Mailjet is the email solution for teams to create, send, and monitor marketing emails, transactional emails and SMS. Via its intuitive multi-user, drag-and-drop interface, teams can create impactful email templates together. With over 100K clients and offices worldwide, Mailjet is proud to be both ISO 27001 certified and GDPR-compliant, offering its clients the highest levels of data security and privacy.
The Mailjet integration with Livestorm
Use Zapier to send data from Livestorm to Mailjet and vice versa. Here are some useful Livestorm triggers to get you started.
Send registrants when Webinar ends
This triggers when a webinar ends and sends all the registrants one by one with attendance information. The most basic use case would be to send all your webinar registrants to a campaign on Mailjet. A more advanced use would be to add a filter after the Livestorm trigger and before the Mailjet action, in order to only send emails to attendees, or to registrants who didn't attend. And to filter even more precisely, you can use Livestorm attributes such as "attended at least 70% of the Webinar"
Send webinar invitations when a Webinar is created
This is useful if you already have a contact list ready and want to invite them to your webinar once it's published. For example, if you have a live video podcast show called "The Greatest SaaS Podcast Ever" (a truly awesome name!), you can use this trigger and add a filter to only continue for webinars that contain this string in their title. This way, you ensure your contacts won't receive emails promoting other webinars you host.
Sending data from Mailjet to Livestorm
Add a registrant when a new user subscribes
You can use the "New subscribe" trigger (Triggers when a user subscribes from a certain contacts list.) to register people to a specific webinar. This allows you to handle webinar registrations from your own marketing stack rather than relying on Livestorm's registration pages and emails (however awesome they are 😘).
Passing attributes along
Of course, along with all these automated actions, you can pass attributes as you see fit. You can pass the webinar name along, or on the scope of a single registrant, you can send the data they entered in the registration form's fields. When emailing, the most personalized, the better!