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Drift + Amazon SQS Integrations

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About Drift

Drift is a messaging tool that allows businesses to communicate with website visitors and consumers in real-time and from any location.

About Amazon SQS

Amazon SQS is a fully managed message queuing service. It offers reliable, highly scalable, reliable messaging and transaction processing that lets you decouple tasks or processes that must communicate.

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Connect Drift + Amazon SQS in easier way

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    Triggers
  • New Message

    Triggers each time when a new message in a conversation is received.

  • New Queue

    Triggers when you add a new queue

    Actions
  • Create or Update Contact From External

    Create or update a contact.

  • Update Known Contact

    Updates an existing contact.

  • Create JSON Message

    Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger

  • Create Message

    Create a new message.

  • Create Queue

    Create a new queue

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How Drift & Amazon SQS Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Drift 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 Amazon SQS 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 Drift to Amazon SQS.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Drift and Amazon SQS

  • Drift?
  • (1. A software company that allows users to design marketing campaigns and then sends personalized email, SMS and Social media messages.

    (2. It’s a marketing automation platform for businesses.

  • Amazon SQS?
  • (1. A web service for sending and receiving messages, called messages queues or simply queues.

    Amazon Web Services (AWS. is a subsidiary of Amazon.com that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies and governments, on a paid subscription basis.

  • Integration of Drift and Amazon SQS
  • (1. Integration supports two-way communication between Drift and Amazon SQS. Users can define commercial rules that automatically route events into the appropriate segments in Amazon SQS. Upon integration, users have the ability to redirect events into individual topics based on tags or user attributes. Marketing Automation Software helps marketers to increase conversions by automating their marketing efforts. Marketing automation includes email marketing, lead generation, social media, landing pages, analytics, mobile marketing, website personalization, customer segmentation, etc., which are carried out by software programs. For example, when a user signs up for a site using Drift's integration with Amazon S3, the user's details will be stored in an Amazon S3 bucket, data will be automatically retrieved from the bucket by Drift, and then added to the user's profile. Once these steps are completed, the user is added to the list of leads that could receive future campaign emails.

    (2. To use this integration between Drift and Amazon SQS, you need to fplow the fplowing steps:

    (a. Create an API Key for your AWS account by fplowing the instructions here. This API key will allow you to send requests to your API endpoint. API keys are issued per API endpoint; therefore if you have multiple API endpoints you will need to create API Keys for each API endpoint. API Keys are tied to an AWS customer account; therefore API Keys for one AWS Customer account cannot be used in another AWS Customer account. We recommend that you use API Keys with IAM user rpes rather than IAM users. For more information about how to do this, see Using IAM Rpes for API Access in the AWS Identity and Access Management User Guide. We recommend that you create an IAM user with limited access rights to your AWS account. For more information about how to do this, see Getting Started in the IAM User Guide. You can also use API Keys for manually testing API calls without using IAM users or IAM rpes when you are developing your application. Once you finish testing your application you should switch to using IAM users or IAM rpes in order to secure your API access keys.

    (b. Create an API endpoint in your AWS account. For instructions on how to create an API endpoint in your AWS account, see Creating an API Endpoint in the AWS API Gateway Developer Guide. Ensure that you create a new API endpoint for each AWS region where you plan to run Drift campaigns.

    (c. Create a topic in Amazon SQS for each Drift campaign that you want to manage using this integration between Drift and Amazon SQS. For instructions on how to create a topic in Amazon SQS, see Creating a Topic in the Amazon Simple Queue Service Developer Guide. In order to create a topic, you will need to provide a name for the topic and a description of what data will be contained in it. You must also specify the queue behavior for this topic as either FIFO (first-in first-out. or LIFO (last-in first-out. By default, new topics will be created as FIFO topics unless you specify otherwise during topic creation. If the topic is created as a FIFO topic then new events will be added to the bottom of the topic as they arrive from the source system instead of being added at the top of the topic as they arrive from the source system. In some cases it may be necessary to have some events added to the top of a topic as they arrive from the source system so that those events can be processed sooner by downstream services such as Lambda functions and CloudWatch events rules. Our recommendation is that you use FIFO only if there is no value in processing events at different points in time within your topic and with LIFO unless your use case requires processing events at different points in time within your topic.

    For example, let’s say that you want to start sending leads created via Drift (which is an event. into a topic called leads for further processing (such as adding tags. First, create a ppicy called “drift-to-amazon-sqs” with permissions appropriate for writing data into your leads topic (for more information about creating ppicies see Manage Permissions for an API. Then call “POST” with that ppicy as part of an HTTP request to create a new API endpoint with permissions appropriate for writing data into your leads topic. After your new API endpoint has been created, call “POST” with that new API endpoint as part of an HTTP request to create a new topic named leads with permissions appropriate for writing data into your leads topic (see Creating a Topic in the Amazon Simple Queue Service Developer Guide for more information about creating topics. Finally call “POST” with that new topic as part of an HTTP request to publish events into your leads topic (see Publishing Messages in the Amazon Simple Queue Service Developer Guide for more information about publishing events. We recommend that you use FIFO only if there is no value in processing events at different points in time within your topic and with LIFO unless your use case requires processing events at different points in time within your topic. The fplowing are some common conditions under which it may make sense to process events at different points in time within your topic. When data enqueued into your topic generates email notifications that are sent out over time based on rules that process enqueued data at different points in time within your topic. For example, if you have rules that send out notifications initially after 3 days but also after 1 week then it makes sense maintain two separate lists of enqueued events so that you can process these enqueued events at different points in time within your topic so that all resulting email notifications are sent out at the appropriate times. When data enqueued into your topic generates reports that are produced over time based on rules that process enqueued data at different points in time within your topic. For example, if you have rules that generate reports initially after 1 day but also after 2 weeks then it makes sense maintain two separate lists of enqueued events so that you can process these enqueued events at different points in time within your topic so that all resulting reports are produced at the appropriate times. When data enqueued into your topic generates notifications using SNS topics where it makes sense to process some of this enqueued data earlier than other enqueued data within your message type by publishing notifications into one or more SNS topics that are configured to trigger based on specific points in time within an SNS topic’s message retention period (for more information about configuring SNS topics see Configuring Delivery Options When Publishing Messages. When data enqueued into your topic generates logs which are produced by Lambda functions or CloudWatch Events rules where it makes sense to process some of this enqueued data earlier than other enqueued data within your message type by executing Lambda functions or CloudWatch Events rules based on specific points in time within Lambda function or CloudWatch Event rule logs or metrics retention periods (for more information about configuring Lambda functions or CloudWatch Events rules see Configuring Event Rules.

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