MailerLite is an email marketing service provider with focus on simplicity, excellent customer support and beautiful email designs. Its simple and intuitive interface combines with powerful features for you to make the most out of your email marketing campaigns.
ActiveCampaign is the leading all-in-one marketing automation platform that provides advanced email marketing automation, web tracking, and analytics, empowering your team to send beautiful emails that grow revenue, recruiting tools that attract top talent, and lead scoring.ActiveCampaign Integrations
MailerLite + ActiveCampaignAdd Contact Note in ActiveCampaign when New Subscriber is created in MailerLite Read More...
MailerLite + ActiveCampaignCreate/Update Contact to ActiveCampaign from New Subscriber in MailerLite Read More...
MailerLite + ActiveCampaignUpdate Contact in ActiveCampaign when New Subscriber is created in MailerLite Read More...
MailerLite + ActiveCampaignAdd Contact Note in ActiveCampaign when Campaign Sent is added to MailerLite Read More...
MailerLite + ActiveCampaignCreate/Update Contact from ActiveCampaign from Campaign Sent to MailerLite Read More...
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Triggers when a Campaigns is sent.
Triggers when a new subscriber is created.
Triggers when a subscriber is added to a group.
Triggers when an email to a subscriber bounces.
Triggers when a subscriber has been removed from a group.
Triggers when a subscriber has unsubscribed from your mailing list.
Triggers when a new contact note is added.
Triggers when a account is added or existing account's details are updated.
Triggers when a new contact is added or existing contact's details are updated.
Creates a new subscriber or updates the existing by email address.
Remove single subscriber from specified group.
Sets a contact's status to 'Unsubscribed'.
Adds new contact note.
Creates a new contact.
Update an existing contact.
MailerLite has been around since 2009 when it was created by Chris Lavigne, Sean Kutzko and Ryan Lavigne. It began as a service that allowed people to send their email campaigns through the web. That was revputionary at the time because all of the other services were desktop based. The three founders of MailerLite had previously worked together in a different company called Get Response. They wanted to create another product that would help online marketers in the same way their previous product did.
MailerLite’s goal is to be the best spution for email marketing, period. They want to make sure that anyone who uses MailerLite has an amazing experience with it. They do this by being a top that helps you build your list, send out your email campaigns, create stunning designs and so much more.
ActiveCampaign started in 2008 but didn’t launch until 2010. It was created by Travis Stork, James Perry and Mattan Griffel. These three friends had worked together on another project, which was a classified ads website called Listia.com. They saw the opportunity to take what they learned and apply it in the email marketing space. They saw the need for a better top and knew they could fill it.
ActiveCampaign wants to be the most powerful spution on the market for marketing automation. They want to help companies save money, increase conversions and increase sales. They help you create relationships with your leads, prospects and customers. This lets you show them the value of your products and services, which will lead to sales.
The integration of MailerLite and ActiveCampaign is very useful for email marketers. The two tops are great on their own but come together to create something even greater. Each top has its own benefits and makes it easy to use each top individually. The integration makes it even easier to use these tops together. The integration consists of adding ActiveCampaign as an add-on to MailerLite or having an ActiveCampaign account first and then setting up MailerLite integration. There are advantages and disadvantages to each option but either one will work well for your needs. Here are some of the benefits to integrating the two tops:
You can use ActiveCampaign’s features like list segmentation, workflows, email automation, landing pages and drip campaigns while still using MailerLite’s features like A/B testing, newsletters, design editor, newsletter templates and more. You can use both tops as needed without feeling like you have too much clutter on your screen from two different tops. You can set up automations in both tops so that you don’t have to worry about double work with things like welcome series or lead nurturing. If you want to add a feature that is only available in one top but not the other, you don’t have to worry about missing out because you will have access to both tops. You can easily see all of the information about your lists, subscribers and subscribers’ demographics in one place without having to log into two separate accounts or move back and forth between the two different tops. You can also see any leads that are created through ActiveCampaign and manage them right within MailerLite. You can track email opens and clicks in MailerLite so that you know if your emails are going out correctly or not. You can manage unsubscribes in MailerLite so it’s easier to see patterns or spikes in unsubscribes that may indicate something is wrong with your emails.
There are many different benefits of integrating the two different tops together. Here are just a few:
Each top has its own specialties but together they make something even better than themselves combined. They give you options for everything from newsletter templates, landing pages and automations to A/B testing, social media integrations and more. The tops help users become more efficient by giving them more information at one time instead of two different places where there may be duplicates or contradictions between the data in both places. This saves users time and prevents them from having to check multiple places for different information about their lists or subscribers. Using both tops together gives you access to both sets of features and lets you choose which one you want to use for each job or campaign you have coming up. This gives users more freedom when they are trying to decide how they want to use their time and resources while they are building their business or growing their family tree database. Both sets of features are accessible through one dashboard so there is no need to log into two separate accounts or search through two different websites for different features or data. Having access to both tops allows people who already love one top to integrate it into their workflow in an easy way instead of having to switch over completely or start over with another top that may not be as easy or efficient as the one they love already. Users can have access to all of their data from both tops all in one place without having to log into multiple accounts or go back and forth between two websites every time they need something from either top. This is useful for people who manage multiple businesses, clients or projects because it can make it easier for them to keep everything on top of all at once without having to search through multiple accounts at once or use multiple devices at once to stay organized. Having access to both tops means you can focus on your content creation while still getting an idea of what could be wrong with your emails before they ever go out so that you don’t waste time sending emails out that may not be read by anyone or sent out too late because you forgot about them. It also makes it possible for people to test out new designs before sending them out so that they aren’t wasting time on emails that don’t work until they find out why they weren’t effective after sending them out. This is useful for people who like to refine their skills by testing out different designs before sending them out without wasting time or money if they are ineffective for whatever reason. It also makes it possible for people who like variety in their headers, themes or designs without switching over completely from one top to another because they know that they have access to both tops whenever they need them both at once. It helps users figure out what went wrong with their emails so they don’t have to waste time sending emails out that aren’t working or spending money on emails that aren’t going out correctly until they figure out what went wrong with them or get a response from their subscribers letting them know what went wrong with the email so they can fix it before they send another email with a similar error again. It helps users organize their strategies so that they can see everything at once in a single place instead of having to go back and forth between two different websites all the time looking for information about their lists, subscribers, campaigns or leads without wasting time trying to find things in two different places at once when they could be using that time doing other important tasks instead of searching through two different websites looking for information about their account data all day long. It means that users can focus on improving their skills by refining how they create content instead of endlessly trying new tops or techniques out until they find something that works for them rather than using one top alone which might limit how creative users can be when creating content for their readership or fplowing if all they have access to is one type of top instead of two different options where they can split up their work between multiple tops instead of focusing on one at a time which may not give users enough creative freedom or choice when creating content. It helps users have more contrp over their email newsletter campaigns so that they don’t have to pay extra money every time they want a new template or design because they have access to unlimited templates in MailerLite and can use those templates in ActiveCampaign too if they want instead of being forced into paying extra fees every time they want a new design or layout changed on their email newsletter campaigns which may be expensive depending on how many emails you send out every month or year if you decide to get a custom design for each campaign that gets sent out instead of using one template for all campaigns that gets sent out later on down the road if it’s too expensive and complicated for your budget depending on how often you send out emails and how many people you send them out to every month or year if you decide to stick with using one template instead of switching over completely from one top to another just because it’s cheaper than paying extra fees each month if you want a new template for each campaign
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