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Amazon EC2 + SharpSpring Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Amazon EC2 and SharpSpring

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About Amazon EC2

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service provides secure, reliable, scalable, and low-cost computational resources. It gives developers the tools to build virtually any web-scale application.

About SharpSpring

SharpSpring is a cost-effective marketing solution for small businesses and marketing firms. It aids organizations in generating more leads, converting those leads into sales, and maximizing their marketing ROI.

SharpSpring Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Amazon EC2 + SharpSpring

  • Amazon EC2 SharpSpring

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    Create Campaign to SharpSpring from New Scheduled Event in Amazon EC2 Read More...
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    Create Lead to SharpSpring from New Scheduled Event in Amazon EC2 Read More...
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  • Amazon EC2 SharpSpring

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    Create Account to SharpSpring from New Scheduled Event in Amazon EC2 Read More...
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  • Amazon EC2 SharpSpring

    Amazon EC2 + SharpSpring

    Create Opportunity to SharpSpring from New Scheduled Event in Amazon EC2 Read More...
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    SharpSpring Create Opportunity
  • Amazon EC2 SharpSpring

    Amazon EC2 + SharpSpring

    Update Opportunity in SharpSpring when New Scheduled Event is created in Amazon EC2 Read More...
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    SharpSpring Update Opportunity
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Connect Amazon EC2 + SharpSpring in easier way

It's easy to connect Amazon EC2 + SharpSpring without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Instance

    Triggers when a new instance is created.

  • New Scheduled Event

    Triggers when a new event is scheduled for one of your instances.

  • New Account

    A new Account is created in SharpSpring.

  • New Lead

    When a lead has been created in sharpspring.

  • New Opportunity

    A new Opportunity is created in SharpSpring.

    Actions
  • Start Stop or Reboot Instance

    Start Stop or Reboot Instance

  • Create Account

    Create an Account in SharpSpring.

  • Create Campaign

    Create a new Campaign in SharpSpring.

  • Create Lead

    Create a Lead in SharpSpring.

  • Create Opportunity

    Create Opportunity in SharpSpring. You can optionally create a campaign and account with the opportunity by specifying a "new associated campaign" or a "new associated account".

  • Update Lead

    Update a Lead in SharpSpring.

  • Update Opportunity

    Update a opportunity

How Amazon EC2 & SharpSpring Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon EC2 as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick SharpSpring as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Amazon EC2 to SharpSpring.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon EC2 and SharpSpring

Amazon EC2 is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud.

Amazon EC2 enables you to launch as many instances of an application as you want and pay only for the compute capacity that you use.

Amazon EC2 makes computing easier and more cost effective.

SharpSpring is a cloud-based marketing automation platform that helps organizations increase ROI through better campaigns and more targeted communication.

You can build custom autoresponder campaigns (e.g., thank-you, welcome, and birthday. with email templates, send HTML and plain text emails, and track engagement using SharpSpring’s analytics.

Other features include. lead management, landing page builder, email list management, and campaign tracking.

Integration of Amazon EC2 and SharpSpring

Integration of Amazon EC2 and SharpSpring with Autoresponders

Autoresponders are an indispensable top for building relationships with your customers. They allow you to send targeted emails based on specific events such as a customer’s purchase of a product or a visitor’s first visit to your website. The messages sent by autoresponders can be personalized, allowing you to deliver a customized experience to each customer.

The integration of Amazon EC2 and SharpSpring allows you to create flexible autoresponder campaigns that can be tailored to your customers’ needs. For example, you can use autoresponders to create campaigns designed to thank your customers for their recent purchase. Using Amazon EC2 as your infrastructure provider means that you no longer need to worry about server maintenance or data storage. You can instead focus on creating effective autoresponder campaigns.

Features of Autoresponders

An autoresponder is an email application that allows you to send a series of emails based on the recipient’s behavior. To do this, the application cplects information about the recipient through “triggers” which may include actions such as opening an email or visiting a website. Using the information gathered by triggers, the autoresponder sends emails at predetermined intervals or times. This allows you to build a relationship with your customers and increase your brand recognition.

How Are Autoresponders Used

Using autoresponders is simple and straightforward. Examples of how autoresponders can be used include:

Welcome Emails – Welcome emails are sent when a new customer visits your website for the first time. These emails aim to introduce the new customer to your business and provide him/her with important instructions for future use. For instance, these emails may include instructions for activating an account or downloading files from your website. Welcome emails may also address any questions that the customer may have about using your products or services.

Purchase Emails – Purchase emails are used when customers make purchases. Typical purchase emails include order confirmation and shipment delivery notices. Some businesses also use purchase emails to promote related products when relevant. For example, if a customer purchased one item from a clothing website, they may be sent an email with information about other clothing items that match his/her previous order. Purchase emails are also commonly used as receipts for products or services purchased online. These receipts are typically sent immediately after a purchase has been made or sent within 24 hours of the purchase date.

Referral Emails – Referral emails are sent when someone refers another person to your business. This type of email notifies the referrer that their referral has signed up for an account or made a purchase with your business. By sending these emails, you can encourage people to refer others to your business because they will have the assurance that their referrals will be recognized with gratitude. Referral campaigns also allow you to quantify the number of referrals being made so that you can reward top referrers and encourage more referrals being made in the future. Reward programs can be achieved through newsletters or exclusive access to discounts, gifts, or coupons for future purchases.

Thank You Emails – Thank you emails are sent when customers make their first purchase or when existing customers make repeat purchases from you. A thank you email acknowledges the customer’s loyalty and encourages them to continue making purchases with your business in the future. Thank you emails are especially beneficial during hpiday seasons when most businesses see an influx of purchases due to increased consumer spending during the hpidays. Thank you emails are also commonly sent when a customer contacts your business with a question or concern so that they will know they have been recognized for their interest in your business. In addition, thank you emails are useful for re-confirming current address information or informing customers about upcoming events such as sales or special promotions.Thank you emails may also be used as part of an incentive program that rewards customers who refer friends or relatives to your business.

Lead Nurturing – Lead nurturing is used when customers enter information into signup forms on your website or register for an account with your business. Lead nurturing is most commonly used as part of a lead generation campaign where potential customers are encouraged to fill out contact information so that they can receive more information about products and services available at your business. Lead nurturing is also used on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook so that potential customers can fplow companies for updates on new products and services in order to stay informed about new developments related to their interests in your company’s products.

Re-Engagement Emails – Re-engagement emails are sent when customers do not make any purchases after making one or more purchases previously. This type of email aims to remind customers why they should continue doing business with your company so that they will continue making additional purchases in the future. Re-engagement emails can be used on customers who were previously referred by another customer but did not make any purchases while they were referred by their friend or relative. In this situation, re-engagement emails can be used to remind them why they were referred in the first place so that they will make another purchase in the future. Re-engagement can also be used on past customers who were not given enough time with no activity before being unsubscribed from your email list so that they will become active again in the future. Re-engagement emails must be well crafted in order to effectively re-engage past customers so that you can ensure their continued patronage in the future.

B2B Offers – B2B offers are generally sent by companies who sell products or services aimed at businesses rather than consumers. B2B offers often contain content aimed at raising awareness about their products among their target audience through blog posts, white papers, videos, eBooks, etc. However, B2B offers are not always sent directly to potential customers; sometimes they are sent to current clients as well so that these clients can share what they learned with others in their organization who may also benefit from buying similar products and services from the same company in the future. For example, a company that sells online accounting software may send whitepapers about how their software works to clients who have previously purchased their accounting software in order to raise awareness about their products among employees who do not currently use their software but may benefit from it in the future because of changes introduced by a new management team at work who would rather use this kind of software than another for generating reports for management at their company headquarters.

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