GotoWebinar Integration

Use Landing Pages as Webinar Signup Forms

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Integrate Inbound Now  tools with GoToWebinar

If you are a trying to grow your in-house mailing list, Webinars are a very powerful tool to utilize.

Tired of manually exporting all of your GoToWebinar registrants and importing them into your favorite CRM or email marketing tool?

This WordPress landing page add-on is built to streamline the webinar/lead generation process for your business, so you can focus more time on the content, rather than how everything ‘should’ work.

This  Add-on will allow you to:

  • Capture Webinar Signups from Inbound Forms
  • Use Your Own Forms to Register Attendees
  • A/B Test Webinar Signup Pages
  • Streamline Your Workflow

Solve CVS Importing Problems with high quality email service providers –

If you’re using a high quality (a.k.a. high deliverablity rate) email service provider like Mailchimp or AWeber, you aren’t able to import your webinar attendees into the trusted, high deliverability, double opt-in mailing list.

Customize Your Webinar Landing Page to Stand out –

Use any WordPress landing page design, or create your own.

Streamline GoToWebinar Lead Flow and save time.

How to install and setup this extension.

The Inbound Twitter extension installs like any other WordPress plugin.

  1. Upload inbound-twitter  folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

After installation head into wp-admin->Leads->Global Settings->Extensions and input your GoToWebinar API Key and authorize your GoToWebinar account.

Next head into your inbound forms and setup your target form to have GoToWebinar integration enabled and add the webinar ID you would like to have the form connect. There is more information inside the plugin that will help you. Also, do not forget to Map Your Fields. That last bit is very important.

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