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Integrating E-junkie with GetResponse

How to integrate E-junkie with GetResponse

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You can integrate E-junkie with GetResponse in either of two ways:

  • Have all customers added to your campaign for all your E-junkie sales;
  • Have only selected product purchases add the customer to your campaign.

To integrate all your E-junkie sales with GetResponse:
This method will apply to all products in your entire E-junkie account, regardless of which product(s) each customer purchases.

  1. Log into your E-junkie account and go to Seller Admin > Manage Seller Account > Edit Preferences;
  2. Under Webhook & Integrations, paste the following link in the Common Notification URL field:
  3. Click Submit to apply changes.

If you prefer to only integrate sales of certain E-junkie products:
This method will only apply to particular products, so only customers who purchase those products will be submitted to your GetResponse campaign; you do not need to do this if you're using the account-wide integration method explained above.

  1. When adding or editing a product that you wish to integrate with GetResponse, tick the box to Show advanced settings at the top, then look for Webhook Integration and tick that box;
  2. This will reveal a Product Notification URL field, where you should paste this link:
  3. Click Submit to apply changes.

Whichever method you choose above, you must also specify a campaign name in your E-junkie purchase button codes:
Once you add the URL settings explained above, you will also need to modify your E-junkie purchase button codes to specify which GetResponse campaign your customers should be added to. Wherever you paste the button codes into your site, you will need to add a &custom=campaign_name parameter (where campaign_name should be replaced with the name of your GetResponse campaign) to the end of the href= URL in your button codes, like so:

<a href="https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?c=cart&i=XXXXXX&cl=YYYYYY&ejc=2&custom=campaign_name" onclick="javascript:return EJEJC_lc(this);" target="ej_ejc"><img alt="Add to Cart" border="0" src="https://www.e-junkie.com/ej/ej_add_to_cart.gif" /></a>

You can only specify a single campaign per entire order, therefore:
  • When using E-junkie Add to Cart buttons, all buttons must specify the same campaign name in the &custom=campaign_name parameter;
    • If you're using the account-wide integration method, you must add this parameter to all of your Add to Cart button URLs;
    • If you're only integrating specific products, you only need to add this parameter to your Add to Cart buttons for those products.
  • If you use Buy Now buttons, you can use different campaign names in the &custom=campaign_name parameter for each Buy Now button.