GetResponse is an all-in-one marketing platform featuring email marketing, automation, and more. Connect your GetResponse account with Leadpages to send leads directly to lists and campaigns.
The fine print
- You can use GetResponse with Drag & Drop forms, Standard Builder forms, opt-in texts, and trigger links.
- This guide covers the new GetResponse, so some terms may be different if you use the former design. Learn more →
Integrate your account
We integrate with GetResponse via their API, so you’ll need an API key from your account.
Once you have your API key, head to Leadpages to get your accounts connected.
- Drag & Drop Builder: To integrate with GetResponse in our Drag & Drop Builder, follow our guide here.
- Standard Builder: To use GetResponse with Standard Builder tools (including opt-in texts and trigger links), follow our guide here.
Send leads to GetResponse
After you integrate with GetResponse at the account level, you can use it with any of our lead-generating tools. Follow our guide here to select where to send your leads in GetResponse.
Where leads go
Leads from Leadpages will end up in whichever contact list you select for your specific page, pop-up, or other tool.
Collect custom fields
You can add any custom fields from GetResponse to forms within Leadpages. (opt-in texts can collect email and phone number fields, while trigger links can collect email, first name, and last name fields.)
Some fields from GetResponse may not work as you’d expect them to—here are some notes to keep in mind…
Our Drag & Drop forms do not support GetResponse’s date picker fields at this time. Date fields you add will appear as text fields.
Visitors will need to enter a valid date to submit your form, but they won’t have access to a date picker interface. Date fields in our Standard Builder do support a date picker interface.
GetResponse strictly validates phone number data in our Drag & Drop integration. If a visitor enters an invalid or incomplete number, none of their data will pass into GetResponse.
Our Standard Builder forms also enforce this validation. While an invalid phone number won’t make it into GetResponse, other form data should pass through as expected.
Double opt-in settings
GetResponse supports single and double opt-in, so you can choose whether you want new leads to confirm their subscription. To adjust your options, you’ll need to edit your list or campaign settings within GetResponse.
If you’re using the new GetResponse, check out their guide here.
Otherwise, see these instructions if you’re using the old design.
Troubleshooting tips and FAQs
Why aren’t leads showing up in my list or campaign?
A few different things can prevent lead data passing to GetResponse. One common cause is an invalid or incomplete phone number—to resolve issues caused by phone number data, see the phone numbers section above.
Still missing leads? Let us know, and we can help figure out what’s going on.
Why does name data appear as “N/A” in GetResponse?
If you use GetResponse alongside Lead Notifications in our Drag & Drop Builder, your form’s name field may be coming from Lead Notifications. Here’s how to fix it:
- Open your form settings and navigate to the Integrations tab.
- Delete Lead Notifications by clicking the trash can icon, then Delete.
- Select “Fields”, then choose the “Full Name” field to add it to your form.
- Click Done to save the field to your form.
If you’d like to, you can re-add Lead Notifications to receive email notifications for new leads. When you’re done configuring your form, make sure to update your page.
Note that depending on your confirmation email settings, you may need to use other specific fields. Learn more about customizing GetResponse confirmation emails →
(Updated January 22, 2019)
Please let us know if you have additional questions.
You can always file a support ticket if you have additional questions by clicking the ? support button at the top-right corner of your account dashboard or by clicking here to file a support ticket.