Activecampaign recently released two new email list integrations with its form and landing page partners, typeform and unbounce. These powerful integrations connect the robust capabilities of these form creation tools directly to activecampaign's dynamic platform. We have created 13 automated recipe templates to help you get started with these form integrations. With these automated recipes, you can:send welcome series create transactions and enhance crm processing product orders perform quizzes and event follow-ups collect feedback manage the survey release gate content and special offers generate leads and learn more about contacts with unbounce's native "Variants" feature, you can see what works best for a / b testing forms, gated content, and even other aspects of marketing.
Continue reading for more information on the new form integration automation recipe. Form integration: submit a welcome email seriesform integration: segmented welcome email form integration: add transactions form integration: add segmented transactions form email list integration: submit a special offer registration formform integration: gated content delivery form integration: follow-up on feedback form submissionform integration: event rsvp follow-up email form integration: quiz follow-up email form integration: processing orders from forms unbounce: welcome series based on form variantsambounce: test gate content variants ambounce: test form variations 1.
Form integration: send a welcome email serieswelcome to email list seurgxgulform integration send a series of welcome emails to your new contacts to introduce your brand and start building relationships. When a contact subscribes via an integrated form such as a typeform form, jotform form, or unbounce form, this automation sends a welcome email series over several days. The welcome mail series is a series of messages sent to new list subscribers. Welcome emails have a higher open rate than any other marketing email. This is because the contact expects you to contact you. The welcome mail sequence can (and should): share information to help your