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How to make a designated email list?



fitdream
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Hi, I know it's in here somewhere, but I need to set up a product with a designated email list specific to that product. This is because I need it to trigger an autoresponder series in a 10 week e-course, which is my product.

Also, if I have my other products set to go to a 'general' email list, can I at the same time designate that this one product have a specific email list connection at aweber?

I'm concerned that people might not get the urgency of need to check the "to receive updates" box at purchase. is there a way to slip a notice up onto that page to point it out?

Thanks!


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POSTED ON: January 3, 2012 @ 17:21 GMT -7




fitdream
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OK, I found it and got it set up for the product.

Now my question is do I now need to do this for all other products, or will the "common notification url" work for them? Is it all or nothing?

Thanks!


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POSTED ON: January 3, 2012 @ 17:28 GMT -7




E-junkieGuru
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If you'd be using Aweber, this :
http://www.e-junkie.com/ej/help.integration.htm#aweber

MailChimp has their own help page about receiving order details from E-junkie:
http://kb.mailchimp.com/article/how-does-mailchimp-integrate-with-e- junkie/

Other email list servers MAY be able to accept our order data submissions if they can accept PayPal IPN; you may want to inquire with their support team and inquire if they can support this and include this link for their consideration:
http://www.e-junkie.com/ej/help.integration.htm

Your Common Notification URL would receive the full details for every order you receive, regardless of which item(s) the buyer ordered. If you would prefer to have us send order details to a URL on a product-specific basis, you would not use the Common Notification URL; instead, in each relevant product's settings you would enable "Send Transaction Data to a URL" and click Next until you find the Payment Variable Information URL field where you can paste the third-party URL where they can receive our order data submissions.


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POSTED ON: January 3, 2012 @ 17:57 GMT -7




fitdream
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Thanks. Maybe you can help me decide the bets option.

the product I am just about to launch is a 10 week series. That's why I wanted it tied to my aweber autoresponder, to start the process of one mailing a week for 10 weeks.

Which is the best option:

1) tie tne indendent aweber autoresponder for the series to the purchase, meaning that the client would definitely have to click "send updates", or

2) in the directions that come with the purchase, have a message that in order to start receiving their product, they need to go to a certain page and start the series.

Thanks for your advice


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POSTED ON: January 3, 2012 @ 20:12 GMT -7




fitdream
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And while I'm asking, is there any other way that you would advise a series be delivered? It eliminates the ejunkie 'product download' option, correct?

Thanks


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POSTED ON: January 3, 2012 @ 20:22 GMT -7




simpleleveraging
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The way I would do it would be that the moment the transaction has gone through, the download page redirects to your sign up / start page in Aweber / Mail Chimp (or whatever) for your Auto responder series or have I misread your original query?

Steve

If it's easier to chat about this via skype, hit me at sgsmorgan on skype

ps liked the site by the way :-)


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POSTED ON: January 4, 2012 @ 06:27 GMT -7




fitdream
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Thanks Steve - I think you are right and that will leave less to chance.

So it looks like it's all or nothing. You either have every new person on the common notification url email list OR you have to create a separate entry for each product (even though it could go to similar lists). Correct?

I appreciate tht assist and glad you liked the site! Do you mean my website in general? Always looking for feedback of any kind!

I've got your skype noted for future reference - is that OK to access when I need something really quick then?

Lani


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POSTED ON: January 4, 2012 @ 06:40 GMT -7




simpleleveraging
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"So it looks like it's all or nothing. You either have every new person on the common notification url email list OR you have to create a separate entry for each product (even though it could go to similar lists). Correct?"

Remember that even if you have loads of separate lists for each product you can always mail out to them at the same time via the add lists to this message option when you create a broadcast message.

Don't worry about duplication of messages to the same address when the same names are on different lists etc as Aweber will only send one email to any one address at a time. It automatically "de-dupes" the list.

I though your site looked good when I gave it a quick visit earlier today. I have a client / com project that is in the health / fitness / nutrition niche (not work outs etc so no competition) and I was actually quite taken with the Wordpress theme that you were using.

Skype me whenever you want to chat about anything like this as it's easier. I have quite a few clients in the US in all time zones (quite a few on the West Coast) so that is not an issue.

Steve


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POSTED ON: January 4, 2012 @ 07:00 GMT -7




E-junkieGuru
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Actually, if you use the MailChimp's integration method for E-junkie, they would receive the buyer's details regardless of any opt-in/-out at checkout (unlike our own integration method for Aweber).

You can set up Aweber or MailChimp notification for a specific product by enabling "Send transaction data to a URL" and then enter the proper notification URL in the product's Payment Variable Information URL field (rather than using the Common Notification URL field), so only buyers of that product would have their details sent to Aweber/MailChimp.


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POSTED ON: January 5, 2012 @ 13:44 GMT -7




Louma
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Hi,

It's been quite useful to read this thread! However, I have a couple related questions: I'm creating a free mini course I want affiliates to promote at the end of which I'll be offering a paid course.

I'm using Mailchimp and was wondering how to fit E-junkie into the equation. I was thinking of putting up the mini course as a free product on E-junkie so people would sign in and leave their name and e-mail on the squeeze page (So the subscription form would be an e-junkie form rather than a Mailchimp form, is that right?). But then I'm wondering how to make those e-mails go to Mailchimp (through the integration method you mentioned above, Guru?) so I can send each mini course lesson from an autoresponder. Then when people make a purchase, how does the tracking info go back to e-junkie so I can know which affiliate the sale originally came from?

Thanks in advance for your help :)


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POSTED ON: February 27, 2014 @ 02:51 GMT -7




E-junkieGuru
E-Junkie Crew
Posts: 4879


You would simply set up your E-junkie account or specific products to have us transmit the buyer's name and email to MailChimp when we process the order for you. Here's their help page to get you started:
http://kb.mailchimp.com/article/how-does-mailchimp-integrate-with-e- junkie/

That said, there seems to be some sort of glitch with this integration at MailChimp's end in the past week; we've brought that to their attention to sort out, but it may not work until they actually do so.


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POSTED ON: March 2, 2014 @ 19:32 GMT -7


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