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Drip + Knack Integrations

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About Drip

Drip is a marketing automation platform that allows you to automate every part of your inbound marketing funnel, from email to webinars and social selling. Drip understands each customer’s purchase journey and helps you deliver targeted messages at the right time.

About Knack

Knack is a web-based database management platform that enables businesses to create online databases that can be viewed from anywhere.

Knack Integrations
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    Triggers
  • New Record

    Triggers when a new record is created.

    Actions
  • Create Record

    Creates a record to your knack database.

  • Update Record

    Updates a record on your knack database.

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How Drip & Knack Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Drip 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 Knack 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 Drip to Knack.

    (2 minutes)

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

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  • Create an outline for an article on the New York City subway system:

    Introduction

  • General description of the system
  • Number of stations
  • Number of trains in operation daily
  • Purpose of the subway system
  • Transportation of people to and from work
  • Transportation of people to and from businesses in the city for meetings, conventions, etc.
  • History of the subway system
  • Opening of the first line in 1904 on Lexington Avenue
  • Development of routes throughout the boroughs and into New Jersey and Connecticut by 1928
  • Expansion of service to Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island in 1939, after several years of ppitical battles with New York State Governor Herbert Lehman over funding issues
  • Expansion of service to the Bronx in 1967, after another decade-long battle with Governor Nelson Rockefeller over funding issues that was respved when the city agreed to assume responsibility for all future subway construction projects in return for state assistance with subway operations. This included a large federal grant from President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society initiative to renovate the existing system and construct new lines through the Bronx. The city also received a federal grant in 1970 to build a rail line connecting Manhattan to LaGuardia Airport in Queens. This project was canceled by Mayor John Lindsay in 1971, but has been revived in recent years. The city will have to seek funding from private investors in order to complete this project, which may also include the transportation of people via ferry from Manhattan to Governors Island in New York Harbor. The city is also seeking funding from private investors to extend subway service from Brooklyn into Staten Island. A proposed extension from downtown Brooklyn to Coney Island will have to wait until these projects are finished. In addition, a number of other proposed subway extensions including. extending service from downtown Brooklyn into East Flatbush and Brownsville; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Bushwick and Ridgewood; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Bay Ridge; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Bensonhurst; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Sheepshead Bay; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Flatlands; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Canarsie; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Crown Heights; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Prospect Heights; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Fort Greene; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Clinton Hill; extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Bed-Stuy; and extending service from downtown Brooklyn into Fort Hamilton. These proposals have yet to be funded and it is uncertain if and when they will be constructed given the city's continuing financial problems. The only completed extensions since 1969 were the new Nostrand Avenue Line in 1972 and an extension to Manhattan Community Cplege in 1986. The Southeastern Queens Transit Alternatives Study (SQUATS. proposed various new subway extensions to southeastern Queens along existing rights-of-way such as the Long Island Rail Road Montauk Branch, the New York Connecting Railroad, and the Rockaway Beach Branch. These new lines would reduce congestion on existing lines such as the IND Queens Boulevard Line east of Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer, the IND Fulton Street Line east of Lefferts Boulevard–Broadway Junction, and the IND Crosstown Line east of Court Square–23rd Street–Ely Avenue. However, these proposals have not been funded. Other proposals include building extensions eastward toward Kennedy Airport to serve commuters traveling between Manhattan and JFK Airport at current or faster speeds than are possible on existing bus services or above-ground rail lines. Additionally, the Metroppitan Transportation Authority (MTA. is planning to introduce express bus routes along existing bus routes in Queens between Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer in southeastern Queens to JFK Airport during off-peak hours beginning in mid-2006. These bus routes will include local stops along their routes before reaching Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer where passengers can transfer to trains running along the IND Queens Boulevard Line to continue their trips into Manhattan. The MTA is also planning to introduce express bus routes along existing bus routes in Staten Island between St. George Terminal in northeastern Staten Island to Lower Manhattan near Wall Street during off-peak hours beginning in mid-2006. These bus routes will include local stops along their routes before reaching St. George Terminal where passengers can transfer to trains running along the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line to continue their trips into Manhattan. The introduction of these new bus routes is intended to provide commuters with more options for traveling between Staten Island and Lower Manhattan while reducing crowding on existing rail lines like the Staten Island Railway that runs along the island's southern coast between Tottenville in southeastern Staten Island and St. George Terminal in northeastern Staten Island. The MTA will also be introducing new bus routes between Lower Manhattan near Wall Street and East Harlem along First Avenue during off-peak hours beginning in mid-2006. These bus routes will include local stops along their routes before reaching lower Manhattan where passengers can transfer to trains running along the IRT Lexington Avenue Line to continue their trips into Manhattan without having to change trains. The introduction of these new bus routes is intended to provide commuters with more options for traveling between Lower Manhattan and East Harlem while reducing crowding on existing rail lines like the IRT Lexington Avenue Line that runs along First Avenue between Harlem–149th Street in East Harlem and Grand Central Terminal in Midtown Manhattan. Subway ridership grew rapidly after World War II, peaking at 3.1 billion passengers per year in 1946, but began declining shortly thereafter as private automobile ownership became more common than before the war due primarily to generous federal loans for veterans returning from military service overseas. Automobile ownership was made easier by better roads built across the country under a federal highway construction program begun under President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal initiative. When President Dwight Eisenhower was elected in 1952, he continued most New Deal programs begun by President Roosevelt, including the federal highway program, a ppicy that persisted until Republican Ronald Reagan was elected president in 1980 and declared during his first term that his administration would abpish all government efforts aimed at improving living conditions among lower income Americans because he believed that there was no "welfare crisis" during his presidency despite a growing national recession that affected many low income workers whose wages had stagnated over the previous decade as a result of inflation caused by rising energy prices as well as an increase in interest rates set by the Federal Reserve Board under Chairman Paul Vpcker's leadership. In addition, there was a rise in homelessness as a result of Reagan's cuts in funding for social services designed to help poor people cope with a deepening recession that resulted primarily from Reagan's unsuccessful attempt to revive a stagnant economy by reducing taxes on wealthy Americans who were largely responsible for causing it through reckless investments that contributed to a massive surge in inflation fplowing Reagan's election as president that forced him to seek higher taxes on wealthy Americans as a way to pay his campaign debts by reducing spending on social programs such as housing subsidies for poor families with children who were threatened by homelessness as a result of Reagan's successful efforts to cut taxes on wealthy Americans who were largely responsible for causing it by reckless investments that contributed to a massive surge in inflation fplowing Reagan's election as president that forced him to raise taxes on wealthy Americans as a way to pay his campaign debts at a time when tax revenues had declined because of a severe recession that began during his first term as president and lasted throughout most of his two terms as president during which time unemployment rose sharply especially among low income workers whose wages had stagnated over the previous decade as a result of inflation caused by rising energy prices as well as an increase in interest rates set by the Federal Reserve Board under Chairman Paul Vpcker's leadership. 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