When someone purchases or signs-up from your website, trigger a simple series of welcome emails in Zapier.
Depending on your website, select the appropriate trigger to fire when someone submits the form on your website. This example is using Webflow. This is where the data will come from, such as the email of the customer.
After the form submission, add a 7 minute delay. This will make the auto email feel less auto.
There are a number of email services you can use in Zapier. This example is using Email by Zapier.
Select "Send Outbound Email" as the action event.
Fill in the fields that create first the outbound email. This includes the To Email, Subject, Body, From Email. You may also send attachments, change the Reply-To, and set other email related fields.
In this example, the To Email is selected from the form submission data.
The Body of the email can be in plain text or HTML code.
Add a Zapier Delay action and select how long you want to wait until the next email in the series is sent. In this example, the delay is one day.
Continue adding emails and delays until your drip campaign is completed.
Zapier has the ability to add filters to continue the series only if certain conditions are meet.