Drip is honored to be on the just-announced list of Zapier’s Fastest Growing Apps of 2017, in the company of popular integrations like Facebook Lead Ads, Google Forms, Big Cartel, and many more. Click here to see the whole list, and learn more about Zapier and Drip together.
Zapier offers countless ways to connect the apps that are crucial to your digital marketing—and then automate interactions between them.
These automation options become even more powerful, when you fully integrate Zapier with an email marketing automation platform, like Drip. If you haven’t already explored how Drip and Zapier work in harmony together, we think you’ll find tons of neat things you can do.
You’ll notice there are more than 20 triggers and actions in Drip, that can send data to, or pull data from, hundreds of different tools you already use.
In the past, connecting these separate parts of your marketing stack would’ve required paying an experienced programmer—or it might’ve been simply impossible altogether.
But with the magic of Drip and Zapier working together, you can connect tools and automate tasks with Drip and Zapier, all by yourself—and you can start for free.
Here’s everything you’ll need:
- A free Drip account, which is free forever for up to 100 subscribers.
- A free Zapier account, which allows you to run up to five “Zaps” at a time.
Zaps are Zapier’s name for the automated tasks between services you connect, like your shopping cart and your CRM, or your quiz software and your email marketing tool. You can start creating Zaps as soon as you’ve logged in to Zapier. Zaps allow you to pass data back and forth between tools and trigger actions in those same tools, based on events in one tool or the other.
When a Zap pushes data into your Drip account, you can do things like:
- Create or update a subscriber.
- Trigger an event.
- Add a subscriber to a campaign.
- 10+ other options.
Zaps can also send data from your Drip account to another tool when things happen like:
- A custom event is recorded.
- A subscriber visits a page on your website.
- A subscriber clicks a link in an email.
- And many more.