Have you seen the new look of the new Infusionsoft by Keap campaign builder? It has officially been rolled out to all apps today (well, 12th June US time). I’m not a big fan of it now as it looks too busy and the curly connectors are throwing me off. The green is also too bright. Continue reading “The New Look Of The Infusionsoft By Keap Campaign Builder”
I love that you can create an unlimited number of custom fields in Active Campaign, however, there used to be no way to categorize them. So when you’re viewing a contact record, expect there to be a very long line of custom fields sitting in the first tab. One of my clients has hundreds of custom fields, and we have had issues where not all fields how in the record. I wrote Active Campaign support about this and they have not replied to me with a solution.
Until Field Groups came along. Continue reading “Field Groups Now In Active Campaign”
In this post I write about why I recommend AccessAlly for membership sites.
I have done countless membership site setups using several popular plugins like Wishlist Member, Paid Memberships Pro, and plugins created specifically for integration with Infusionsoft like iMember360 and Memberium. Because my work centered mostly on Infusionsoft, I have been a big fan of iMember360. Continue reading “Why I Recommend AccessAlly For Membership Sites”
One of the cool things about using CustomerHub as a membership site platform is the use of partials. Partials are basically snippets that can be reused in different areas of a page.
Where to find Partials
Partials is located in the Library menu – Partials.
You can also create Partial Templates if you mean to create several versions of a partial. Continue Reading
Infusionsoft’s Spring Release has made several major changes in the system, one of which is the handling of merchant accounts in the E-Commerce module. While all other merchants are still listed in E-Commerce – Settings – Merchant Accounts, Infusionsoft has placed any Paypal-related systems, including its flagship merchant – Payflow Pro, from there and put it somewhere. Continue Reading