TLDR– We just completed another software update a few weeks ago. Along the way, I had gathered all the new screenshots and decided this should be a USER GUIDE. So here it is.
We introduced support for Powerbar, Cancel, Direct Bulk Sending, and a new Multi Event Landing Page. Yah quite a bit if stuff.
Powerbar – Our paid for product that sits on top of the Free Calendarsnack. Gathers all your snacks into one view. For more check out the above User Guide and download the PDF.
Cancel – If you CANCEL the created EVENT on your Calendar Client, then we CANCEL on the Calendarsnack registry and all of the RSVP’s your customers responded to for that specific event.
BULK RSVP Calendar Invites -This is my favorite and how the product got started. Load up your list in a CSV file with the UID and attach to email. You can do a FREE Test – Send it to BULK@calendarsnack.com. Give it a try. You can send up to 500 a time for trial and testing. You can check out our product catalog here for pricing.
Multi Event Landing Page – Well maybe not the best name. But that it what it does. We stream your last 25 Active CalendarSnacks for easy RSVP. See more here.
Clip 1 Slides – setting up a ConvertKit RSVP integration for calendarsnack reporting. Get a calendarsnack.
Clip 1 Video Recap
Clip 2 Slides. How to grab the Convertkit code from the Calendarsnack and put into the correct field in Convertkit template for RSVP tracking. Review of the Convertkit workflow for the customer experience when the RSVP is clicked.
Clip 2 – Video Recap
Clip 3 Slides. How to amplify your ConvertKit event by integrating your calendarsnack code into Webforms, Landing Pages, Splash pages and countdowns. Overview of Single Invite sending.
Clip 4 Slides. How Calendarsnack reporting works for RSVPs in a ConvertKit template.
Clip 4 Video Recap
In this web episode I decided to break up the content for this session in 4 Clips. Our customers have completed several RSVP events in the past 60 days with Klaviyo and the feedback is good. Thanks for stopping by and checking us out! If you want to download this episode as a PDF in slide format >>click here.
Clip 1 Slides – setting up a Klaviyo RSVP integration for RSVP counting. Get a calendarsnack.
Clip 2 Slides. How to grab the Klaviyo code from the Calendarsnack and put into the correct field in Klaviyo template for RSVP tracking. Review of the Klaviyo workflow for the customer experience when the RSVP is clicked.
Clip 2 Video recap.
Clip 3 Slides. How to amplify your Klaviyo event by integrating your calendarsnack code into Webforms, Landing Pages, Splash pages and countdowns.
Video Clip 4. Klaviyo Reporting with CalendarSnack.
Welcome to this July 2019 Blog Post. Covered in the series is the Create, Send and Reporting of Calendar Invites generated for Call to Action (CTA) use in your marketing campaigns. The Invites have generated code for embed into Email Marketing Platforms, Webforms and Landing Pages as pre built examples of our technology. We are working on a OEM edition that will be launched in 2020. Thanks for stopping by and checking us out. Down Load the PDF here.
So we have been working with a Klaviyo template with some good results and thought we would share a sample. Step 1. Get a calendarsnack by sending an calendar invite from your outlook or google calendar. firstname.lastname@example.org. Below are the detailed Slides.
Quick Update on the CalendarSnack love affair here. We have 5000+ hours in combined team effort with our product development, UI, Coding, Sever less and Headless design in AWS. Crazy Ride with just 3 people on the 2 PizzaTeam. Now comes the sales and marketing. As hard or harder ? Is the baby ugly? We don’t think so. Give it a try at https://calendarsnack.com/calendar-snack-documentation/
Step 1- Create a CalendarSnack to get the MailChimpRSVP code.
Step 3 – Complete the MailChimp Campaign send and track the RSVP’s
Step – 5 – Recap of MailChimpRSVP and how all of this can be done in less than 5 minutes for any campaign.
We just released 2.1 of our Big Data solution designed for digital marketing OEM’s. You can use it for free to create and promote your events by sending real calendar invites to track RSVP’s from your customer’s Google and Outlook calendar clients.
Just create a calendar invite in your Google or Outlook calendar and invite us to your event with this email address: email@example.com. We will send you a CalendarSnack notification email with all the information needed to get started.
In 5 seconds I created a CalendarSnack and received the Calendar Code for Web Site Embeds, MailChimp Call to Action Embed, a Calendar Landing Sign up Page and instructions on how to send direct Calendar Invites for the event using a subscribe email address. All of these sending options track Calendar Invite RSVP’s for the event in the CalendarSnack reporting engine.
If you are an OEM and purchase the service provider edition you will have the ability to view the event analytics of the all the RSVP’s for the calendar events in your domain. We can customize this for your brand with whatever domain you want to use for RSVP communications.
This is a completely headless and serverless design. All built on a AWS stack so we can get you up and running in 30 minutes in your AWS account.
There are 100’s of use cases for OEM email marketing platforms and major brands using our technology. As of this blog posting there are 5 Billion mobile phones that have a calendar application onboard. That’s a lot of opportunity to promote and track RSVP’s for your events. You can get the PDF workbook version here for offline. Click Here.