Nextsale is a growth management platform that offers on-page tools to create Social Proof and generate leads. With its innovative technology, it’s easy to increase conversion rates and decrease bounce rates while delivering real value to online businesses. In this article, we explain how you can integrate your NextSale account with Omnisend and what benefits you'll gain.
Integrate NextSale with Omnisend and pass all the contact information collected by your NextSale Signup forms to Omnisend. Send Welcome emails to all customers collected by NextSale Signup forms through Omnisend. Use collected data to segment your customers and personalize your emails.
To integrate NextSale with Omnisend create the API key the following way:
Store settings ➡️ Integrations & API ➡️ API Keys ➡️ Create API Key
Then visit the Integrations tab in your Nextsale account from the left bar in the dashboard. Search for Omnisend and select it.
Input your API Key, and click on the "Connect Omnisend" button.
After connecting you should see the success message alert. Make sure the integration is enabled, then click on the "Save changes" button.
That's it! All contacts that you collect with NextSale campaigns will be synced to Omnisend.
Note! If you already had some subscribers in your NextSale account before the integration has been enabled, these contacts will be synced to your Omnisend account in a couple of seconds.
What Data is Passed to Omnisend
The integration will send email and default properties automatically, including:
Also, 'source:nextsale' tag will be added to all the contacts passed from Nextsale.
Welcome emails for Nextsale subscribers
To send welcome emails to contacts passed from Nextsale, you'll need to create a segment based on 'source:nextsale' tag.
Then create Welcome automation by going to Automation tab ➡️ New Workflow ➡️ Welcome. You can copy your Welcome automation, if you already have one and would like to use the same workflow for NextSale subscribers.
Then switch the Signup trigger to Contact enters a segment. Set the segment that you've created on the first step, as a trigger filter.