How to Build Email List with Sendinblue in WordPress
An integral part of running a business is growing an email list. If you do it right, you can grow your customer base and increase conversion rates. But you will need the right tools by your side to do that.
So, today, we will be showing you how a simple sendinblue integration can help you build your email list.
If you are looking for the most innovative platform that can help you grow your business, then look no further. sendinblue will provide you with the perfect marketing & sales tools to thrive in your niche.
Some of the most impressive features that sendinblue provides are:
- Email marketing
- Transaction email
- Facebook ads
- Landing pages
- Email heat map
- A/B testing
- Real-time statistics, etc.
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- 70+ prebuilt form templates
- 45+ input fields
- 35+ integration
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How to set up sendinblue integration
Setting up a sendinblue integration is straightforward. Especially if you use a skillful form builder plugin. Today, we will be using FLuent Forms to demonstrate how to integrate sendinblue to WordPress. Fluent Forms is beginner-friendly, quick, and really simple.
But you can also choose other form builders that provide sendinblue integration. But we can’t vouch for how easy that’s going to be. That being said, let’s go!
Step 1: Enable the sendinblue module
To set up your sendinblue integration, first, you need to head to the Fluent Forms Pro dashboard. Locate the integrations module there, and scroll to the sendinblue module.
Toggle it on to enable the module.
Step 2: Configure sendinblue settings
After enabling the module, you are going to configure the settings. Click on the Settings icon on the lower right side of the module.
Or, you can head to the Global Settings and select sendinblue from there. Here, you will be asked for a sendinblue V3 API Key.
To get this key, head over to your sendinblue account and go to the transactional section of the menu. Click on the API settings from the Configuration tab. You will find the API key in the SMTP settings tab.
Copy it, and paste it on the Fluent Forms dashboard. Click Save Settings.
Step 3: Create sendinblue feed
Now, to create a sendinblue feed, open up the form you need and go to the Settings & Integrations. Locate the Marketing & CRM Integrations tab from the side menu and click on the Add New Integrations button.
Choose the sendinblue integration from the dropdown menu and define the feed.
Step 4: Design
Your sendinblue integration is all set. But there’s still a thing or two that you can do. Your form is designed to collect information. And it can’t do that if it is not attractive enough.
So, after you are done creating your form, click on the Save Form. Then click on the Preview & Design form, and you will be redirected to a preview page. Here there is a well-equipped global styler, which you can use to stylize your form. You can choose from a template or go ahead and bring your own flair.
sendinblue integration and so much more
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Mahiyath is a digital marketer for Fluent Forms. She likes to explore through the alleys of WordPress and learn about the themes and plugins, currently specializing in WordPress forms. When she’s not doing that, she’s planning her next adventure.
6 responses to “How to Build Email List with Sendinblue in WordPress”
It does not works for me. It returns me a text saying “Contact does not exist”. How can I solve it?
Would be great if upon submitting the form a “custom event” could be sent to Sendinblue.
This way a marketing automation could be triggered in a very flexible way using other form fields.
Is this an option in Fluent Forms Pro?