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Automated email sign up upload into mailchimp

Once a customer has signed-up to a newsletter for example, the email @ need to be manually uploaded into mailchimp or any other email provider. It would simply be amazing to connect to mailchimp and have any new email sign-up uploaded automatically into my database.

A must to anyone keen to develop an ecrm strategy

Let's vote for it!!! :) 

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    Andrew

    A great suggestion, and one I need.

    I believe this could be achieved if Strikingly set up an API integration with MailChimp? We can access an API key from our mailchimp account, and Strikingly could set up an option within the backend settings for us to submit this API key. Click "Save" and then any name and email address submitted onto our strikingly site is automatically added to a mailchimp list.

    I'd love it if this was built!

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    Scott Dawley

    This is especially helpful for webmasters managing multiple lists on multiple websites!! 

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    Clément

    +1! It is a very good suggestion!

    Other website such as Squarespace or Unbounce are providing it as it is a very useful option for marketing manager! It's now a must have for website providers. 

    For me it is deal breaker. I begin with Strikingly (because I've already started to create content on it) but when I will have more leads, I will migrate to Squarespace I think. 

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    Suzy

    I just posted the exact same request! Little more wordy and detailed but same non the less.

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    Marvin Mathew

    I need this!

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    Mitali Deshmukh

    In fact, I was wondering if we can integrate both. Like because of pop up subscription form of MailChimp, i have a list of subscribers in MailChimp, can we export that into strikingly, making it easier to send the post to subscribers in one go. and also can strikingly introduce the pop up subscription form

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    Christophe

    Yes it would be great - Especially with the new rules in EU RGPD. Subscribing to a newsletter is now well more regulated and it is not allowed to copy/paste names from one liste to another.

     

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