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#1 csnow

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Posted 21 January 2020 - 10:31 PM

Wow am I about to get my feet wet. I just signed up for getresponse and i must admit as i am totally lost. Of course i was trying to follow the training video how to set everything up and wouldn't you know it home page was totally different than what was being used in the video. To make things even worst I can't even find where to add a campaign any help would be greatly appreciated.

 


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#2 weblord

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Posted 22 January 2020 - 02:13 PM

you may search on youtube how to set up campaign for getresponse

here's some sample

Wow am I about to get my feet wet. I just signed up for getresponse and i must admit as i am totally lost. Of course i was trying to follow the training video how to set everything up and wouldn't you know it home page was totally different than what was being used in the video. To make things even worst I can't even find where to add a campaign any help would be greatly appreciated.

 


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#3 davepilgrim

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Posted 12 February 2020 - 03:55 PM

GetResponse is the main autoresponder I use so I may be able to help. Rather than post a long, detailed and probably confusing reply, I can try to give you a few step-by-step pointers.

 

The first thing you'll want to do is create a list... click on the option top-centre of the page, then hit the blue button 'Create List'.

 

Once you've got a list which you can add your subscribers to, expand the menu (top-left) and select 'Autoresponders' then create your first autoresponder - to go out 'Day 0' (i.e. as soon as someone signs up)

 

You can then build your capture form or, the easiest option, a landing page using one of the many pre-built templates.

 

Hopefully, that's enough to get you started and on the right track - any questions, feel free to ask


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Posted 14 February 2020 - 02:14 PM

I hope your getresponse is all set up, just come back here and give us feedbacks about it.

Wow am I about to get my feet wet. I just signed up for getresponse and i must admit as i am totally lost. Of course i was trying to follow the training video how to set everything up and wouldn't you know it home page was totally different than what was being used in the video. To make things even worst I can't even find where to add a campaign any help would be greatly appreciated.

 


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#5 Donnie Ellis

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Posted 21 February 2020 - 03:22 AM

I use Get Response too and I really like it.  One of the things that I have found is the online chat support is absolutely great.  Every time I run into difficulties I hit the chat button.  It doesn't take long to get any issue resolved.

 

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#6 Med

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Posted 03 April 2020 - 05:09 PM

New to autoresponders? well ,just name your list and set up your follow up emails in that list!the number 0 is for preloged contacts,or your welcome email and then 1 2 3 .. are your follow up emails.


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#7 Rampokker

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Posted 24 April 2020 - 05:48 AM

Can you please tell me way to get a free autoresponder?

 

 

I have just started testing out the free level of Sendsteed http://trckapp.com/sendsteed 

 

As a free member you can send one instant welcome message, and you can broadcast to all your subscribers.  But you have to upgrade to set op automated follow up messages.

 

Still not bad for free product though.


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#8 davepilgrim

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Posted 03 May 2020 - 05:45 PM

Mailchimp is free as long as you have less than 2,000 followers... sounds great, right? Trouble is, their T&Cs won't let you advertise advertise affiliate links!

I got banned from there as I didn't read the terms lol


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#9 Vilmarketing

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Posted 02 July 2020 - 12:31 AM

Sendsteed is great I have used it in the past. I would always recommend it for those looking to get their feet wet. Currently, I'm using ICB autoresponder which is great because it was designed by network marketers for network marketers.


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