘Lists’ of contacts. This is where you start before setting up email autoresponders.
c) Then click ‘Save Details‘ once you’ve chosen a campaign.
Important Note: GetResponse requires both name and email address as a minimum. If you’d like other fields to be supported with the GetResponse integration, please contact support so that we can add it to our feature suggestions list.
d) Once you’ve saved the ActionSet, you can use it within your landing page or squeeze page.