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Have you encountered any issues using custom fields with a HTML form in GetResponse? Specifically, I am trying to use the custom fields to send additional information in the first autoresponder email, but GetResponse does not seem to be recognizing the custom fields. I have created each custom field in GetResponse and included them in the HTML form, but the custom fields are not being used.

Additionally, I would like to know how to set up an automated funnel with one OTO and one Upsell (and possibly one downsell). Do I need to create multiple campaigns and add rules to move customers from one list to the other?

Finally, I am having issues with emails being sent to Gmail addresses going straight to the spam folder. Is there something I am doing wrong in the emails or is GetResponse having issues sending emails to Gmail addresses?

Regarding your first question about custom fields in GetResponse’s HTML form, it seems that you have created the form correctly and have included the custom fields customField1 and customField2. However, you mentioned that the custom fields are not being received/used by GetResponse.

To troubleshoot this issue, there are a few things you can check:

1. Make sure that the custom fields are set up correctly in GetResponse. Double-check the spelling and formatting of the custom field names in GetResponse and ensure that they match the name attributes of the corresponding input fields in your HTML form.
2. Check if the custom fields are mapped correctly in your email campaign or autoresponder. Custom fields need to be mapped to specific placeholders or tags in your email content for them to be populated with the appropriate subscriber data. Review the settings of your email campaign or autoresponder to ensure that the custom fields are properly mapped.
3. Verify that the form submission is triggering the correct action in GetResponse. When the form is submitted, it should be directed to the appropriate action URL provided by GetResponse (in this case, https://app.getresponse.com/add_subscriber.html). Check if the form submission is indeed triggering the addition of new subscribers to the campaign.
4. Contact GetResponse support for further assistance. If you have checked all the above steps and the issue persists, it would be best to reach out to GetResponse’s support team for personalized assistance. They should be able to help you troubleshoot the issue and provide guidance on using custom fields effectively.

Regarding your second question about creating an automated funnel with OTO and Upsell emails, it is indeed possible to set up such a funnel in GetResponse. The specific steps and configuration will depend on the features and options available in your GetResponse account. It generally involves creating multiple campaigns or automation workflows, setting up rules or triggers to move subscribers between campaigns based on their actions (such as making a purchase), and designing and scheduling the email sequences within each campaign. GetResponse’s support documentation or customer support team would be the best resource to guide you through the process and ensure you are following the correct procedures.

As for your question about how JVZoo works with GetResponse, it appears that JVZoo can integrate with GetResponse through an API key. This integration allows JVZoo to communicate with your GetResponse account, enabling features such as automatic subscriber addition to campaigns or automation workflows when a purchase is made through JVZoo. The exact functionality and capabilities of the integration may vary, so it would be best to refer to the documentation or support resources provided by GetResponse and JVZoo for more detailed information on how the integration works and what features are available.

Finally, regarding the issue of Gmail marking your emails as spam, it’s important to note that email deliverability is a complex and dynamic process that depends on various factors, including the reputation of the sending domain, the content of the email, and the filters and policies of the recipient’s email provider. Although GetResponse has built-in mechanisms to enhance email deliverability, there may still be instances where emails are flagged as spam by certain email providers.

To improve deliverability to Gmail addresses, you can implement best practices for email marketing, such as:

1. Use a reputable email service provider (ESP) like GetResponse that has established relationships with major email providers, including Gmail.
2. Ensure that your email content is relevant, valuable, and compliant with anti-spam guidelines.
3. Authenticate your email domain and set up proper SPF, DKIM, and DMARC records.
4. Monitor your email deliverability and reputation, checking for any blacklisting or issues that may affect your email delivery.
5. Encourage your subscribers to add your email address to their contacts or mark your emails as “not spam” if they land in the spam folder.
6. Test and optimize your email campaigns regularly to maintain high deliverability rates.

It’s worth noting that deliverability issues can sometimes be complex and troubleshooting may require additional technical knowledge or assistance. Consider reaching out to GetResponse’s support team or consulting with an email deliverability specialist for further guidance on improving your email deliverability to Gmail addresses.

It seems like you’re experiencing some issues with GetResponse. Let’s break down your questions:

1) Regarding the custom fields in the HTML form, it appears that you have created the form correctly, but the custom field values are not being received by GetResponse. This could be due to a configuration issue or an error in the form setup. It would be best to double-check your form setup and consult with GetResponse support for further assistance.

2) For automation with autoresponders and email sequences, you can create multiple campaigns in GetResponse and set up rules to move subscribers from one campaign to another based on their actions (such as making a purchase). You can also set up time-based triggers to send emails at specific intervals. It’s recommended to follow GetResponse’s documentation or reach out to their support for step-by-step guidance on setting up your specific funnel with OTOs and Upsells.

Regarding the integration with JVZoo, GetResponse API Key allows you to connect your GetResponse account with JVZoo, a platform for selling digital products. This integration enables automated processes, such as adding subscribers to specific campaigns based on their purchases or other actions on JVZoo.

3) If your emails sent through GetResponse are consistently going to the spam folder of Gmail addresses, it could indicate an issue with email deliverability. GetResponse provides various tools and strategies to improve email deliverability, such as following email deliverability best practices, maintaining a good sender reputation, and avoiding spam triggers in your email content. It’s recommended to review GetResponse’s deliverability guidelines and reach out to their support for specific assistance in resolving the issue.

Overall, it’s advisable to consult with GetResponse support for detailed guidance and troubleshooting specific to your configuration and requirements.

The main issue you are facing is that the custom fields customField1 and customField2 are not being received or used by GetResponse. You have created these custom fields in GetResponse and included them in your HTML form, but they are not being passed to GetResponse when the form is submitted.

To resolve this issue, you should check that the custom fields customField1 and customField2 are properly defined in GetResponse. You can verify their names and ensure they match the names used in your HTML form.

Additionally, you should check that the correct values are being passed to the customField1 and customField2 inputs in your HTML form. Double-check that the values are not empty and that they are being submitted correctly with the form.

As for your second question about automation, you can create an autoresponder in GetResponse that sends a series of emails over a specific period of time. You can set up a sequence of 7 emails with a frequency of 1 email per day. If a user purchases a product, you can use tags or custom fields in GetResponse to move them to another campaign with a different sequence of emails for upselling or cross-selling.

To create this funnel, you can create multiple campaigns in GetResponse, each with its own sequence of emails. You can then use rules or triggers in GetResponse to move subscribers between campaigns based on their actions or behaviors.

Regarding your question about JVZoo and GetResponse, JVZoo is an affiliate marketing platform that can integrate with GetResponse through its API. The integration allows you to automatically add subscribers to your GetResponse campaigns when they make a purchase through JVZoo.

Lastly, it seems that you are experiencing deliverability issues with Gmail, where the emails sent from GetResponse are going to the spam folder. This is a common issue and can happen due to various reasons. It is important to follow best practices for email marketing, such as using double opt-in, sending relevant and engaging content, and ensuring that your email templates are properly formatted. Additionally, you can check if GetResponse’s IP addresses are blacklisted by using tools like MXToolbox or sending a support ticket to GetResponse for further assistance.

In summary, the main issue with the HTML form and custom fields in GetResponse is that the custom field names in the HTML form need to be prefixed with “custom_” while creating the custom fields in GetResponse. For example, if you want to create a custom field named “gender”, in the HTML form, the field should be named “custom_gender”. In GetResponse, the custom field should be created without the “custom_” prefix.

To set up an automated funnel with OTO and Upsell emails, you can create multiple campaigns in GetResponse and use rules or triggers to move subscribers from one campaign to another based on their actions. GetResponse’s support documentation or customer support team can provide guidance on setting up the specific funnel you require.

Regarding the integration between JVZoo and GetResponse, JVZoo can communicate with your GetResponse account through an API key. This integration allows for automatic subscriber addition to campaigns or automation workflows when a purchase is made through JVZoo. The exact functionality and features of the integration may vary, so consulting the documentation or support resources provided by GetResponse and JVZoo will provide more detailed information.

If you are experiencing deliverability issues with Gmail, it is important to follow best practices for email marketing to improve deliverability, such as using a reputable email service provider, ensuring email content is relevant and compliant, authenticating your email domain, monitoring deliverability and reputation, and encouraging subscribers to add your email address to their contacts or mark emails as “not spam”. Consulting GetResponse’s support team or an email deliverability specialist can provide further guidance on improving deliverability to Gmail addresses.

For question 1, the issue with the custom fields in the HTML form not being received or used by GetResponse has been resolved. The custom fields created in the HTML form need to be prefixed with “custom_” and should be named without the prefix in GetResponse. For example, if you want to create a custom field named “gender”, in the HTML form it should be named “custom_gender” and in GetResponse it should be named “gender”. Make sure the custom fields are properly set up in GetResponse and that the values are being passed correctly in the HTML form.

For question 2, you can set up an automated funnel with OTO and Upsell emails by creating multiple campaigns in GetResponse. Use rules or triggers to move subscribers from one campaign to another based on their actions, such as making a purchase. GetResponse’s support documentation or customer support team can provide guidance on setting up the specific funnel you require.

Regarding the integration between JVZoo and GetResponse, JVZoo can communicate with your GetResponse account through an API key. This integration allows for automatic subscriber addition to campaigns or automation workflows when a purchase is made through JVZoo. The specific functionality and features of the integration may vary, so consult the documentation or support resources provided by GetResponse and JVZoo for more detailed information.

If you are experiencing issues with emails sent from GetResponse going to the spam folder of Gmail addresses, it is important to follow best practices for email marketing to improve deliverability. This includes using a reputable email service provider, ensuring email content is relevant and compliant, authenticating your email domain, monitoring deliverability and reputation, and encouraging subscribers to add your email address to their contacts or mark emails as “not spam”. GetResponse’s support team or an email deliverability specialist can provide further guidance on improving deliverability to Gmail addresses.

It seems like the information you provided is not related to GetResponse, but rather a complaint or issue you had with the California Department of Industrial Relations. Unfortunately, I am unable to assist with your specific questions about GetResponse and their custom fields, automation, and email deliverability to Gmail addresses. It would be best to reach out to GetResponse directly for assistance with these issues.

It seems that the main issue is with the custom fields in GetResponse and how they are not being received or used by the software. The user is trying to send specific information in the first email of an autoresponder, but the custom fields are not being utilized. The user is also asking about how to set up automation in GetResponse for a sales funnel with various upsells and downsells. Additionally, there is a question about why emails sent through GetResponse end up in the Gmail spam folder.

Regarding your first question about using custom fields in a GetResponse HTML form, it seems that the custom fields are not being received or used by GetResponse. The purpose of the custom fields is to send specific information in the very first email of the autoresponder. However, in your case, the password field is empty, indicating that GetResponse did not use the custom fields. It is unclear how the custom fields work based on your description.

As for your second question about automation in GetResponse, you want to create an autoresponder with 7 emails for an OTO (One Time Offer) and if the user buys the products, they should be moved to another campaign with 7 emails for an Upsell. After 7 days, they should be moved to another campaign and stop receiving emails. You’re wondering if you should create multiple campaigns and add rules for moving customers from one list to another. It can be assumed that this is the correct process, but without more information about your specific setup and requirements, it is difficult to provide a detailed answer.

Regarding your question about the integration between GetResponse and JVZoo, it is mentioned that you have linked your account with the API Key, but you are unsure of what exactly JVZoo does with the GetResponse account. Without more information, it is not possible to provide a specific answer. JVZoo is an online platform for selling digital products, and the integration with GetResponse may allow for automatic email marketing and list management when someone makes a purchase through JVZoo.

Lastly, you mentioned that when sending emails to Gmail addresses, they go straight to the spam list. The support representative you spoke to suggested that the customer needs to whitelist the email, but you believe there may be an issue with GetResponse’s deliverability to Gmail addresses. It is difficult to determine the exact cause without further information. Deliverability to Gmail addresses can be affected by various factors, including email content, sender reputation, and email authentication. It is recommended to review your email content and ensure that it adheres to best practices, such as avoiding spam trigger words and having a good sending reputation. Additionally, implementing email authentication methods like DKIM and SPF can help improve deliverability.

Based on the information provided, there are a few issues and questions you have about GetResponse.

1) Custom fields in HTML form: It seems like you are having trouble getting the custom fields to work in your HTML form. You have created the form and added the custom fields, but when the form is submitted, GetResponse does not receive or use the values in the custom fields. It’s possible that there is an issue with the configuration of your form or the way you are passing the values to GetResponse. You may want to double-check the names and IDs of the custom fields in your form and ensure that they match the names and IDs you have set up in GetResponse. You can also reach out to GetResponse support for further assistance in troubleshooting this issue.

2) Automation with OTO and Upsell: You are looking for guidance on how to set up an autoresponder series with multiple emails for an OTO (One-Time Offer) and Upsell. You want to move subscribers to different campaigns based on their purchase and have specific email sequences for each campaign. To achieve this, you can set up separate campaigns in GetResponse for each stage of the funnel and configure automation rules to move subscribers between campaigns. You can create a rule that triggers when a subscriber makes a purchase, and use the “Move to” action to move them to the appropriate campaign. You can then set up email sequences within each campaign to send the relevant emails to subscribers. It’s important to plan out the sequence and logic of your campaigns and automation rules beforehand to ensure a seamless flow for your subscribers.

Regarding your question about JVZoo integration with GetResponse, it seems like you have already linked your JVZoo account with GetResponse using the API key. JVZoo integration allows you to automatically add customers who make a purchase through JVZoo to your GetResponse campaign. This integration simplifies the process of capturing customer information and adding them to your email marketing campaigns.

3) Emails going to Gmail spam folder: You mentioned that emails sent from GetResponse are going to the Gmail spam folder, and the suggestion from the GetResponse support team to whitelist the email addresses is not effective. It’s possible that there may be other factors causing your emails to be marked as spam by Gmail. Some common reasons for emails going to the spam folder include low email sender reputation, poor email content quality, and spammy subject lines. To improve deliverability to Gmail, you can follow best practices such as using a reputable email service provider like GetResponse, avoiding spam trigger words and phrases in your email content, personalizing your emails, and regularly monitoring and maintaining a good email sender reputation. It’s also a good idea to periodically check your email content using spam testing tools to identify any potential issues.

Overall, it may be helpful to reach out to GetResponse support for more specific guidance and troubleshooting for the issues you are experiencing.