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Shopify is an easy-to-use, web-based software as a service (SaaS) platform where you can set up both your online stores and your website and blog.
Shopify by Combidesk
Deep data integration with Shopify. Create relevant event driven marketing campaigns using this app.
Integrating your Shoplo store with your GetResponse account makes sending newsletters to your customers as easy as pie.
A one-time investment in SitemanPro enables you to sell digital products, memberships, services, and software online. The software is installed on your website or blog using simple procedures.
With the GetResponse-Slack integration, you can receive notifications on one or more channels to keep you updated on:
Capture names and email addresses through simple text messages and asynchronously subscribe them to any GetResponse email list of your choosing.
Stride is a free and simple sales tracking service for freelancers and small businesses. It helps you track, manage and collaborate on all your new deals.
StripeAdd products to GetResponse and accept payments on order forms.
Sync your SugarCRM contacts into your GetResponse contact list. Reach them with targeted email campaigns.
SumoMe provides free tools you need to grow your email list.
Survicate enables you to run targeted surveys on your website with widgets. Understand your visitors better and adjust your website to their needs. Target specific groups of users based on sources of traffic (PPC campaigns, social media etc.) and behavior on the website (new v returning visitors, % of scroll, number of visited pages etc.)
Collect email addresses through text message and automatically add them to your GetResponse account. Send text campaigns to complement your email marketing.
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