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GetResponse is one of many popular email marketing solutions. You can easily integrate GetResponse with WordPress and allow users to subscribe directly on your site. The following documentation is written to help you use GetResponse for WordPress with weForms form builder to achieve this. Following a few easy steps will have you on your way to building your email marketing list and promoting.

Enabling the GetResponse Integration in WordPress

  1. With weForms Pro plugin installed in your WordPress website, you can easily integrate GetResponse in your site. First you have to activate the GetResponse integration. Navigate through: wp-admin > weForms > module. Here you will find all your email marketing providers. Activate GetResponse toggle button.

  2. Next, follow this path: wp-admin > dashboard > weForms > Settings.
  3. Now that you have activated GetResponse from your weForms module, you will see a section for GetResponse in Settings.
  4. Click on the link “GetResponse API key” [marked in yellow] above the section. You will be asked to login or sign up into GetResponse if you have no account in GetResponse.

  5. After you login into GetResponse, visit dashboard. On the right side you hover on “my account”, and then you will find Integrations. Check out the screenshot below:

  6. Next hit on API & OAuth. You will find your default API on the right side of the page, just like the screenshot below:

  7. Copy this API and paste here: wp-admin→dashboard→weForms→Settings→GetResponse API.
  8. Next go to the form you want to integrate with GetResponse. Visit the Integrations tab and find GetResponse.
  9. Turn on the toggle button. From List drop-down, select the GetResponse list where you want your weForms submissions to integrate.
  10. Map the form input fields with GetResponse fields. Email Address is a required field.
  11. When you are done mapping, click on Save Form to apply the changes to your form.

That’s all. You have your GetResponse account integrated with weForms.

Quick overview of the GetResponse module

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