Deadline Funnel can help boost your sales for your marketing campaigns in GetResponse! 😎
Each subscriber in your sequence will be automatically assigned their own custom deadline - whether you're doing a webinar… an email sequence… an automated launch… or really ANY type of campaign.
If you're not using a deadline you're leaving money on the table!
Here's a quick guide on how to get started with Deadline Funnel + GetResponse, so you can build your evergreen funnel.
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1. Create your Deadline Funnel campaign
First things first - you will need to create a campaign in Deadline Funnel before you can set up the integration with GetResponse.
When creating your campaign, we recommend selecting the "Email Sequence + Special Offer" blueprint:
Then you'll set the deadline length and add your first pages(s). Don't worry too much about those two items - you can come back later and change those at any time.
Now you can follow the steps below to integrate with GetResponse.
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2. Set up the GetResponse integration
After you've created your Deadline Funnel campaign, set up the integration between Deadline Funnel and GetResponse.
This integration determines where you start each subscriber's Deadline Funnel tracking as they are going through your automation.
3. Add Deadline Funnel email links to your automation
Once the integration is up and running, any subscriber who is added to your list in GetResponse will have the deadline triggered for them as soon as they are added.
That's the first key part for Deadline Funnel tracking - tracking the email address of each subscriber as they enter your funnel.
The second critical part for Deadline Funnel tracking is to add Deadline Funnel email links to the emails in your automation, wherever you're linking to a page that has a Deadline Funnel timer or redirect on it.
That would normally be your special offer page, which would get redirected to a different page after the deadline expires.
Please note that you cannot integrate Deadline Funnel + GetResponse correctly unless you add the DF links to your emails!
You can customize your GetResponse emails with an animated timer. Step-by-step instructions for adding that can be found in the following article:
4. Add Deadline Funnel to your GetResponse Landing Page
You can also add a timer to your landing page, or set it to redirect to a different page after the deadline expires. Simply follow the steps in this guide and you're good to go. :)