In this article, you will learn how to set up the Leadpages + Drip integration. The bulk of this article will cover the steps that are necessary to set this integration up inside your Leadpages account.

The integration allows you to send an email campaign, or trigger a workflow from your Drip account for subscribers that opt-in via these Leadpages landing page types:

Before getting started, you will want to at minimum have an email campaign or workflow in your Drip account that you would like to use for this integration. Additionally, you will need to take the following steps to grant your Leadpages account limited access to your Drip account.

Activate the Leadpages + Drip integration

First, you will need to activate the Drip integration inside your Leadpages account if you have not already done so.

Step 1: Login to your Leadpages account.

Step 2: Navigate to the Drip integration and click the Connect button.

If you are not already logged in to your Drip account, you will be prompted to do so. If you have multiple Drip accounts, you will be asked to select the account you would like to hook up for this integration. Once your Drip account credentials are confirmed, your Leadpages account is granted limited access to your Drip account. This integration has access to any email campaigns, or workflows that your have created in your Drip account.

You will know that the integration is successfully activated if the Drip integration icon displays a checkmark next to it in the Integrations Page:

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Now that you have successfully integrated your Drip account to your Leadpages account, we can set up the automations.

If you are still unsuccessful at setting up this integration after following the steps above, please contact support and we’d be happy to help.

Leadpages Drag & Drop Template Builder

This example will assume that you have already created a Leadpages Drag & Drop Template. If you still need to create this, please see this article.

This example uses the Video Squeeze Page template. If you’d like, feel free to search for, and select this same template to follow along.

In the Leadpages Drag & Drop template editor, there will be a call to action button that triggers an opt-in form. We will be using that form to send a Drip email campaign, or trigger a workflow for the subscriber.

Step 1: In the template editor, click the call-to-action button, also known as the button widget.

When clicked, the widget settings panel will appear:

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Step 2: Click the blue link icon in the widget settings panel.

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This will cause the panel to expand. When it expands, click the VIEW/EDIT link:

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Clicking on the VIEW/EDIT link will trigger the opt-in form to appear in the template editor.

Enter your mouse cursor in any of the form fields and click in the form field. Once you click in any of the form fields as though you are going to fill out the form yourself, the Edit Your Form sidebar will appear on the left side of your browser window.

This sidebar is where we will be connecting the Drip integration to the opt-in form.

We will be working under the INTEGRATIONS tab.

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Step3: In the Edit Your Form sidebar—slightly underneath the INTEGRATIONS, FIELDS, and FOLLOW-UP tabs, locate the Add an Integration button.

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Step 4: Click the Add an Integration button to trigger a popup that will display all of your connected integrations. Keep in mind that your popup may contain different integrations than those that appear in the following screenshot.

For this example, we will only be concerned that our Drip integration appears in the Add Integration popup.

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If you do not see Drip listed as an integration, please revisit the first phase of this article to set up your integration.

Step 5: Click on the Drip icon.

Then, a list of email campaigns and workflows that have already been created in your Drip account will be viewable.

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If you do not see any workflows or campaigns listed, try clicking the Refresh List link. If there are still no campaign or workflow selections appearing after refreshing the list, double check that you have created either an email campaign or workflow in your Drip account. At this point, Leadpages is searching your Drip account for any workflows or campaigns that you have already created. If there are none created in your Drip account yet, Leadpages will not be able to return any options to you.

When you have selected the campaign or workflow you would like to use, click the Done button in the top right corner of the popup.

If you will be using a workflow, see how you should set it up in your Drip account.

Step 6: Save your form settings.

At the top of the Edit Your Form sidebar, click the Save button to ensure that the modifications to your opt-in form are saved.

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All that is left to do is publish your landing page when it is ready. Additionally, you will want to make sure that your selected campaign or workflow is activated in your Drip account.

Leadpages Standard Template Builder

This example will assume that you have already created a Leadpages Standard Template. If you still need to create this, please see this article.

This example uses the Easy E-Book Sales Page standard template. If you’d like, feel free to search for, and select this same template to follow along.

In the Leadpages Standard Template editor, there will be a call to action button that triggers a Leadbox form. We will be using that form to send a Drip email campaign, or trigger a workflow for the subscriber.

Step 1: In the template editor, click on the call-to-action button.

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Clicking the CTA button will trigger the Leadbox form to appear. It will also reveal the Integration settings sidebar.

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Step 2: In the Integration settings, search for your Drip integration in the Integrate form with: drop-down selector. The Drip integration will be located under the API Integrations heading.

Keep in mind that your drop-down selector may contain different integrations than those that appear in the following screenshot.

For this example, we will only be concerned that our Drip integration appears in the drop-down selector.

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If you do not see Drip listed as an integration, please revisit the first phase of this article to configure your integration.

Step 3: Once you have selected Drip from the drop-down selector, an additional drop-down selector, Using:, will appear. Select the Drip email campaign or workflow that you would like to integrate into this Leadbox.

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If you do not see any of the email campaigns, or workflows that you have already created in your Drip account, click the Reload button and search the drop-down selector once more. If you still do not see any campaigns or workflows, double check that you have created an email campaign or workflow in your Drip account. Leadpages is searching your Drip account for any workflows or campaigns that have already been created. If there are none created in your Drip account yet, Leadpages will not be able to return any options to you.

If you will be using a workflow, see how you should set it up in your Drip account.

Step 4: Once you have selected the campaign or workflow, click the X to close the Leadbox (we will save our changes in the next step).

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Step 5: Save your changes by clicking the green Save button towards the upper right corner of the template editor.

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All that is left to do is publish your landing page when it is ready. Additionally, you will want to make sure that your selected campaign or workflow is activated in your Drip account.

How to set up the workflow

If you will be using this integration to trigger a workflow for subscribers, it is recommended to set up the workflow with an undefined trigger.

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However, even if the workflow you have chosen has a defined trigger, it will still accept the subscriber. The below screenshot gives an example of how the subscriber will begin the funnel:

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Tips & Frequently Asked Questions

I’m still having trouble setting up this integration