Hello MailChimp Integration!

Automatically upload your collected email addresses to your MailChimp subscriber list

… Yes, you just got off work faster! From now on, your freshly collected email addresses can automatically be added to your MailChimp subscriber list. You no longer need to manually download a csv file with respondent data and add them to your subscriber list individually. Instead focus on launching an email marketing campaign to those respondents with the relevant data you collected.

How it works:

  • Enable the MailChimp integration in the Survey Anyplace tool (Take a look at this step-by-step helpguide to get started)
  • Create a survey or quiz with a Form Field question where you can ask respondents for their name and email
  • As soon as a survey or quiz response comes in, the email address is automatically sent to MailChimp and added to your subscriber list
  • Start your follow up!

The MailChimp integration is available in our Professional and Enterprise plans. Find out more about our pricing plans.

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MailChimp is a great email marketing service that allows you to connect with prospects and customers. Not a user yet? Go here for more info or to sign up.

Comments

  • admin

    March 18, 2019

    Hey Mario -- This integration now works through our Zapier integration, which connects Survey Anyplace to 1000+ apps (MailChimp is one of them). This allows you to send any kind of survey response to MailChimp, for example to register it in Mailchimp as a tag. Yes! :) Read more about the integration in this blog post: https://surveyanyplace.com/hello-zapier-integration/Or learn how to set it up in this step-by-step-guide: https://help.surveyanyplace.com/en/support/solutions/articles/35000050258-integration-with-other-apps-through-zapierGood luck! And shoot us an email (info@surveyanyplace.com) if you'd like more information or help. Sofie

  • Mario

    March 17, 2019

    Hey there! Does this Integration support to send survey results as “tags” to MailChimp? If not, is this a planned feature and is there an ETA?

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