ActiveCampaign is a popular tool that offers several integrations with other platforms, and now we’re excited to announce our own ActiveCampaign integration. Thanks to this integration, you can save time as you work on emails simultaneously in BEE and ActiveCampaign. Let’s take a look at how to connect your accounts!
Why use ActiveCampaign with BEE?
ActiveCampaign is a marketing automation platform that focuses on email marketing — letting you refine your email list, manage campaigns, track analytics and more. According to ActiveCampaign reviews, the platform is easy to use and streamlines everyday marketing tasks, making email marketing more efficient. ActiveCampaign pricing is also affordable, starting at just $9 per month with a free two-week trial offer as well.
ActiveCampaign integrations are available to let you connect your account with many other email marketing tools, such as BEE. Our email editor is used by over 1 million people to easily create responsive emails and promote their businesses. We offer hundreds of customizable email templates, and when you activate BEE’s ActiveCampaign connector, you can instantly push BEE templates over to ActiveCampaign. Let’s take a look at how to connect your accounts and enjoy the benefits of both platforms!
In order to enjoy the ActiveCampaign connector, you’ll need a Team or Agency subscription. BEE’s Team plan provides extra features such as adding merge tags and special links; you can start a free two-week trial here. An Agency plan also includes brands and brand settings — contact us for more information.
How to connect BEE and ActiveCampaign
Exporting your BEE templates to ActiveCampaign is quick and easy. Here are two methods you can use.
Option 1: Connect from settings
Step #1: Retrieve ActiveCampaign API
Before you can connect your accounts, you need to find your ActiveCampaign API key. Open up your ActiveCampaign dashboard and navigate to “Settings” on the left sidebar; then, in the next sidebar that pops up, choose “Developer.”
You’ll see your API URL and your API key. Copy and paste the URL. Then keep ActiveCampaign open as you open another tab and log into your BEE account.
Step #2: Connect the API
From your BEE Pro dashboard, click on “Settings” and then “Connectors.” Scroll down until you see ActiveCampaign.
Click “Connect,” and a box will pop up that asks for your API URL and key.
Paste your URL. Then return to ActiveCampaign, copy the API key, and paste it into the pop-up as well. Click “Connect” and you’re good to go!
Option 2: Export a single template
If you have an email template that’s ready to go to ActiveCampaign but you haven’t connected your accounts yet via Settings, don’t worry — you can also export a single template to ActiveCampaign. This process works essentially the same way as the first method.
Step #1: Export message
When you finish editing your template, click “Export Message,” and choose “Export to Another Application” in the pop-up.
Step #2: Paste ActiveCampaign API
Retrieve your ActiveCampaign API URL and key just like before, and copy and paste them into the pop-up. Once you click “Create,” your template will be automatically pushed to ActiveCampaign.
Wrap-up: Using ActiveCampaign with BEE
Using automation tools such as ActiveCampaign and BEE is a smart move for marketers — it can help you save valuable time and money as you work to promote your business. Get a free two-week trial of BEE Pro to utilize this ActiveCampaign integration in your workday!
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