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Add Brivity leads to a MailChimp subscription list

  1. When this happensStep 1: New Lead

  2. Then do thisStep 2: Add/Update Subscriber

MailChimp gives you the marketing tools to be yourself on a bigger stage. Interested in Facebook advertising or automated marketing campaigns? Set up this Zapier integration and whenever a new contact is added in Brivity, we'll also add that contact to a subscription list that you have created in MailChimp.

How this Brivity - MailChimp integration works

  1. A new lead is created in Brivity
  2. Zapier adds the lead information to a subscription list in MailChimp

Apps involved

  • Brivity CRM
  • MailChimp
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Connect Brivity + Mailchimp in Minutes

It's easy to connect Brivity + Mailchimp and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

All Triggers & Actions

InstantNew Lead

Triggers when a new lead is created.

Create Custom Event

Creates a custom event for an existing subscriber.

Unsubscribe Email

Unsubscribe an email address from an audience of your choosing.

Add Note to Subscriber

Adds a new note to an existing subscriber.

Find a Campaign

Finds an existing campaign.

Create Campaign

Creates a campaign draft.

Add/Update Subscriber

Add a new subscriber to an audience of your choosing. Can be used to update an existing subscriber too.

Send Campaign

Sends a campaign draft. PLEASE NOTE: This action sends an email to everyone signed up to the Campaign. Are you trying to send an email to just one person? Set up an Automation within MailChimp and assign the welcome email to a tag. Then assign that tag to your customer with the Add Subscriber To Tag Action.

Add Subscriber to Tag

Add an email address to a tag within an audience. Note: the email address must already be subscribed to the audience, or this will fail.

Find a Subscriber

Searches for a new subscriber on your MailChimp audience.

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