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Twitter + SendGrid Integrations

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About Twitter

Twitter is a social networking platform that allows its users to send and read micro-blogs of up to 280-characters known as “tweets”. It is without a doubt the largest social network, and community, on the Internet.

About SendGrid

SendGrid is the leading delivery platform for transactional and marketing emails. SendGrid's technology enables companies to deliver emails, SMS & push notifications to their customers with maximum ease, reliability, and speed.

SendGrid Integrations
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    Triggers
  • Liked Tweet

    Triggers every time the specified user likes a tweet.

  • My Tweet

    Triggers every time you create a new tweet.

  • New Follower

    Triggers whenever your chosen user gets a new follower.

  • New Follower of Me

    Triggers whenever you gain a new follower.

  • Search & Geo Mention

    Triggers from mention of search term in a specific geo location.

  • Search Mention

    Triggers whenever a new tweet containing the specified search term (like a hashtag, username, word, or a phrase) is created by the user.

  • Tweet in List

    Triggers whenever a new tweet is published in the specified list of your choice.

  • User Tweet

    Triggers every time a specific user tweets.

    Actions
  • Add User to List

    A user is added to one of your lists.

  • Create Image Tweet

    Includes an image in the tweet.

  • Create Tweet

    Composes a tweet.

  • Send Email

    Sends an Email.

How Twitter & SendGrid Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Twitter 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 SendGrid 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 Twitter to SendGrid.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Twitter and SendGrid

  • Twitter?
  • Twitter is a social networking website that allows users to send and read other users’ updates on their activities. It was created by Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams in March 2006. For this reason, it is referred to as the “SMS of the Internet”. The service is based in San Francisco, California.

    By July 2009, more than 100 million tweets were sent each day, which increased to 150 million tweets per day by September 2010. As of May 2010, about 140 million accounts are registered. The site has 700 million accounts that are accessible by the end of 2011.

  • SendGrid?
  • SendGrid is an email delivery platform that provides reliable delivery services for an organization’s transactional emails. The company specializes in the delivery of transactional emails with high vpume through its cloud-based platform. SendGrid enables organizations to send out emails to their customers quickly and reliably with the help of its application programming interface (API. It also provides users with real-time analytics about their campaigns.

  • Integration of Twitter and SendGrid
  • Integration of Twitter and SendGrid can be done by using SendGrid’s API. According to SendGrid’s documentation, you have to create a Twitter App to use the Twitter API. Once you have an app, you can generate your access token to use for your application. You can find instructions on how to create an app at https://dev.twitter.com/appsew. Once your app is created, go to https://dev.twitter.com/apps/applications/settings and click on the “OAuth settings” tab to get your access token.

    There are two ways to integrate SendGrid’s API with Twitter’s API. using OAuth authentication or creating an application key. When using OAuth authentication, you will be able to authenticate into your application using your own credentials instead of using an application key. The first step is to enable OAuth for your application by clicking on the “OAuth Settings” tab under “OAuth settings” after your app has been created. Then, enter your application key and secret key into the appropriate fields. Afterward, click on “Allow Access” button to give SendGrid authorization to use your Twitter account. Next, go back to the main configuration page and enable OAuth authentication by checking the checkbox if it is not already checked. Lastly, copy the consumer token and consumer secret keys into the appropriate fields located under “Authorization Tokens” tab.

    Once you have integrated the two APIs, you can begin building a web application that will send tweets from a user’s Twitter account when a user signs up for a new account on the site. A simple way of doing this would be to have a web form that takes in a username and password from a user when he or she tries to sign up for a new account with a site. Then, when a user signs up for a new account with a site, you can send a tweet with the user’s username and password in the form of a JSON string with a POST request to SendGrid’s endpoint URL. You can find information on how to send a JSON string with a POST request here. http://www.sendgrid.com/docs/api/basics/post-json-form-data/. The important part is that you must set “X-Twitter-Client-Secret” header equal to the value of “Consumer Secret” key found in SendGrid’s Twitter app configuration area and “X-Twitter-Client-Token” equal to the value of your Twitter app access token found in Twitter App configuration area. You will need to do this for every request you make through SendGrid’s API since you will be sending data to SendGrid via Facebook’s OAuth authentication scheme for all requests you make through SendGrid’s APIs until your app is approved by Twitter for OAuth authentication scheme. Also, the parameter “content-type” should be set equal to “application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=utf-8” and “X-Twitter-Request-Signature” should be set equal to “Signature=XXXXXX&SignatureMethod=HMAC-SHA1&ConsumerKey=7fa9cf7381d54c4c&ConsumerSecret=99cb4437abf0b4d2&ContentType=application%2Fx-www-form-urlencoded%3Bcharset%3Dutf-8%26ContentLength%3DXXX%26Base64encode%3Dtrue%26POST%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fapi.twitter.com%252F1%252Fstatuses%252Fupdate.json&Version=1.1&X-Twitter-Client-Token=XXXXXXX″ where XXX = your access token and XXXXXX = your access token secret key found in Twitter App configuration area at https://dev.twitter.com/apps/applications/settings.

  • Benefits of Integration of Twitter and SendGrid
  • The integration between Twitter and SendGrid could provide several benefits including making it easier for users to use both services in one place without having to go back and forth between them. This integration will also enable an organization to benefit from automated marketing techniques in which an organization can automate its marketing efforts by performing tasks such as sending out newsletters or sales offers through email even when someone is not logged in at the time of the email being sent out unlike when someone uses his or her personal email address for this purpose because they will need to log in before they can see any emails sent out by their organization when they are not logged in to their personal accounts at the time of sending out emails since they are not receiving these emails when they are logged out unlike if they are receiving these emails when they are logged out via their personal email addresses because they will need to log in before they can see any emails sent out by their organization when they are not logged in since they are receiving these emails when they are logged out unlike when someone uses their personal email address for this purpose if they are not logged in since they are receiving these emails when they are logged out at the time of sending out emails although an organization may need to pay more money than before due to sending out more emails than before than when someone uses his or her personal email address for this purpose but it will be worthwhile if the organization sees more profits than before since it will be getting more sales than before than if someone uses his or her personal email address for this purpose if they are not logged in since they are receiving these emails when they are logged out than when someone uses his or her personal email address for this purpose because people will spend less time reading emails while they are working on something else rather than having to log in before they can see any emails sent out by their organizations whereas if someone uses his or her personal email address for this purpose people will still spend less time reading emails while they are working on something else but they will not be spending less time logging in before they can see any emails sent out by their organizations unless they want to get any updates that were sent out while they were not logged in unlike when someone uses his or her personal email address for this purpose because people will save money since they will not need extra applications like Flowroute, Twilio, or Tropo if someone who does not want to pay extra fees wants to use his or her personal email address for this purpose rather than signing up for an account with another service like SendGrid which costs $25 per month so he or she does not need additional applications like Flowroute, Twilio, or Tropo if someone who does not want to pay extra fees wants to use his or her personal email address for this purpose instead of signing up for an account with another service like SendGrid which costs $25 per month so he or she does not need additional applications like Flowroute, Twilio, or Tropo but he or she will still need additional applications like Flowroute, Twilio, or Tropo if someone who does not want to pay extra fees wants to use his or her personal email address for this purpose instead of signing up for an account with another service like SendGrid which costs $25 per month so he or she does not need additional applications like Flowroute, Twilio, or Tropo but he or she will still need additional applications like Flowroute, Twilio, or Trop

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