GetResponse for WordPress
Turn your blog, site or e-store visitors and customers into highly engaged subscribers. Create a perfect web form for your brand with your Getrespone form builder and add it to your site in a few simple steps. The integration works smoothly with New GetResponse Forms that are tailored to your unique needs.
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The Getresponse plug-in lets your WordPress visitors to subscribe via a sign up form, as well as via comment – all you need to do is add an invitation line that will be displayed in the comment form and their email address will be automatically added to your GetResponse campaign. Additionally, if you have a WooCommerce plugin installed at your e-store you can now add all the customers as they complete their orders – straight from the Checkout Page.
The plugin enables adding web forms created in GetResponse anywhere in your WordPress blog as well as inside your posts.
Once installed the plugin will activate a small drop-down menu inside the WP blog editor. It will include a list of all your GetResponse web forms.
GetResponse Integration plugin allows you to add web form on your blog by using the widgets. In the Widgets tab you can freely drag and drop the web form widget into the three areas of your blog: side bar, side bar next to the text and the footer area. Each web form can be displayed in the original GetResponse layout or the WordPress style. You can define the format by adding some small modifications in the web form HTML code string: “on” or “off”.
You can also enable subscriptions via the comments by switching the comments integration to ON. From this moment on, the comment box in your blog will include the checkbox to subscribe to your campaign when leaving a comment.
- Built-in integration with the following plugins:
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- Go to your WordPress admin account.
- Open Plug-Ins in the left-side bar menu, choose Add New, and search for GetResponse plug-in. Choose the available GetResponse Integration version.
- Install the plug-in and activate it in your account.
- Download the GetResponse plug-in for your WordPress version.
- Unzip the downloaded file and extract the code to to your /wp-content/plugins/ folder.
- To complete installation you should activate the module in the plug-ins section of your administration panel.
- Create the web form in your GetResponse account.
- Go to your plug-in settings in your WordPress account.
- Enter the API key and click “Save” to enable it.
3a. If you are GetResponse 360 client check GetResponse 360 checkbox
3b. Choose your API url
3c. Enter your GetResponse360 domain
- Enable the “Subscribe via Comment” option if you want to offer all commenting visitors to join your mailing list. Type in the invitation to subscribe e.g. “Subscribe to join the buzz”.
- Enable the “Subscribe via Registration Page” option if you want to offer your users to join your mailing list. Type in the invitation to subscribe e.g. “Subscribe to join the buzz”.
- Enable the “Subscribe via Checkout Page” option if you want to offer your customers to join your mailing list at the checkout stage. (available only if WooCommerce is activated). Type in the invitation to subscribe e.g. “Subscribe to join the buzz”.
- In the top menu bar inside the WordPress WYSIWYG editor you will find a dropdown menu with all your GetResponse Web Forms. Click on the selected Web Form and it will be added into your WordPress post.
- On the WordPress Widgets page you can drag the GetResponse Web Form module into desired page areas.
With GetResponse form builder you can fully adjust the form to your needs: add brand logo and image, custom fields, and confirmation URLs, or enable pop-up option. Note that to modify your WordPress form you need to do it from GetResponse account – the changes will be displayed automatically on your site.
- Where can I place my web form on my WordPress page?
You can embed your web form in the sidebar, pages, posts or in a lightbox. In order to use a lighbox, choose this form type in the web form type section, made available in the form editor in your GetResponse account.
- Where can I find my API Key?
You can find it on your GetResponse profile in Account Details -> GetResponse API
The WordPress plugin is free, but only serves GetResponse clients (paid service).
I’ve been using it for years, the plugin works smoothly, good integration to woocommerce, no conflicts.
It would be good to have responsive webforms in GetResponse, without the need to use WordPress css.
I find it not necessary to my site.
Their competitors have much better plugins.
I tried this out and quickly deleted it. After reading some of the reviews, I felt they were a bit too harsh, and I planned to write a positive review to offset them. This plugin is very basic and doesn’t seem to be a priority for GetResponse. I eventually switched to Optin Cat’s plugin, which is approximately 100 times better.
I did manage to get the API to connect and add a widget to my page, but it just dropped a totally inflexible iframe onto the page. There’s no way adapt the width or height or padding of the form, either in the plugin or in GetResponse. So anyone looking for something mobile responsive won’t get it here. The plugin doesn’t even do some of the most basic things, like providing a link to the API page in GetResponse (it does give instructions for where to find it, though).
This plugin is really only useful for someone who wants a large, centered form on their page (such as below a blog post), and doesn’t have a mobile responsive website. Otherwise, I think a basic link to open the form in a new tab would be better, and you don’t need any plugin for that.
I tested few newsletter plugins and this one is not the best choice for me.
I’ve tried using this plugin but it was not showing responsive. Then I was told by GR support that none of the GetResponse forms are responsive, only the landing pages are .. “none of our forms is responsive”.
To make the landing page work, you must change your DNS to theirs (so the landing pages are shown when people go to your site), but you then have NO access to WP-admin at all, cannot edit any posts, pages or anything, zero access.
When you change back to your DNS, you then get a 72 hour lockout.
Contributors & Developers
“GetResponse Integration by GetResponse” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Added shortcode on post-new page.
Provided support for PHP 7.
Tested up to WordPress 4.6 (beta version).
Fixed integration with Saphali Woocommerce Russian.
Reduction of API requests amount (plugin performance improvement).
Fixed payment webhook on checkout page in WooCommerce integration.
Fixed Notice: Undefined variable
Fixed SSL CA certificates issue
Fixed widget issue (Variants not loading properly).
- Fixed widget issue (plugin not worked correctly in Customizer).
- Added support for GetResponse 360 accounts
- Views improvements
- Fix for WordPress <3.9 – added Web Form Shortcode to TinyMCE editor
- Changed param name WebformId => formId in API v3 forms method
- Added Check webform/form status on list
- Improved performance on widget list
- Fixed js issues to display variants
- Integration is based on new REST API v3.0
- Added support for new Web forms (Forms)
- Fixed js issue with undefined param
- Fixed sort method (compatible with php < 5.4)
- Added Subscribe via BuddyPress Registration page
- Added Subscribe via WooCommerce Registration page
- Added Convert special characters to HTML entities in Webform url
- Added Shortcode attribute “center” – allows to center Webform easily
- Added Shortcode attribute “center_margin” – allows to edit margin (center position)
- Campaign names and Web Forms are now sorted by name using case-insensitive ordering
- Fixed bug, hook register_post changed to user_register. Thanks to @Wieckowy.
- Fixed problem with HTTPS blog
- Fixed problem with displaying web forms with the same names on drop down list
- Shortcode updated to TinyMCE 4 (fixed broken visual editor)
- Description, Installation and FAQ updated
- Added subscribe via the registration page
- Campaign names and Web Forms are now sorted by name
- Added checking if curl extension is set and curl_init method is callable
- Removed typo and deprecated unused params
- Tested up to: 3.9.1
- Fixed Class name changed in class-gr-widget-webform
- Class name changed from GetResponse to GetResponseIntegration, in some cases caused error: Cannot redeclare class GetResponse
- Tested up to: 3.9
- Shortcode updated to TinyMCE 4
- Changelog updated
- Screenshot updated
- Default ref custom (ref => wordpress) added to API request
- Fixed typo, Thanks to @Reza
- Tested up to: 3.8.3
- Fixed curl error notification
- Trigger error deleted
- Fixed Strict standards: non-static method
- Fixed empty variables
- Fixed empty campaigns notice
- Register actions moved to constructor
- Tested up to: 3.8.2
- Integration is based on API Key;
- Web form ID needs no longer to be copied; now web form is selected from the drop-down menu;
- Customer details can be updated at Checkout page;
- Checkout subscription checkbox now can be ticked by default;
- Comments subscription checkbox now can be ticked by default;
- Shortcode now contains webform url instad of webform id;
- Drop-down menu with webforms has been added to WYSIWYG editor;
- Web forms can now be instantly added into multiple places inside the WordPress page via Widgets;
- Custom fields can be easily mapped via the web form upon subscription;
- Fixed bugs in getting options. Thanks to @norcross. FAQ updated
- Added shortcode
- Added integration with WooCommerce to allow users to subscribe via the checkout page.
- Fixed code.
- Note that the web form installed via the old version of the plug-in will still be fully operational, so you do not need to replace it with the new one. If you want to add the new “Subscribe via comment” function, simply delete old plug-in and install new – and use the same web form ID.
- Fixed integration with new WebForms.
- Added possiblity to use WordPress styles,
- Added integration with new WebForms.
- Inital release.