Rapidology™ Documentation

Create Your Rapidology™ Opt-in Form

This article provides step--by—step instructions for creating opt-in forms in Rapidology™.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Click on the Rapidology™ > Email Optins link in your WordPress Dashboard. You can also click on the "Home" icon on the Rapidology™ settings page to open up the main settings tab.
  2. Click the New Optin button.
  3. Select the type of opt-in you want to create.

Once you select your opt-in type, you will be taken to the opt-in creation screen where you can adjust the various opt-in settings. These settings are broken into three categories:

Set Up Your Opt-in Form:

Step Action

  1. Set a name for your opt-in form; this name will be used on the homepage tab and in your stats.
  2. Once you have selected an account, you will be given a lists associated email lists for that account. Select the list from the dropdown menu that you would like to use. Note: If you haven’t already added an account you can do so from this tab as well.
  3. Click the Next: Design Your opt-in button to proceed. WARNING: Once you click the Save and Exit button you will not be able to edit the content of your opt-in form but you will be able to change the template.

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Customizing Your Rapidology™ Opt-in Form

Once you’ve set up your opt-in form, you’ll go to the Design tab to customize the look and style.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. From the Design Tab, choose a template. These pre--made templates are intended to be starting points. Browse through the 100+ design variations and select an option that fits your needs.
  2. Click the next button to customize your design.
  3. Set your opt-in title and message.
    • Optin Title - -The header that will appear at the top of your form in large text.
    • Optin Message -- This text below your header; uses a smaller font size.

Use these fields to describe your offer.You can also leave them blank if you don't want to include any text in your opt-in. You can adjust font color, weight and orientation.

  1. Change the image settings.
    • Image Orientation — The image can appear above or below, or to the left or right of your title and message.
    • Image URL — Link to a static online resource, or add one by clicking the "Upload an Image" button.
    • Image Load-In Animation — You can choose a load-in animation that will occur when the image is first loaded to the animation.
    • Hide Image On Mobile -- You can choose to hide the image on mobile devices, giving you more room for your title, message and input fields.
  1. Style your optin content. You can change the:
    • Background Color
    • Header Font.
    • Body Font
    • Text Color (This will change the color of both your opt-in header and body.)
    • Corner Style
    • Border Orientation - Apply a border to all 4 edges, or single edges.
    • Border Color
    • Border Style
  1. Adjust the form settings.
    • Form Orientation
    • Name Field
    • Email Text (Placeholder)
    • Button Text
    • Button Text Color - Here you can adjust the color of the text used within the submission button.
  1. Set the style for the form.
    • Form Field Orientation
    • Form Field Corner Style
    • Form Text Color
    • Form Background Color
    • Button Color
    • Button Text Color
  1. Add a Success Message. This text will appear after a visitor has successfully opted-in.
  2. Add more customizations to your form. Add custom code that will apply to your current form.
  3. Click the “Next: Display Settings” button OR click the “Generate Shortcode” button (for Inline) NOTE: Widget opt-ins will be accessible through your Wordpress Admin Panel under Appearance >Widgets.

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Installing and Activating the Rapidology™ Plugin

This article will walk you step--by--step through installing and activating the Rapidology™ Plugin.

Download the PlugIn

You can download your plugin from https://www.rapidology.com/download. It is important to note that some browsers (such as Safari) will unzip the plugin automatically. You’ll have to use a browser that doesn’t unzip the file in order for it to be installed correctly. Once you’ve downloaded the Rapidology™ plugin, you can install your new plugin by following the instructions below.

Upload the Plugin to Wordpress

  1. Log in to your WordPress Dashboard, click “Plugins” and select the “Add New” link. This will bring up the Add Plugins page where you can upload your Rapidology™ plugin.
  2. Click “Upload Plugin”
  3. Click the Browse button on the left side of the screen. This will open a local browser window where you can browse your local machine to find the Rapidology™ plugin you just downloaded. Once you find it, click the “Open” button. You’ll see the plugin name appear in the Add Plugins area.
  4. Click “Install Now” to install the plugin.

Activate the Plugin

Click on the “Activate Plugin” link and your plugin will be activated! Congratulations on getting your Rapidology™ plugin uploaded and activated!

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Managing Your Rapidology™ Opt-in Forms

All of your opt-in forms appears on the main screen of the Rapidology™ settings panel.

From this screen you can:

  1. Generate Shortcodes - The shortcode icons will appear for all locked content and inline opt-ins. Clicking this icon will display the shortcode needed for that specific form.
  2. Create and Manage Split Tests - Create multiple variations of the same opt-in form, and then test those variations to determine which form has the highest conversion rate.
  3. Disable - Makes an opt-in form inactive without deleting it. Once selected, the form will no longer be displayed on your website, and will be under the inactive opt-ins list. It can be reactivated any time.
  4. Duplicate - Use this to create a new variation based off an existing design, or a different opt-in type using the same design settings. Clicking the duplicate icon, will present the option to change the opt-in type while retaining your design settings.
  5. Delete - Permanently delete an optin form.
  6. Modify - Clicking the modify icon takes you to the opt-in creation screen where you can change Setup, Design and Display options.

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Creating and Running Split Tests with Rapidology™

With Rapidology™ you can track the conversion rate of your opt-in boxes as well as create variants to compare and find out which one is working best for you. This article will guide you through creating and running split tests with Rapidology™.

How it works:

Split testing can be used to help you improve conversion performance; it allows you to compare the performance of multiple variations of the same opt-in form so you can determine which one is the most effective.

You can test different headlines, font colors, images, offers, etc. During a split test, different opt-in forms are randomly shown to visitors. The conversion rate of each variant of the form can be compared to determine what version of your opt-in form gets the best results. The variant that results in the highest number of opt-ins is the winner of the test.

You can create a split test for any of the Rapidology™ opt-in forms.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Navigate to the Rapidology™ > Email opt-ins tab in the WordPress Dashboard to display a list of your current opt-ins.
  2. Click the split testing icon to start a split test.
  3. Click the "Add Variant" button to create a variant of your opt-in form.
  4. Complete the setup options for this variant.
  5. Change the design options that you want to test for: change the headline, button color, background color, Call to Action text.
  6. Change the display settings: Change the trigger, the animation, etc. Note: Depending on the type of opt-in form you have created, the Display Settings may not be available.
  7. Click "Save & Exit," to add the new variation to your opt-in list.
  8. Create additional variants.

The new variants you create will appear below the main opt-in in your test. Once you’ve completed the creation of the variations that you are going to test, it's time to start the test.

  1. Click the "Start Test" button to begin the split test.

Once the test has been started, you can also suspend the test at any time by clicking the "pause test" button.

  1. Monitor the conversion rate of each opt-in variant through the duration of your split test.

You can view the conversion rate within the list of opt-ins and on the Rapidology™ stats page.

  1. Click the “End Test and Pick Winner” button when your test has provided you enough data or at the end of the designated time frame. A list of the variations ranked by performance will appear.
  1. Click the opt-in form you want to declare the winner. The form that you declare as a winner will continue displaying on your site. WARNING: The opt-ins not chosen as the winner, will be deleted.

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Setting Display Options for Rapidology™ Opt-in Forms

The opt-in display settings control how, where, and when your opt-in forms appear.

Display options settings are not available for Widget, Inline or Locked Content opt-in forms. Inline and Locked Content forms are displayed using shortcodes. WIdget forms are managed via the Appearance > Widget option on your Wordpress panel.

For Pop-Up, Fly-In or Below Post opt-ins, display settings are used to control where your opt-in will appear. For example, you can display your opt-in across your entire site, or set it to display only on individual pages.

For Pop-Up and Fly-In opt-in forms, you can also set "triggers" that affect when your opt-in is displayed. For example, a Pop-Up may exists on all posts, but is only triggered when a visitor makes a comment.

Here’s an overview of the Display Settings you can set for your Rapidology™ opt-in Forms

Load-In Settings

Display On Settings

These settings allow you choose exactly where your opt-in form is displayed.

Display on Individual Posts & Pages

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Sharing Rapidology™ Opt-in Forms

This article will walk you step—by—step how to import or export any opt-in forms you’ve created using Rapidology™ and use them on another site.

How it works:

Imagine you’ve spent a considerable amount of time creating opt-ins, making them just right. Now imagine you want to create a new website for a different type of business you have dreamed of creating and you want to use the same opt-in forms you built in Rapidology™ on this new website.

It would be so frustrating to have to start over from scratch when you already have these great opt-ins just sitting on another site. Well, with Rapidology™ you don’t have to start over.

You can export the opt-in forms you’ve created, and then import them into your new site. You can use them just as they are when they’re imported, or use them as a template and adjust them to fit your new sites design language.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Exporting your Rapidology™ opt-ins is a snap. To start, you’ll want to open the Rapidology™ Import/Export settings.
  2. Next click the Export button.
  3. Clicking the export button will compile all the settings for your existing Rapidology™ opt-in forms, and allow you to download them as a .json file to your computer. You can use this file to import these opt-in forms into another site that has Rapidology™ installed.
  4. Importing Rapidology™ opt-in forms is just as simple. Start by opening the Rapidology™ Import/Export settings.
  5. Click the Choose FIle button.
  6. Browse to and select the .json file you wish to import.
  7. Click the Import button.
  8. Once the import is complete, your opt-in forms will show up in your Rapidology™ opt-ins menu.

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Creating and Using Shortcodes in Rapidology™

Example: There are two types of opt-ins you can create a shortcode for: Locked Content and Inline. Using the shortcode for these two optins allows you place your forms anywhere within your site. You can access Rapidology™ short-codes from the settings panel or the Rapidology™ Shortcodes button in the post editor.

What is a Shortcode?

A shortcode is a piece of code that has been simplified for ease of use, and will look something like this: [et_rapidology_inline optin_id="optin_4"] Copying and pasting this code into the WordPress post editor will display the associated opt-in on the post or page you are adding it to.

Generating a Shortcode During Creation of Opt-In

Shortcodes are only created for Locked Content and Inline opt-in forms. After you create either of these opt-in types, you will see a "Generate Shortcode" button on the final tab of the settings page. Clicking this button will display the shortcode that you can copy and paste into your post or page.

Retrieving a Shortcode from your list of Opt-ins

You can also find a shortcode for an Inline or Locked Content form from within the Rapidology™ Settings page by clicking the shortcode icon for the opt-in you want to use.

Grabbing a Shortcode From Within the WordPress Post Editor

All of your opt-ins with shortcodes are also easily accessible right from the WordPress Post Editor. At any time while creating a post, you can use the Rapidology™ button within the post editor to add a shortcode to our post. You can click the button to view a list of available opt-ins and select the one that you want to add.

Using The Locked Content Shortcode

The locked content shortcode is special in that it must be "wrapped around" the content that you would like to lock. When you generate the shortcode you will see that it has two parts: [et_rapidology_locked optin_id="optin_5"] and [/et_rapidology_locked]. Whatever content is placed in between these two parts will be locked and only revealed when the visitor subscribes to your list. Please see the screenshot below for an example.

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Adding a Salesforce Account to Rapidology

This article will walk you step-by-step through how to: add a Salesforce account to your Rapidology plugin.

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a Salesforce account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click Salesforce in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name, Instance Number, Consumer key, Consumer secret, Salesforce username, Salesforce password, and the Security token for your Salesforce account.
  1. To find your Consumer key in your Salesforce account, click Setup.
  2. Next click Create (admin panel, left side, under Build)
  3. Under Create, click Apps
  4. If you already have connected apps, click the Live App version. If you do not, click New to create a connected app.
  5. Copy and paste the Consumer Key under API to your Consumer key field in Rapidology.
  6. Back in Salesforce, click to reveal your Consumer secret. Copy and paste Consumer secret in the appropriately named field in Rapidology.
  7. Next enter your username and password in the Salesforce username and password fields in Rapidology.
  8. Copy and paste your Security token from your Salesforce initial setup email in the Security token field in Rapidology.
  9. Click Authorize
  10. Finally, click Save & Exit to complete Salesforce setup in Rapidology.

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Adding an ActiveCampaign Account to Rapidology

This article will walk you step-by-step through how to: add an ActiveCampaign account to your Rapidology plugin.

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up an ActiveCampaign account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click ActiveCampaign in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name, API URL, and API Key for your ActiveCampaign account.
  1. To find your API URL and Key in your ActiveCampaign account, go to your account management menu.
  2. Next, click on My Settings.
  3. Click API.
  4. Copy your API URL and Key.
  5. Go back to your Rapidology plugin, and paste your API URL and Key into the appropriate fields for ActiveCampaign.
  6. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to ActiveCampaign and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  7. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology and your ActiveCampaign accounts.

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Adding a Campaign Monitor Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a Campaign Monitor account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click Campaign Monitor in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key for your Campaign Monitor account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the Campaign Monitor. The API Key will be found in your Campaign Monitor account.
  8. To find your API Key in your Campaign Monitor account, go to Account Settings > Show API Key.
  9. Copy the API Key to your Rapidology™ plugin
  10. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to Campaign Manager and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  11. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your Campaign Manager accounts.

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Adding a Constant Contact Account to Rapidology™

This article will walk you step-by-step through how to: add a Constant Contact account to your Rapidology™ plugin.

Step-by-Step Instructions

NOTE: Before you can link your Constant Contact to Rapidology™ you’ll need to create a Constant Contact Developer Account to obtain your API and register a Token. These will be used to authenticate your account.

Once you have your API and Token, proceed with connecting your account to Rapidology™.

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click Constant Contact in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key, and a Token for your Constant Contact account.
  6. Choose an Account Name, then enter your API Key and Token.
  7. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to Constant Contact and verify the API Key and Token you entered is valid)
  8. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your Constant Contact accounts.

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Adding a Hubspot Account to Rapidology

This article will walk you step-by-step through how to: add a Hubspot account to your Rapidology plugin.

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a Hubspot account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click Hubspot in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key for your Hubspot account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP. The API Key will be found in your Hubspot account.
  8. To find your API Key in your Hubspot account, go to your account management menu.
  9. Next, click on Integrations
  10. Click Get your Hubspot API Key
  11. Click View KEY to display your API.
  12. Copy your API Key, return to your Rapidology plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for Hubspot.
  13. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to Hubspot and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  14. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology and your Hubspot accounts.

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Adding an Emma Account to Rapidology

This article will walk you step-by-step through how to: add an Emma account to your Rapidology plugin.

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up an Emma account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click Emma in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name, Public API Key, Private API Key, and the Account ID for your Emma account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. Public API Key: The Public API Key is equivalent to a Username in the Emma integration. The Public API Key will be found in your Emma account.
  8. Private API Key: The Private API Key is equivalent to a Password for the Emma integration. The Public API Key will be found in your Emma account.
  9. Account ID: The Account ID is another form of verification that Emma uses to confirm you’re the one attempting to connect to your Emma data. This will also be found in your Emma account.
  10. To find the API Keys for your Emma account, go to your account management menu.
  11. Next, click on Settings & Billing
  12. Click API Key
  13. Here you will find your Public and Private API Keys and your Account ID. Copy each of these settings and paste them into the appropriate fields in the Emma integration setup wizard.
  14. Once you have entered all the required data, click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to Emma and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  15. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology and your < ESP > accounts.

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Adding a Feedblitz Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a Feedblitz account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click Feedblitz in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key for your Feedblitz account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP. The API Key will be found in your Feedblitz account.
  8. To find your API Key in your Feedblitz account, go to My Account > API Keys.
  9. Go back to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for Feedblitz.
  10. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to Feedblitz and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  11. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your

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Adding a GetResponse Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a GetResponse account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click GetResponse in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key for your GetResponse account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP. The API Key will be found in your GetResponse account.
  8. To find your API Key in your GetResponse account, go to your account management menu.
  9. Next, click on Account Details.
  10. Click GetResponse API
  11. Go back to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for GetResponse.
  12. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to GetResponse and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  13. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your GetResponse accounts.

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Adding a iContact Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a iContact account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel. Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click iContact in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name, App ID, Username, and Password for your iContact account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. App ID: This is a special code that you can create within the iContact App ID generator.
  8. Username: This is the username you use to access your iContact account.
  9. Password: This is the password you use to access your iContact account.
  10. To obtain your App ID in your iContact account, go to the App ID Generator.
  11. Copy the API KEY. Go back to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for iContact.
  12. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to iContact and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  13. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your iContact accounts.

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Adding a MadMimi Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a MadMimi account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click MadMimi in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key for your MadMimi account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP. The API Key will be found in your MadMimi account.
  8. To find your API Key in your MadMimi account, go to your account management menu.
  9. Click the API tab (on on the right side of the page) and copy the API Key.
  10. Go back to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for MadMimi.
  11. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to MadMimi and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  12. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your MadMimi accounts.

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Adding a MailChimp Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a MailChimp account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel. Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click MailChimp in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key for your MailChimp account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP. The API Key will be found in your MailChimp account.
  8. To find your API Key in your MailChimp account, go to your account management menu.
  9. Next, click on Account.
  10. Click Extras.
  11. Next, click API keys.
  12. Copy the API KEY
  13. Go back to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for MailChimp.
  14. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to MailChimp and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  15. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your MailChimp accounts.

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Adding a MailPoet Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a MailPoet account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click MailPoet in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. The nice thing about MailPoet is, as it is a WordPress plugin too, it’s already tied to your WordPress account, so there’s no extra steps. As seen below.
  6. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name for your MailPoet account.
  7. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  8. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to the MailPoet plugin on your WordPress account and confirm it is functioning.)
  9. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your

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Adding a SendInBlue Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a SendInBlue account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button. This will bring you to the account creation screen.
  4. Click SendInBlue in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key for your SendInBlue account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP. The API Key will be found in your SendInBlue account.
  8. To find your API Key in your SendInBlue account, click on the API & Integration button.
  9. Next, click on Manage Your Key.
  10. This will display a page where you can view your current keys, or generate a new one.
  11. Copy the API KEY
  12. Go back to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for SendInBlue.
  13. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to SendInBlue and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  14. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your SendInBlue accounts.

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Adding an AWeber Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up an AWeber account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click AWeber in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and Authorization Code for your AWeber account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. Authorization Code: The Authorization Code is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP.
  8. Aweber requires an authorization code to link the account. To get this code, you will need to click the "Generate authorization code" link.
  9. You will be linked out to an AWeber login window. Login just as you would to AWeber.
  10. Copy the Authorization Code displayed.
  11. Go back to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your Authorization Code into the Authorization Code field.
  12. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to AWeber and verify the Authorization Code you entered is valid)
  13. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and you AWeber accounts.

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Adding an InfusionSoft Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up an InfusionSoft account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click InfusionSoft in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name, API Key, and Application Name for your InfusionSoft account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP. The API Key will be found in your InfusionSoft account.
  8. Application Name: You will need to register an Application within your Infusionsoft.com account, and then add the name of that Application here.
  9. To find your API Key in your InfusionSoft account, hover over the InfusionSoft menu.
  10. Next, click on Settings, under Admin.
  11. Click on Application.
  12. Copy the API KEY
  13. Go back to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for InfusionSoft.
  14. The last piece of data you need for linking your InfusionSoft account is the Application Name. This can be found in the URL for your InfusionSoft account, located between the “https://” and the “.infusionsoft...”
  15. Now Paste the Application Name in the Application Name field in Rapidology™.
  16. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to InfusionSoft and verify the API Key and Application Name you entered is valid)
  17. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your InfusionSoft accounts.

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Adding an Ontraport Account to Rapidology™

How it works: Before you can create a functional opt-in form, you must first link Rapidology™ to your email service provider (ESP)/email newsletter software. Once linked, Rapidology™ will be able to send subscriber data to lists within your ESP. In this walkthrough, we will be setting up a Ontraport account.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Open Rapidology™ from your WordPress Admin panel.
  2. Click the Email Accounts button at the top right of the Rapidology™ control panel.
  3. Click the New Account button.
  4. This will bring you to the account creation screen. Click Ontraport in the Select Email Provider drop-down list.
  5. You will now be prompted to enter the Account Name and API Key for your Ontraport account.
  6. Account Name: You can name the account anything you’d like, it is simply a way for you to reference the account by.
  7. API Key: The API Key is a special code that is used to authenticate your account with the ESP. The API Key will be found in your Ontraport account.
  8. APP ID: The API ID is a special code that is obtained from Ontraport, that is used in combination with your API Key, to authenticate your account.
  9. To find your API Key in your Ontraport account, go to your account management menu, and click on Administration.
  10. Click Ontraport API Instructions and Key Manager.
  11. Copy the API key and paste it to your Rapidology™ plugin, and paste your API Key into the API Key field for Ontraport account settings.
  12. Go back
  13. Now, go back to Ontraport, and copy the APP ID.
  14. Paste the APP ID in Rapidology™.
  15. Next Click AUTHORIZE (This will reach out to Ontraport and verify the API Key you entered is valid)
  16. Finally, you can click Save & Exit to complete the linking of Rapidology™ and your Ontraport accounts.

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