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Other Autoresponder Integration

This article is for: WebinarJam Studio Users


 
Autoresponder integration exists for the sole purpose of getting your attendee from the WebinarJam interface into your regular autoresponder. It's a simple co-registration process.  Check our Integrations Articles to see if we cover your specific Autoresponder.  

If we don't have specific instructions for your autoresponder, then the instructions below can help.  Each autoresponder is different but almost all have a basic form that can be integrated with WebinarJam 
 

How to Get the Right Form Code

Each Autoresponder is set up slightly different so unfortunately we can't give you step by step techniques.  Check on your autoresponders support desk for how to create a plain web form or a html web form or simple form.
 
Once you know how to create a form, you want to create a form with name and email and submit button.  No frills, no extras, no headlines, nothing "stylized."  
 
NOTE: You also want to make your form redirect default HTTPS://google.com. Please note the S. Our thank you page overwrites it, but without the redirect, it's possible the integration will not work. For any other links within your autoresponder, it is also best to use httpS.
 
 
After creating the form, you want to look for "Plain" "Naked" or "HTML" web form.  
 
 
 

 

How to Integrate an Other Autoresponder with Webinar Jam

Copy the form code provided by your autoresponder and paste it into a NotePad
 
For most autoresponders you only need the code between (and including) these lines:
   <form ...
... lots of other code is here...
</form>
 
 
If that code doesn't work, look to see if there is a script at the bottom. Remove
   <script ...
... short amount of code...
</script>
 

Edit Your Webinar

  1. Edit your Webinar,
  2. Go to the Integrations tab.
  3. Select Other from the choices
 
 

Add the code to the popup

  1. Enter the html code from your NotePad (Marked #1 Below)
     
  2. Enter the name of the name field in the textbox. To find that in your code, look for something like this line 
    NOTE: These are examples; your autoresponder may be different.

     
    <input id="signup_email" name="signup[name]" type="text"
    Notice this part: name="signup[name]"
    Enter signup[name] in the name text box. (Marked #2 Below)
     
    Or in this code 
    <input name="first_name" type="text" maxlength="50"
    you will look for name="first_name"
    Enter first_name
    in the name text box. (Marked #2 Below)
     
  3. Enter the name of the name field in the textbox. To find that in your code, look for this line:
    NOTE: These are examples; your autoresponder may be different.

    <input id="signup_email" name="signup[email]" type="text"
    Notice this part: name="signup[email]"
    Enter signup[email] (Marked #3 Below)
     
    Or in this code 
    <input name="email" type="text" maxlength="80" value="" data-id="Email Address:input"> 
    you will look for name="email"
    Enter email
     in  the name text box. (Marked #2 Below)
     
  4. Press Select
     
     
 
Save & Next through the remaining pages to publish your webinar!
 
 
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