Our Zapier App Enters Private Beta [And You’re Invited]

Zapier App In Private Beta

The SocketLabs Zapier App is in private beta and you’re invited to use it.

What’s Zapier?

Zapier is a web automation tool that lets you easily move your important data (like new email subscribers) between platforms without a developer who has specialized API experience.

Why did we build a Zapier App?

There’s a good chance that most of your important data is spread out across a number of different apps and web services. Without the proper resources, it can be difficult and time consuming to automate the process of sharing data between SocketLabs and the other platforms that you’re using. So, we did the heavy lifting for you, by creating a Zapier app that will finally allow you to sync your data with SocketLabs.

We’ve highlighted a few things that you can do with the Zapier App below:

What can I do with the Zapier App?

With the first version of the SocketLabs Zapier App, we are giving you the ability to create zaps for three key actions:

1) Add a contact to your list: You can now add contacts from another web service or app, to a list in your SocketLabs account. For example, if you run an e-commerce store on a platform like Shopify, you can add a new customer to a segmented email list in your SocketLabs account.

2) Remove a contact from a list: In addition to adding a contact to a list, you can also use Zapier to remove a contact from a list. This is especially useful in situations when you need to move a contact out of a specific email list after a purchase is made.

3) Send an email: You can also use Zapier to send an email directly from your SocketLabs account. This action, which is built upon our reliable Injection API, can be used when you want to send out an immediate transactional or marketing email after a customer takes an action on your website.

How do I get access?

First, you’ll need a Zapier account. If you don’t already have one, then you can join free here.

After you setup your Zapier account, use the invite link below.

Yes, I want to try the SocketLabs Zapier app >>

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