This is why, we decided to help you automate your tasks better, faster and make the process easier by integrating Zapier with our QR Code Solution.
What is Zapier?
Zapier is an online automation tool that connects over 1,500 apps. You can create custom workflows so that when one action is triggered, an automated task starts running in the background. And, you can do all this without any coding or relying on developers.
3. Under ‘My Apps’, you will find ‘Connected Accounts’. Search for Beaconstac and click on it.
4. A new window will pop-up. Enter your Developer Token and Organization ID here. (You can find this information under ‘My Account’ on the Beaconstac dashboard.)
5. And, you’re done! Now you can start creating Zaps.
What can you do with the Zapier integration?
Get notified every time a user scans your QR Code
Need to know if your QR Code campaign is working?
Now, you or your team can get notified via Gmail or Slack whenever a user scans your QR Code. This is fruitful for pilot tests, split A/B testing, ensuring scannability when a customized QR Code has been used and the overall efficacy of a campaign.
You can change the Trigger Event to ‘New Form Response’ and send leads an email when they leave their email address in a lead generation or feedback form. Realtors, retailers, SMBs can use this to send leads or customers a welcome email, their latest newsletter, use their email to start a drip campaign using MailChimp.
Instead of creating a one-step integration, you can also create multi-step Zaps to connect more apps.
Sneh is a Content Marketer at Beaconstac. When she’s not obsessing over customized QR Codes, she can be found fawning over dogs or bingeing on Netflix. To discuss content marketing or anything else under the sun, reach out to her on Twitter or LinkedIn.
With all the short-term challenges that retailers and brands face – health and safety, decreased labor force and consumer demand, one solution that has consistently proven to be effective is contactless or zero-touch marketing strategies.
This blog was originally published on July 20th, 2020 at 02:35 pm