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How do I embed prompts in Constant Contact (different function than the information provided here)Asked by BrainJuicer on June 04, 2013 at 05:31 PM
Our company regularly distributes a variety of marketing campaigns issued from constant contact. Each have several "calls to action" (e.g. send me this paper, send me this presentation, send me more information). Currently each prompt is a simple mailto: link which prompts an email to our marketing team.
I am interested in integrating JotForm for this process - transcribing the details of all the inbounds into Excel is inconvenient and time consuming - but I'm having trouble understand the integration process for these unique requests.
I've taken a look at the how-to for Constant Contact but to be frank I'm unsure whether that's serving as more of a ticketing system for marketing campaigns and am having trouble understanding its flexibility.
Ideally it would be great to have a script or embed link that I can plug into already crafted text that would prompt the user to a JotForm site for them to add their info.
Let me know please of any solutions. Happy to have a call if easier.
Thanks for your message.
Please check this article for guides and information about JotForm - Constant Contact Integration. https://www.jotform.com/blog/51-JotForm-Now-Integrates-with-Constant-Contact
It's main use is to send contact info (Name & Email) directly to your CC list using your form from JotForm. You can then embed your form as pop-up so it opens a pop-up window once the form link is clicked.
Let us know if you have further questions. Thank you!