GetResponse Integration

GetResponse Integration

Use GetResponse + Hyperise to hyper personalise your marketing automation.


Add personalised images to GetResponse email templates, using Hyperise and this integration guide, it's literally a couple of steps and you're done!


Once you've added a Hyperise dynamic image to your GetResponse template it will automatically personalise to your recipient when it's sent out!


Step One: Add GetResponse as an Integration



Once GetResponse has been added as an Integration, make sure it's selected, then copy the Image Link.  The image link copied will include all the required GetResponse tags to personalise your email.


Step Two: Add image link to GetResponse message


Within GetResponse create/edit an email template, within the email editor drag a Custom HTML block into your email and paste in the image code copied from step one, you can now click back to see the image in the email template.




You will now see your image template in the editor with the image with personalisation tags in place.

Step Three: Custom Merge Tags

You can of-course add your own custom merge tags, but you will need to map these to your Hyperise image tags manually.

To do this, when you create a new Merge field in GetResponse, you can name the MERGE field, eg like PROFILE IMAGE URL in the example below:

You can now add the new MERGE tag directly to the Hyperise image code for your GetResponse integration, eg:

<img src="https://img.hyperise.io/i/TUpS03AoG.png?data_source_id=560618&email={{CONTACT`subscriber_email`}}&first_name={{CONTACT`subscriber_name`}}" />

The above is the standard Hyperise image code for GetResponse, we can now add the custom PROFILE IMAGE URL merge tag to this, using the standard GetResponse format of {{CUSTOM''}} and the custom tag name, as below:

<img src="https://img.hyperise.io/i/TUpS03AoG.png?data_source_id=560618&email={{CONTACT`subscriber_email`}}&first_name={{CONTACT`subscriber_name`}}&profile_url={{CUSTOM`profile_image_url`}}" />


Thats it! 

GetResponse will now pass the prospect data it has to the image, which will be created on the fly, as GetResponse sends out the emails.