Constant Contact Integration – Responsive Design

May 11, 2017 9:49 pm


We are interested in purchasing the subscription to your plugin. Before proceeding, I might have a couple of questions:

1- We use Constant Contact to after we generate a list of registrants with GTW and then adding them the specific lists within CC. Will this plugin be able to achieve that? i.e pulling registrants info then push them to the lists in CC?
2- Is there an easier way to style the form (beside adding code to the theme’s css)? Can you provide examples of websites using your plugin with a customized and responsive form?

Thanks in advance.

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  • Hi, thanks for post.

    1) Yes, if you sell webinars using the built in short code, and connect to CC in plugin settings it will push First Name, Last Name, and Email to CC upon customer registering. If you sell webinars by integrating with Woo Commerce, you could push the order info for the customer account to CC, however, please be advised that it is possible for customer to register another person for a webinar. The customer’s details would be the ones pushed to CC and not the person they entered for webinar registration. If the customer and webinar registrant are same, there is no problem. However, sometimes people have others register for them (example: a lawyer’s secretary creates customer account and registers the lawyer, however, secretary’s info is one passed to CC.)

    2) If integrating with Woo (most of our customers do), then forms displayed are whatever default in the Woo theme are set to. If using shortcode, we deliver a simple form in a table element, so customizing with CSS is necessary. So many integrate with Woo, that adding WYSIWYG editor to form for shortcode has fallen on our priority list for new features.

    Hope that helps and please let us know if you have additional questions. Have a great day!

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