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If you’ve connected Twitter with your MailChimp account, attract new subscribers with Twitter’s Lead Generation Card. The Lead Card works like a MailChimp signup form inside a tweet.
In this article, you'll learn how to connect your Twitter Lead Generation Card to your MailChimp list.
Before You Start
Here are some things to know before you begin this process.
You’ll need to connect your Twitter account to MailChimp on the Integrations page.
Choose an 800 x 200px header image for your Twitter Lead Generation Card to store in MailChimp.
How It Works
You’ll create your Lead Card in MailChimp, submit it to your Twitter Ads account, and add it to a tweet. When people sign up through your Lead Card, Twitter will pass the new subscriber information to your MailChimp list, including email address, name, and Twitter handle.
Example Tweet with a Lead Card
Build Your Lead Card
To get started, you’ll set up your Lead Generation Card in MailChimp.
To set up a Lead Card, follow these steps.
Log in to your MailChimp account.
Navigate to the Lists page.
Click the drop-down menu next to the list you want to work with, and choose Signup forms.
Select Form integrations.
Click File Manager to upload a header image for your Lead Card. Your image must be 800 x 200px.
Upload your image, and click Select in the File Manager gallery view. We’ll add your image link to the Image URL form field.
This submits your new Lead Card to the Card Manager in your Twitter Ads account, where you can test and post it.
Preview and Post to Twitter
To create your Lead Generation Card in Twitter Ads and connect it to your MailChimp list, follow these steps.
- Log in to your Twitter Ads account.
- Click the
Creatives drop-down menu and choose
- Click the name of your card to preview it.
When you’re ready, compose and test your promoted tweet, and post it to your Twitter feed. Then, new signups from your Twitter Lead Generation Card will be added to your connected MailChimp list.
Twitter's Lead Generation Card is not able to add contacts directly to a group. To keep track of new Twitter signups in your list, save an auto-update segment of subscribers whose signup source is Twitter.
If you have Social Profiles activated for the list associated with your Lead Generation Card, we'll apply any new subscriber information from Twitter to your Social Profiles data, too.
If you created your Twitter account with a phone number instead of an email address, you may experience errors when testing your Twitter Lead Generation Card. However, the errors should resolve after you publish the Lead Card.
This integration is single opt-in, which means that subscribers from Twitter won't go through our standard double opt-in process.