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Trigger when new payment made.
Trigger when new transaction is coming.
Trigger when new user created.
Triggers when a new account is added.
Triggers when a new custom field is added to a list.
Triggers when a new list is added to an account.
Triggers when a new subscriber is added to a list.
Create a new coupon for the given product or a checkout.
Create a new subscription billing plan with the supplied parameters.
Creates a new subscriber.
Unsubscribes an email address from a list of your choosing.
Update a subscriber.
When you first hear about Paddle, a lot of questions come to mind. it? What does it do? What kind of a service is this? It’s a lot to take in and a lot to wrap your head around. So let me help you out. Paddle is a company that is dedicated to making your life as an entrepreneur or business owner easier through the use of automation. Their main focus is email marketing, but they also offer some other services as well. Let’s take a look at what they have to offer.
AWeber is one of the world’s leading email marketing platforms. They offer simple drag-and-drop email design, delivery, and reporting features. One of their most popular features is “AutoPilot” which allows you to automate your campaigns based on time or event triggers. You can send out automated welcome emails, automated fplow-up sequences, automated birthday emails, automated order confirmation emails, and so much more.
Paddle is an application that integrates with AWeber so that you can automate your email campaign workflow. Paddle offers the ability to integrate with other apps like Facebook Messenger, Twitter, Slack, Zapier, Google Sheets, MailChimp, and Salesforce. Plus, you can integrate your Paddle account with other websites like WordPress, Shopify, Squarespace, and Wix. You can even integrate with third party applications like Stripe for payment processing. Finally, you can use Paddle to set up drip campaigns (sequenced email campaigns), use dynamic content (for example, title tagging different subscribers based on their behavior), and track customer engagement (such as open rates.
Now that we know what Paddle is and what it does, let’s take a look at how it works within the context of AWeber. When you first log into Paddle, you will see that there are two main sections. Campaigns and Integrations.
The Campaigns section allows you to create new campaigns based on certain events or time triggers. For example, you can create an automatic welcome series after someone signs up for your list, or an autoresponder series based on someone checking out your product page on your website. You can configure all of the settings for auto-responders right from this section as well.
The Integrations section allows you to integrate with other applications that you use for your business or website. You can select specific applications to integrate with Paddle by entering the name of the app in the search bar. Once you have found the app that you are looking for, you can enter your API credentials right from the app’s detail screen. This makes it easy to connect Paddle with multiple apps at once without having to reenter credentials each time.
So now that you are starting to get the hang of Paddle, let’s show you how easy it is to set up drip campaigns using the application. That’s right! You don’t need to be a developer or IT person to set up drip campaigns using Paddle. Let’s take a look at how this works using an example.
For our example, we will create a drip campaign for our store called “Summer Sale 2017” which will promote our summer products. We will start by creating an automation rule under the Automation tab in Paddle. The first thing we need to do is select the “Drip campaign” option under the Rule Type drop down menu. Then we will select the first date that we want our first email to be sent out for this drip campaign (it could be anytime during the summer. We then need to select the different days of the week that we want this first email to go out (Monday through Friday. and how many days apart we want them to go out (every day or every other day. Next we need to select where we want our first email to be sent (email address or distribution list. Then we need to select where our second email should be sent (email address or distribution list. Finally, we need to select where our third email should be sent (email address or distribution list. The results will look something like this:
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