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Effortlessly Link Your SUMO Account to AWeber Using Zapier

Published on Feb 28th, 2024

Integrating your SUMO tools with AWeber email marketing is a smooth process with the power of Zapier as your go-between. Zapier, the automation tool that connects your favorite apps and services, enables your business to automate routine tasks without the need for complex coding. This step-by-step guide walks you through the process of connecting SUMO to AWeber with Zapier, creating a seamless bridge between your lead capture efforts and your email campaigns.

First, ensure that you have active accounts on SUMO, AWeber, and Zapier. Once you are logged in to Zapier, follow these simple steps:

  1. Click on 'Make a Zap!' to start a new Zap.

  2. Set SUMO as your Trigger app by searching for it in the Zapier app directory.

  3. Choose the specific SUMO trigger you wish to act upon. Triggers could be when a new subscriber signs up or when a user completes a specific action.

  4. Connect your SUMO account by entering your SUMO credentials. Zapier will need permission to access your SUMO information.

  5. Next, set AWeber as your Action app by finding it in the app directory.

  6. Select an action such as 'Create Subscriber,' which will add new contacts from SUMO to an AWeber list.

  7. Connect your AWeber account by providing your login information and granting necessary permissions.

  8. Choose the list you want to add your new SUMO subscribers to in AWeber.

  9. Map the subscriber details from SUMO to the corresponding fields in AWeber, like email address and name.

  10. Finally, test your Zap to make sure it works. Once you see a successful test, you can turn your Zap on, automating the data flow from SUMO to AWeber.

With your Zap now active, you can efficiently nurture your leads with AWeber's email marketing tools automatically. By linking SUMO to AWeber using Zapier, you save time, reduce the margin for error, and are free to focus more on creating compelling content for your subscribers.

Remember to periodically check your Zaps for any updates or changes in the respective services' APIs, which could necessitate adjustments in your setup. In no time, you'll be building more robust, interconnected systems that allow you to do more with the power of automation.

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