GetResponse is a powerful tool to send emails, create and manage mailing lists, send newsletters and automated campaigns, automate your marketing and track your email results.
Whether it’s email marketing campaigns, landing pages, or an automated sales funnel, GetResponse gives you everything you need to communicate with your audience and grow your business.
Set up your GetResponse Account
2. Create your lists in GetResponse. We advise creating separate Lists for Registered Users and separate for Leads in your GetResponse account.
Learnworlds lets you sync to GetResponse, two distinct LearnWorlds groups:
- Registered Users
For that reason, it provides you with the option to sync them to different GetResponse lists.
Connect your GetResponse Account
You need to authorize LearnWorlds to connect to your Getresponse account.
1. Click on Settings → Integrations → Email marketing.
2. Choose GetResponse and check the Activate box.
3. Click on Connect to GetResponse. You will get redirected to your GetResponse account (logged in).
4. Return to your LearnWorlds school.
Add Custom Fields in your GetResponse List
You can add fields/tags to your Get Response List, so LearnWorlds will send even more data to your list. This depends on what data you wish to send from LearnWorlds, and it can regard your two distinct LearnWorlds groups: Registered Users and Leads.
A. Registered Users Custom Fields
There are multiple available custom fields in LearnWorlds under 3 main categories:
- General (populated as a result of the user activity).
- Custom Sign-Up fields (collected upon user registration).
- UTM parameters
B. Leads Custom Fields
LearnWorlds allows syncing the information set for each Lead with GetResponse. This information is a mix of activity and systemic fields, populated as a result of the lead’s activity while subscribing from within a Get Email section or widget.
To sync any of these fields, you must first create the corresponding custom fields in the selected lists to sync your Users and Leads with GetResponse. Follow the guide here on how to add these fields to your GetResponse lists.
Note: New custom fields/merge tags will appear in GetResponse after creating Custom Sign-up fields in LearnWorlds and after tags are derived from a GetEmail section or widget.
Select your Get Response Lists
In the scenario, you created two separate Lists in your GetResponse account, one for the Registered Users & one for the Leads you can select the relevant GetResponse lists in LearnWorlds.
-If you add users via an excel file in LearnWorlds, then the new contacts are created in GetResponse with the relevant fields and tags.
-If you update users via an excel file in LearnWorlds, then no fields are updated or tags added in GetRepsonse.
-If users already had tags before the first sync, then the user tags will not be synced with your GetResponse account.
Sync lists to GetResponse
As long as you set up everything, both in the GetReponse and in your LearnWorlds school, you can click to sync your existing contacts.
Synchronizing your lists to Getresponse is recommended only for the first time you set up the Getresponse integration (this action may take some time to complete).
After the first sync, all contacts added either manually from the admin (owner) in LearnWorlds, the API, or Zapier will be synced automatically.
Use the Update Lists button every time you need to make available the latest list changes in LearnWorlds.
You can send specific tags in GetResponse when a user (or you, on behalf of the user) performs an action in LearnWorlds. Auto-tagging is available for the following actions:
- User enrolls in a product: A product can be any Course (paid, free, etc.), Bundle, Payment Plan (Installment), or Subscription. This action will also be triggered by manual enrollments.
- User previews a free section of a Paid course.
- User is awarded a certificate.
- User completes a course.
- User purchases a product (paying customer): The lw-paying-customer tag is applied to any user who has purchased at least one course, and the tag is added only once.
- A tag is added to the user.
You can review the terminology mentioned in the GetResponse glossary.