How to integrate Doppler with OptinMonster through Zapier

Are you looking to connect OptinMonster with Doppler? If so, we have good news for you! Using Zapier you’ll be able to do it, simply by taking advantage of the power of Webhooks. Keep in mind that Zapier is a paid service. Although they provide a free trial if you wish to test their services and determine if they’re a good fit for your needs. Check out this post and see how you can easily integrate with more than 800 apps.

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Step by step to connect Doppler with OptinMonster via Zapier

This integration starts with a Zap. Once you’ve logged into your Zapier account, you’ll need to create a new Zap. Just click the “Make A Zap!” button at the top of your account.

Login into your Zapier account.

Zapier will ask you what type of “Trigger” you want to create, and you just need to select the “Webhooks by Zapier” option.

Select Webhooks by Zapier.

Now a few configuration options will appear on your screen. The first is whether you want your Webhook to be a “Retrieve Poll” or “Catch Hook”. Choose “Catch Hook”.

Define a "Catch Hook" webhook.

Then just click the “Save + Continue” button.

Click “Save + Continue”.
Now Zapier will provide you the option to Pick off a “Child Key”. Leaving this option blank will allow you to access all the data available in your OptinMonster account. In this example we’re going to leave this field empty and click the “Continue” button to proceed.

Pick off a “Child Key”.

Finally, Zapier will give you a Webhook URL. This information must be used in the upcoming steps, so just save it in a Notepad.

Copy the Webhook URL.

Now it’s time to connect the Webhook with OptinMonster. In order to do this you should create a campaign in OptinMonster. Once you are located inside the “Campaign Builder” select the “Integrations” tab to view the “Integrations panel“.

Select the “Integrations” tab.

Input Webhook in the “Email Provider” field.

Write webhook in the “Email Provider”.

After that, just paste the Webhook URL provided by Zapier in the “Webhook URL” field. You could also add a unique “Account Label” for easy future identification.

Paste the Webhook URL.

Now you just need to click the “Connect with Webhook” button.

Click on “Connect with Webhook”.

Once connected, you’ll see the following message in the “Integrations” panel:

Once connected you'll receive this message.

It’s time to test your Webhook in Zapier to ensure it’s working properly. Return to the Zap setup screen in your account and click the “OK, I did this” button.

Test your Webhook in Zapier.

If the whole process was correct you’ll see a “Test Successful!” message in Zapier.

Test Successful!

Now that you’ve connected your Zapier Webhook to OptinMonster, you’re ready to configure the data that will be sent for each campaign submission. Select the “Continue” button in the Zap setup screen to proceed.

Click the “Continue” button.

Finally it’s time to select Doppler and define which action will the integration perform in your account. Keep in mind that you can “Add”, “Update” or even “Remove” Subscribers from any of your Lists.

Define which action will the integration perform.

And that’s it! Now it’s time to convert leads into clients!

Have a great Campaign!


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