The fine folks over at ActiveCampaign have just rolled out an update to the Batchbook-ActiveCampaign integration that will help you keep all of your email lists current.
With this update, you can now choose to auto-sync Batchbook contacts over to ActiveCampaign. This means if you change any information on your contact in Batchbook, that info will automatically sync over to ActiveCampaign.
This is especially handy because it lets you take full advantage of ActiveCampaign’s intuitive segmenting tools. Let’s say you send out emails based on geographic region. If you have a contact who moves, you can just enter the new address info once in Batchbook and your email list will automatically be updated as well. That way, you won’t be left sending “Sunny Florida!” emails to someone who has moved up to the frigid north in the middle of winter.
How it Works
Here is a video from ActiveCampaign that shows you how simple this integration is:
Cool Features of the ActiveCampaign CRM Integration with Batchbook
- Auto-sync contacts from Batchbook to keep them fresh in ActiveCampaign
- Import all of your important contact info, including custom fields
- Use your Batchbook info to build better email segments
- Use your Batchbook details to personalize your email content
- Use info like Batchbook tags to create conditional content for your emails
- Use your Batchbook data to trigger automated sales or marketing emails
Join us for a Free Webinar
We will be joining up with ActiveCampaign for a free webinar on October 2nd titled “How to Use Automatic Emails for a Personal Touch.”
Marketing automation isn’t just for the big guys. With a little forethought and the right toolset, you can create highly relevant, highly personal emails that will go out at just the right time.
Join us as we discuss how to unlock the potential of automatic emails for your small business. You’ll come away with some tips to help you get going and some deeper insights into how the right use of technology can help you maintain a high level of personal touch.
Register early (don’t worry, we’ll remind you).