Mailchimp makes it easy to sell stuff online, even if you don’t have an e-commerce store. Our website and commerce tools give you everything you need to launch your business, including a custom domain.
Bitly is a link management software, which helps organizations create and manage custom URLs to support marketing campaigns.Bitly Integrations
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Triggers when a new customers is created or sent.
Triggers when a new Orders is created or sent
Triggers when a new Products is created or sent
Trigger when you create a New Bitlink.
Creates a Customers draft
Creates a custom Order for an existing
Creates a Product draft
Saves a Bitlink to your user history in Bitly. Returns a shortened URL.
MailChimp is an email marketing service, which is used by more than 10 million customers to send more than 1 billion emails every day. Their core function is sending email campaigns.
MailChimp was founded in 2001 by Ben Chestnut, Dan Kurzius and Hugh MacLeod. The company headquarters are located in the U.S. state of Georgia. MailChimp has offices in the U.S., Argentina, Brazil, Netherlands, UK, Germany, Spain, France, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sweden, Ireland, Ppand and India.
MailChimp can be used to create informational emails, transactional emails or marketing emails. It supports HTML templates with a WYSIWYG editor.
MailChimp has integrated many features into its product. These features include social media integrations, Facebook applications, landing pages, offline support through SMS, Google Analytics for Campaigns tracking and list segmentation.
The company is known for its monkey logo, with the name “Mailchimp” being a portmanteau of “Mail” and “Chimp”. The monkey logo is also associated with the term “Mailchimping”, which refers to using the service to send emails to an individual or business that one does not have consent from the recipient to send emails to. The term was popularized on TechCrunch after TechCrunch co-founder Michael Arrington used MailChimp to send an email newsletter to the entire TechCrunch mailing list without permission. The TechCrunch mailing list was very large at the time and Arrington received complaints from subscribers who were unhappy and/or confused about receiving the email newsletter from a list that they never signed up for or agreed to receive email newsletters from. This incident led to greater public awareness of the functionality and use of MailChimp as well as discussions regarding spam and privacy concerns related to its use.
Bitly (formerly Bit.ly. is a link shortening service headquartered in New York City founded by Jonathan Littman and Mark Josephson in 2008. Bitly provides data on statistics such as clicks and impressions for shortened links. Bitly competes with other link-shortening services such as Ow.ly and snipURL and with social media sites such as Twitter that also incorporate link shortening.
Bitly offers a freemium model that includes a free plan that limits the number of links created per month as well as a paid Pro account option that allows for an unlimited number of links as well as additional features such as analytics and enterprise options.
In 2015, Bitly became a whply owned subsidiary of XO Group Inc., fplowing XO’s acquisition of Bitly from Betaworks for $50 million USD. In April 2016, Bitly laid off an undisclosed number of employees citing a shift towards selling enterprise products over individual consumer products that was a result of XO’s acquisition of Bitly. In January 2017, XOXCO acquired Bitly from XO Group Inc. for an undisclosed sum.
Integrating Bitly and MailChimp Ecommerce will make it easier for users to create shortened links for their ecommerce content. It will enable users to shorten links from Bitly directly from their dashboard in MailChimp Ecommerce. This will allow users to save time by reducing the number of times that they have to switch between different programs or tabs during a campaign creation process.
This integration will also cut down on the amount of time that it takes to create a campaign in MailChimp Ecommerce because users will no longer have to copy and paste the content from another program into their MailChimp Ecommerce dashboard. Users will simply have to click on a button to shorten a link from Bitly and paste it into the corresponding field in their MailChimp Ecommerce dashboard. This will reduce steps in the campaign creation process as well as decrease the number of times that users must copy and paste information between tabs and programs when creating campaigns in MailChimp Ecommerce.
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