Integrating Constant Contact

How to easily integrate Constant Contact with Evalinator

Constant Contact is an excellent email and online marketing automation platforms – a perfect match with Evalinator for those looking to position expertise based services and products.

With Evalinator, you can build up your email database and also include exceptional context of your target customers into your nurturing flows and email campaigns set up in Constant Contact.

There are 2 simple steps to integrate with Evalinator:

Step 1: Login to Evalinator, and then go the Manage Profile section from the top of the home page. Scroll down to the integrations sections, select “Constant Contact” from the drop down menu. Then ignore the input boxes and directly click on the “Authorize” button.

You will taken to a Constant Contact login screen. Log in here if you are not already logged in.

Next, you will see a screen requesting you to Authorize Evalinator. Of course, you will click on “Allow”.

Upon allowing, Evalinator will be granted access and you will be taken to a web page that tells you to close this new window.

When you get back you may want to click on “Show Settings” button again, and you will see your API Key, access token etc. populated.

Step 2: Set Your list for the assessment

To set your preferred list where you would like contacts (those who respond to your assessment) to be sent, go back to the Evalinator home screen, and click the “Edit” button on your Assessment.

Then scroll down to the “Email Provider or CRM Settings” section. Select Constant Contact from the drop down, and click show settings.

You will see an empty list id and list name fields. Click on the “Get Lists” button. This will show your lists. Select the right list, and click map list.

Constant Contact Map list in Evalinator

 

That’s all!

All respondents to your Evalinator will automatically be sent to Constant Contact. Depending on your settings, a second confirmation email may be sent from Constant Contact, although Evalinator has already validated the email addresss by sending the user a confirmation code before accepting the email address.

Good luck. Let us know if you need any assistance!

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