Today’s post highlights some of the updates from the past few weeks
1. Webinar Jeo Integration
We’ve integrated with our favourite new webinar platform, Webinar Jeo.
You’ll find the option to integrate via Settings > Integrations and simply need to enter your Webinar Jeo username and password. You’ll then be able to connect any optin form created in Wishloop with any of the webinars in your WJ account.
2. Several new webinar signup templates released
We have released a number of new templates to coincide with the launch of Webinar Jeo.
3 templates for Amplify, Engage and Capture are now available (see screenshots below)
We’ll continue to add new templates once we have the Speedleads launch out of the way.
3. New template filters added
We have replaced the drop down menu on the templates screen with some new template tags. This should help with organisation of the dashboard. There’s still some more work to do on this area in the coming weeks, but this change will allow us to highlight the most popular templates going forward.
Here’s a shot of the new tags on the Amplify template page:
4. Active Campaign Tags added.
You may have noticed we started using Active Campaign as our autoresponder (sorry Mailchimp, we outgrew you).
One of the best things about Active Campaign is adding tags to contacts so that we can start automated folow ups based on when a tag is added to a user rather than just simply when a user is added to a list. We were previously trying to do this anyway in mailchimp using Groups and complicated setups via Zapier. But with AC its much more seamless and straightforward.
So we have added the option to add tags to a subscriber within Wishloop and any of our fellow Active Campaign users will now be able to do likewise.
5. Mobile optimisation checker
We noticed that a lot of users weren’t using our mobile builder to optimise their campaigns for mobile devices. To counter this we’ve added a message that will appear upon leaving the campaign editor. This is a bit of a work in progress, we’d love to get your feedback or suggested improvements on this one!
6. Twitter cards integration with Speedleads
Twitter card integration allows us pull in rich media information from the target urls of any of the Speedleads campaigns you are sharing on Twitter. So in much the same way as Facebook would automatically pull in a post’s image and description when it is shared via Speedleads, the same is now true when sharing your campaigns on Twitter!
The upside is that these tweets attract a far higher click through rate by virtue of not only looking more attractive but also by taking up more space on a users Twitter feed. This all happens automatically in the background, with no additional effort on your part 🙂
That’s all for now.
We have a load more updates to Speedleads coming in the next two weeks, including a couple of really big enhancements.
Can’t wait to share these with you. For now though, happy converting!
Stuart, Tom and Ayoub
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