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Interspire lists question

Discussion in 'CPA' started by PurpleLaze, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. PurpleLaze

    PurpleLaze Registered Member

    Feb 11, 2010
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    FLA, USA
    Hey all,

    Getting a CL cpa campaign up and running and I just set up my delayed autoresponder in Interspire. I was looking through the list options and noticed it looked like I had to either input contacts manually or send them in a bulk file.

    Is there a way to automatically import my list into Interspire from contacts in my inbox? Currently using my web server's email client, which is Squirrelmail. The only way I can think of is periodically adding them in bulk to the list.

    It just almost defeats the purpose of having an autoresponder if the contacts have to be added to the list manually.

    Thanks in advance!
  2. ebiz4money

    ebiz4money Newbie

    Sep 1, 2011
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    Not sure I completely understand you...

    The people in your Squirrel Mail contact list are sign-ups for your CPA offer, and you want to import that list into Interspire? It appears the only way to add them to Interspire is to upload them from Squirrel Mail into Excel and create csv file which would then be uploaded into Interspire. I'm not familiar with Squirrel Mail, but you may be able to save a copy of your contact list in a csv format without having to create one in Excel - you would have to check the file saving options in Squirrel Mail to find out since I don't know if that option is available for sure.

    IMHO it would make better sense to create new a subscription form in Interspire that will automatically add all sign-ups to the mailing list created for that CPA offer and its corresponding autoresponder, and replace the one ur using now with the new one. This way your autoresponder can post your scheduled messages to everyone on the list and you can eliminate this nightmare in the future.

    Lastly; if you're not already aware of it, if you click the help button within Interspire it will open the User Manual. There you can find detailed instructions about Using Forms and more in the Table of Contents.

    Hope this sheds a little light on things for you.

    Interspire is a really great program. It just takes a bit of time to learn about all the many powerful time and cost saving features it offers, so don't give up on it yet. :D
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    Last edited: Oct 1, 2011