GetResponse integration with wordpress
GetResponse for WordPress lets you add site visitors to your contact list, update contact information, and add your GetResponse landing pages to your WordPress site as a page.
Use it to track site visits and pass ecommerce data to GetResponse. The plugin helps grow your contact list and ensures you have the contact information and ecommerce data to plan successful marketing campaigns.
Before you begin
Please note that WordPress only allows installing plugins on self-hosted WordPress.org sites.
PHP 5.6 and above (7.2 is recommended)
cURL library installed and loaded
SLL certificate installed and enabled
The list building tools in each of the plugins are available to all users as part of their pricing plan (Basic, Plus, Professional, and Enterprise).
The ecommerce features are available only in Plus, Professional, and Enterprise accounts. For more information on pricing and feature availability, please see the summary of the pricing plans.
Installing the plugin
To start using GetResponse for WordPress, you’ll need to install and activate the plugin and then connect your GetResponse account.
1. Log into your WordPress admin panel. 2. Go to the Plugins menu and click Add new. 3. In the search field, type in GetResponse for WordPress. 4. Once you’ve found it in the search results, click Install Now. When the plugin finishes installing, it will appear in the side menu. 5. To activate the plugin, go to Plugins>>Installed Plugins, locate GetResponse for WordPress, and click Activate. 6. Connect your GetResponse account. Here’s how to do it:
a. Go to the Account tab in the plugin. b. Copy and paste the GetResponse API key you can find in Menu>>Integrations>>API in your GetResponse account. (If you are GetResponse Enterprise client, check the checkbox to confirm you have the Enterprise package, choose your account type, and enter your GetResponse Enterprise domain). c. Click Connect.
Your plugin is now set up and you can start using its features.
The plugin features include:
Encourage people to sign up using all the list-building options and built-in integrations with Contact Form 7, BuddyPress and Ninja Forms:
add GetResponse forms anywhere on your site and to your blog posts,
add an opt-in box to comments and registration forms to add site visitors to your list,
add an opt-in box to Contact Form 7, Ninja Forms and BuddyPressforms.
Add GetResponse landing pages on your WordPress site to:
easily feature new webinar, signup, promotion, download, or sales-focused pages,
use popup, exit popup, and fixed bar forms on the pages to get more signups,
run A/B tests to ensure your page design is optimized for conversions,
easily publish landing pages under your WordPress domain as a subpage,
add contacts without any 3rd party integrations directly after they sign up from one of your landing pages.
WOOCOMMERCE – ADD CONTACTS AND COLLECT ECOMMERCE DATA
The built-in integration with WooCommerce lets you add customers to your contact list and send ecommerce data to GetResponse. Here’s what you can do with it:
grow your list by adding customers at checkout,
export customer list to GetResponse (this option allows you to export custom fields and purchase history),
collect information about customer spending habits, products, purchases made, and shopping carts.
WEB EVENT TRACKING
GetResponse for WordPress lets you track visits to your site. Create workflows based on URLs visited. Use advanced search options to identify people who recently visited your site. You can create custom filters and plan your mailings.