March 14, 2017 at 4:47 pm #128349
There’s no rush on this because we’re resorting to a different approach, but I’m still trying to figure out what I’m doing wrong with your landing page program and constant contact integration program. Here’s a link to a page which I believe incorporates all the correct information. https://meister-abrasives-toolbox.com/go/new-version-reversed-copyfor-total-cost-calculation-tool-landing-page/ You’ll notice that when you enter the info you’ll see info regarding revisions. I’ve tried to figure out how to remove all edits (revisions) bug haven’t succeeded. I’ve also removed all of the AB tests so that there is the remaining page. And the page is published. When one enters the information and hits submit the moving circle and checkmark would seem to indicate that the info has been forwarded. However, when one enters the landing page address again one finds the entered information. So I’m trying to figure out (A) why when the address appears in the safari address area one can see reference to revisions (B) why I can’t delete all the revisions through the editing area (C) if maybe I’ve neglected some official (published) finale, (D) where the breakdown between landing page and constant contact designated list (total tool calculation etc.) is occurring. You have all my login information but if you need it again let me know. And there is no rush. I appreciate the excellent support you provide to all of us, especially when there is a timing crush. At this point I’d just like to figure out what I’m doing wrong or what it is about the system that won’t connect me with Constant Contact, the specific contact list and which will, in turn, generate the Constant Constant auto response form. Thanks Hudson.March 14, 2017 at 5:54 pm #128366
Robert do you have the power to record videos? I use Jing: https://www.techsmith.com/jing.html
I’m not really able to understand the problem without screenshots or videos.
What I think you may be asking is why does the data entered remain in the fields after submission?
If that is the case this is called form prepopulation and will only show already-entered-data for the person who entered it. This is a feature. If you open the same landing page in an incognito browser you will notice the fields will be blank.March 14, 2017 at 5:55 pm #128368
Also are any leads making it into the constant contact list at all? Or are absolutely none making it in?March 15, 2017 at 9:20 am #128377
I haven’t done any video posts. And none of the leads are making it into the Constant Contact list. What has been happening is that I enter the info into the form the submit button circles and the check icon comes up. If I do a new Safari window and enter the landing page web address what shows up is the landing page I just completed. I need to go back to WordPress, to the landing page, hit edit, then update in order to get a new clear landing page. When I then re-enter the web address into Safari a clean landing page comes up. But the same thing happens when I complete the data fields and submit.
Right now, to bypass landing pages altogether and get our promotion going we’re utilizing Constant Contact for a sign-up form and autoresponder where the respondent can download the calculation tool. However, as you know, there isn’t the creative flexibility available to match what we can accomplish with Inbound NOW. Does this help at all?
RDH (Ross)March 15, 2017 at 1:06 pm #128388This reply has been marked as private.March 17, 2017 at 9:17 am #128458This reply has been marked as private.March 17, 2017 at 3:00 pm #128485
I found the issue. It was with fields not being mapped:
Now the form sends to CC. I know because I got the total cost calculation tool email after submitting.March 20, 2017 at 8:44 am #128520
Thanks so much for your diligence in helping to find and solve my many problems, particularly the ability to link to Constant Contact. I’ve probably driven you a bit crazy over the past few months, but you’ve never wavered in support to your customers.
I’m delighted that you solved the Constant Contact problem. I hope from now on the I’ll be able to complete forms without yelling “HELP” each time. I do, however, want to ask a few questions for follow-up.
1. Can you give me the Internet address of the landing page you used? I want to follow-up and make sure I have the same one. I’m still trying to make sure that I’m doing the editing right and am not sure I have the system down right after I hit publish.
2. How quickly did you get the Constant Contact auto response form to download the Total Cost Estimator?
3. Was there an immediate receipt notice and did it come from Meister or was it the standard Constant Contact “Thank You! We’ve added you to the mailing lists you selected.”
4. I was looking at your edited form. It is the custom fields area and looks complicated. Is there something I should be worried about each time I create a new integration form within a landing page created for a new promotion?
5. Are their any special cautions you or advice you might pass on?
Again, thanks so much for all your help.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.March 20, 2017 at 12:41 pm #128548
1. I tested the form from within the form edit screen. I only checked and setup field mapping for one of your forms. I did not for the other.
2. Within moments of submitting.
3. It seemed like part of an auto-responder series custom setup by you or someone else.
4 & 5. No sir just make sure your fields are always mapped and you should be good.March 20, 2017 at 3:26 pm #128576
Thanks very much Hudson. I think I’ve pretty much got it. Still a little nervous but I’dd do a run through tomorrow and see if everything checks. I was a little worried viewing your edit lead, particularly wppleads_raw-post_data, wp-lead-status and page views. I hope I don’t have to find the data.
I’m figuring that the one form you set up was the basic one. I deleted many of the draft versions to clear things up.
OK, wish me luck!!!!
Thanks very much.
RDH (Ross)March 22, 2017 at 6:18 am #128635
Hi Hudson; Sorry to bother again, but I’m still a bit confused. You had given my a reference guide (how to map inbound now form fields) It seems to be an auto responder form. And I have the form you filled out (Edit Lead) which is very thorough. I also have the total cost revised pages with notes the I think you added. But now I’m confused again because I’m not sure what I missed and make sure to correct. You said that you tested the form from within the form edit screen. I see your form edit but am having problems putting everything together so I don’t make mistakes in the future. This is probably obvious, but I want to do some experimenting before I report to Bruce the we have the problems solved and I feel totally confident going forward. Sorry to bother you again.
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