Email Marketing With Podio and ConvertKit: Multiple Sequences

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This tutorial builds upon the Email Marketing with Podio and ConvertKit: The Basic Process tutorial that I recently posted. That tutorial convered the basic setup of Podio, Zapier and ConvertKit to get a basic process for adding new subscribers to an email sequence. While it is great to have a process that automatically adds a lead to a specific sequence, it is even better to be able to select from a list of sequences. Each lead is different, and should …

Sending SMS with Twilio and Zapier

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There are many different ways to reach out and touch a lead from sending letters, postcards or even text messages. These all work great depending on the situation.  In this tutorial we are going to create a Podio App where we can send and receive SMS Text messages. We all send texts back and forth with our sellers and this setup can be easily implemented into any Podio workspace. When I found out that Zapier had an integration with Twilio …

Cheating with ProcFu

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If you have read any of my previous articles you know that I love me some Podio API.  However it is not something that your average Podio user can take advantage of.   Not even your advanced Podio users for that matter. The reason being is that it can only be leveraged by using other programming languages such as PHP and Ruby-on-Rails.   That is what I thought until I stumbled across a tool, created by the same person who developed GlobiFlow, …

Chrome Bookmarklets

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I’m always on the lookout for tools, techniques or hacks to help automate something in my business.  This usually relates to Podio directory and this “hack” can certainly be used to improve a Podio process.  What I’m talking about is a Bookmarklet. What is a Bookmarklet? It is simply a bookmark that instead of having an Link (webpage address) behind it, it has JavaScript code that does something.  To me it’s exactly like a Macro in Microsoft Office.   Now, I …

Podio Reporting with MySQL Backup

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In the last article I wrote about how you can easily Backup your Podio App data into a MySQL Databse. Like I mentioned in that article, there are advantages to having your data in a MySQL Database.  One of those huge advantages is reporting.  We all know Podio’s reporting capabilities are limited at best, so now we have options! I haven’t explored all the options out there just yet but I have found one that is good and simple to …