Getresponse Review: Marketing Automation Software

Getresponse Review

In this comprehensive Getresponse review, I examine a well-known email marketing solution and delve into its pros and cons. Is it appropriate for your company, or should you try something else?

Our overall rating: 4.3/5

There is an increasing number of email marketing tools on the market, making it difficult to select the best one.

You're probably here because you've heard a little bit about Getresponse and are wondering if it's a good fit for your company.
This Getresponse review is here to assist, I'll go over the product's pricing, templates, and marketing features in detail — and give you my opinion on all of them.

So keep reading to find out:
  • an explanation of what Getresponse is and how it works.
  • an assessment of its pricing and features.
  • the main reasons why you should use — or avoid — Getresponse.
  • a good idea of what is the best plan for you.
  • a list of viable alternatives.
By the end of this post, you'll know whether this product is right for you — or if you should look elsewhere.

Let us start with an important question...


What is Getresponse?

Getresponse is an email marketing app that lets you do the following:
  • Make a mailing list and collect data for it.
  • send emails to your mailing list subscribers.
  • Use 'autoresponders' to automate your emails to subscribers.
  • View and analyze email campaign statistics such as open rate, click-through, forwards, and so on.
However, Getresponse's focus has shifted significantly in recent years: the product now aims to be more of an "all-in-one" e-commerce and marketing solution rather than just an email marketing tool.

As a result, Getresponse now offers e-commerce features, webinar hosting, landing pages, and automated sales funnels in addition to email marketing.

GetResponse Review 2022
Getresponse Review

Getresponse has been in business since 1998, and the company claims that over 350,000 individuals and businesses use the platform for email campaigns.

While this userbase is not as large as that of some other email marketing tools (notably Mailchimp), it is large enough to give confidence that the company is well-established and is not about to go away anytime soon.


 Getresponse Pricing:

Getresponse offers four different plans:
  • Basic — for $15 per month, you can send an unlimited number of emails to up to 1,000 subscribers.
  • Plus, for up to 1,000 subscribers, prices start at $49 per month.
  • Professional — starting at $99 per month for up to 1,000 subscribers.
  • Max is a negotiable figure.

The costs rise as you add more subscribers to your list. On the ‘Basic,' ‘Plus,' and ‘Professional' plans, you can expect to pay $450, $499, or $580 per month to use Getresponse with a list of 100,000 subscribers (respectively).

Getresponse Pricing 2022
Getresponse pricing

Exact pricing for the “Max” plan depends on requirements and list size — if you're interested in this plan, you'll need to contact Getresponse to schedule a demo, discuss your needs, and negotiate a price.

Significant savings are available if you pay for 12 or 24 months of service in advance (18 percent and 30 percent respectively).
In addition to the paid plans, there is a 30-day free trial available, which you can access through this link.


Key Differences Between Getresponse Plans:

All Getresponse plans cover the email marketing fundamentals you'd expect — key features include:

  • the ability to import, grow and host a subscriber list
  • a selection of themes to use for your e-newsletters
  • autoresponder functionality
  • responsive email designs
  • split testing
  • landing pages
  • in-depth reporting
  • RSS / blog to-email functionality
  • list
  • segmentation options

There are several distinctions between the 'Basic,' 'Plus,' and 'Professional' plans, but the following are the most important:

  • Automation builder — Perhaps Getresponse's most impressive feature, the automation builder (which allows you to create complex autoresponder sequences based on user behavior), is available on the 'Plus' plan or higher (you can create 5 automation on the plus plan or an unlimited number on the other plans).
  • Conversion funnels — as you move up the pricing ladder, you gain access to more automated sales funnels.
  • Webinars — This functionality is not available on the ‘Basic' plan, and the number of webinar attendees is limited to 100, 300, and 500 for the ‘Plus,' ‘Professional,' and ‘Enterprise' plans, respectively.
  • Team management — On the ‘Basic' plan, you can only have one user account; on the ‘Plus' plan, you get three, five on the ‘Professional,' and ten on the ‘Enterprise.'
  • E-commerce — the abandoned order recovery feature is only available on plans with a ‘Plus' or higher tier.


Getresponse Features:

Getresponse has an unusually large feature set when compared to other email marketing tools — even on its entry-level plan.

Not only does Getresponse provide all of the key features you'd expect from an email marketing platform — list hosting, templates, autoresponders, analytics, and so on — but, as previously mentioned, it's recently expanded its feature set to the point where it's morphed into an all-in-one marketing and e-commerce solution.

The question is whether all of this adds up to the product being a jack of all trades and master of none.

Let's take a closer look at its key features to find out.

Getresponse Autoresponders:

Autoresponders are e-newsletters that are sent to your subscribers at predetermined intervals.

You can, for example, configure them so that;
  •  When someone joins your mailing list, they immediately receive a welcome message from your company.
  • They may receive a discount offer for some of your products or services a week later.
  • Three weeks later, they might be persuaded to follow you on social media.

And so on.

Getresponse Features 2022
Getresponse features

The autoresponder functionality of Getresponse is a key selling point — the product has some of the most comprehensive autoresponder functionality available.

You can send either time-based or action-based messages; time-based messages include cycles like the one above, while action-based messages can be triggered by user actions or information, such as:

  • opens
  • clicks
  • subscriptions to particular lists
  • changes in contact preferences
  • completed transactions / goals
  • birthdays
  • changes in user data


Getresponse Marketing Automation Tools:

Getresponse offers a more sophisticated option for automatically sequencing emails in addition to the basic ‘drip' style autoresponders mentioned above. This is known as ‘Marketing Automation,' and it is available on ‘Plus' and higher plans.

This feature allows you to create automation workflows using a drag-and-drop builder — basically, you set up a ‘automation flowchart' that instructs Getresponse what to do if a user opens a specific offer, clicks on a specific link, and so on.

Getresponse's marketing automation tool — you can create extremely sophisticated user journeys using a drag-and-drop builder. Getresponse's marketing automation tool — you can create extremely sophisticated user journeys using a drag-and-drop builder.

Getresponse Marketing Automation Tool
Getresponse Marketing automation tools

The functionality on offer here goes far beyond what has traditionally been available from autoresponders and allows you to create a user journey that is completely customizable.


Getresponse Email Templates:

There are 115 Getresponse templates available, which is fewer than some competing email marketing solutions (notably Aweber, which offers around 700), but they are diverse in nature and have very modern designs (and tweakable).

The email templates are divided into a few categories based on their primary purpose (promoting, educating, selling, etc.).
All of the templates are of high quality, and I would have no reservations about using them for my email campaigns.

The ability to set ‘global' styles for headings and text, on the other hand. As it stands, the template editor does not allow you to define heading and paragraph styles that can be reused throughout a message, which means more text formatting as you compose emails, which is inconvenient.
Getresponse Email Template
Getresponse email templates

On the plus side, the Getresponse email creator lets you use web fonts liberally. A much larger selection of Google Fonts can be used in your e-newsletters than any competing tool I've tested so far.

Given the prevalence of Google fonts in corporate branding these days, this large selection of web fonts will assist many users in creating an email campaign that maintains brand values and aesthetics.

It's important to remember that not all email programs support the use of web fonts — you can specify a 'fallback font' in Getresponse to accommodate those — but in the ones that do, Getresponse emails have the potential to look great.

Getresponse Email Template
Getresponse email templates

Finally, all Getresponse templates are responsive, which means they automatically adjust to the device on which an e-newsletter is being viewed — mobile, tablet, desktop computer, etc.

There is a preview function available to see how your newsletter will appear on each platform.

Getresponse Analytics:

Getresponse provides a good selection of analytics and reporting options.

You get all the basics, of course — open rate, click-through rate, unsubscribe rate, and so on — but there are some very useful reporting features worth mentioning, namely:
  • 'One-click segmentation': the ability to identify people who did not engage with an e-newsletter you sent and place them in a segment of subscribers to whom you can then send a different version of the e-newsletter.
  • ‘metrics over time: you can determine when the majority of your subscribers act on your emails and time future mailouts based on this information.
  • ‘email ROI': by adding some tracking code to your site's post-sales page, you can determine how effectively (or ineffectively!) your email campaigns are driving sales, and calculate your return on investment in email marketing.
  • per-user data — by clicking on one of your subscribers, you can see where they signed up, where they live, and which emails they've opened in the past.
  • e-newsletter performance comparison — It is very simple to compare the performance of two e-newsletters side by side.

Mailchimp and Aweber both provide some reporting functionality, particularly around sales tracking, but Getresponse's reporting tool is unquestionably the most comprehensive.


Getresponse Split Testing:

Split testing entails sending variants of your e-newsletters to some of your subscriber list, tracking their performance, and then sending the 'best' version to the rest of your list.

Getresponse's functionality in this area has traditionally been far superior to that provided by several competitors, because it allows you to split test up to five different messages against each other (using subject header, from field, content, and send time as variables). Its main competitors typically allow you to work with two or three variants.

Getresponse Split Test
Getresponse Split testing

Unfortunately, the functionality of this split testing feature has been reduced on the new Getresponse templates — you can still test up to 5 variants of your messages against each other, but only using different subject headers.

I asked Getresponse's support team if this situation is likely to change, and it appears that a decision will be made based on whether enough users request the reintroduction of this feature.


Getresponse Landing Page Creator:

Online advertising campaigns that use landing pages will typically generate far more leads if, instead of simply directing people to an information-packed website, they point users to attractive ‘squeeze pages' containing clear information and a clean, well-designed data capture form.

Getresponse provides something very useful that many of its competitors do not: a landing page creator (that is also mobile-friendly).

It can not only be used to create squeeze pages, but it can also be used to compare the conversion rates of these pages in real-time and roll out the best-performing one. This can have a huge impact on the number of leads you capture and the reach of your email campaign.

Similar products frequently necessitate the use of a third-party landing page creation tool, such as Unbounce or Instapage, to achieve this type of functionality, so the inclusion of the landing page feature is a very useful — and cost-saving — piece of functionality to have in your email marketing toolbox.

Getresponse Landing Pages Creator
Getresponse Landing page creator

Most importantly, Getresponse's landing functionality is available on all plans. Given that leading landing page tools Unbounce and Instapage start at $80 and $199 per month, respectively, there are significant savings to be had here.

Your landing pages can be linked to a variety of analytics tools and cookies, including Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Kissmetrics, and your Facebook pixel.

There are also 180 landing page templates to choose from, which, like Getresponse's email templates, are very professional and modern in appearance (particularly the more recently-introduced ones).
However, there are a few issues with the landing page creator that must be addressed.

First and foremost, the interface is not particularly intuitive — in fact, it is quite clunky.

Second, you'll almost always need to create separate desktop and mobile versions of your landing pages.
This is a good thing in some ways, because it allows you to hide parts of your landing page that you don't want mobile users to see. However, doing so is a rather fiddly process.

Finally, while you can use analytics cookies on your Getresponse landing page, such as the Facebook pixel, it is not possible to do so in a GDPR-compliant manner.

To comply with the EU's GDPR cookie requirements (as well as some US data protection laws), you must provide users with a clear mechanism to opt-in or out of cookie use. Getresponse does not allow you to do this; the best you can do is notify users that cookies are being used on a landing page.

In essence, many Getresponse users, particularly those in the EU, will be breaking the law if they add their Facebook pixel to a Getresponse landing page. This is far from ideal, and Getresponse should address the situation as soon as possible.

So, while the landing page is a great feature in many ways, it is let down a little by the interface, particularly the lack of a proper cookie consent banner.


Getresponse Webinars:

Getresponse has recently added the ability to host webinars on its platform.

Given that webinars are commonly used as a lead-generation tactic — or even a revenue-generating feature — having your email database and your webinar tool under the same roof is very appealing.

In comparison to established webinar solutions, the pricing is also very competitive. For example, Gotowebinar, one of the most popular webinar hosting services, charges $59 per month to host webinars with up to 100 participants. You can do the same — and a lot more — with Getresponse, which starts at $49 per month.

In terms of attendee limits, the Getresponse ‘Plus' plan allows you to host a webinar with up to 100 participants; the ‘Professional' plan allows you to host a webinar with up to 300 participants; and the ‘Enterprise' plan allows you to host a webinar with up to 500 participants.

Getresponse Webinar
Getresponse Webinars

You can also add webinars functionality to the ‘Basic' plan as an add-on: A limit of 100 attendees is purchased for $40 per month, and a limit of 500 attendees is purchased for $99 per month (note however that these add-ons may not be available to all users in North America).

To be honest, I wasn't expecting much from the webinars feature because I've found some aspects of the Getresponse interface — particularly landing pages — to be a little clunky in the past.

But I was pleasantly surprised: the interface and functionality of the webinar are both excellent — on par with any dedicated platform I've used in the past for online meetings or webinars.

Here are a few Getresponse webinar features that are particularly useful:

  • the fact that your attendees do not need to install any software in order to participate in the webinars.
  • Record your webinars with a single click.
  • The ability to share your screen.
  • video sharing capability (YouTube).
  • Getresponse now allows you to upload Powerpoint presentations for use during webinars.
  • Online storage for playback files is provided for free.

On the negative side,

  • On the ‘Professional' or higher plan, you can only run paid webinars (i.e., where viewers must pay for access).
  • The 500 attendee limit is the absolute maximum; there is no way to increase this limit by purchasing an add-on.
  • The file storage limits for recorded webinars aren't particularly generous — 3 hours on the 'Plus' plan, 6 on the 'Professional' plan, and 10 on the 'Enterprise' plan. As with the attendee cap, it appears that there is no way to raise this limit.

Despite these limitations, webinar functionality is a very useful feature to have in your email marketing arsenal, and its inclusion as a feature arguably gives Getresponse a significant competitive advantage.

The fact that your email list is completely integrated with your webinar broadcasting tool is a significant plus, and the quality of this feature is surprisingly high.


Getresponse Conversion Funnels:

Another recent Getresponse feature is ‘conversion funnels,' which is a significant departure for the product.

This is because, to some extent, it transforms Getresponse from an email marketing platform to a platform for running an entire e-commerce business.

The concept behind this feature is that you can do the following without leaving the Getresponse environment:

  • Make a product catalog.
  • Create and manage Facebook advertising campaigns
  • Make landing pages.
  • Subscribers should be added to an autoresponder cycle.
  • Drive traffic to sales pages (also created in Getresponse)
  • Accept payment for goods
  • If necessary, send abandoned cart emails. v

In other words, Getresponse aims to provide you with an easy way to create sales funnels without the need for any other apps, as the feature name suggests. A variety of templates are provided to assist you with this.

This feature is available on all plans, but keep in mind that the version available on the ‘Basic' plan only allows you to create one funnel and does not allow you to use the abandoned cart recovery feature (which automatically emails people who added an item to their cart only to not complete their purchase).

This feature can be integrated with third-party platforms such as Shopify, BigCommerce, and Etsy if desired.

As it stands, this feature is probably best suited to ‘solopreneurs' or small businesses looking for an all-in-one option for creating all the assets needed to create a sales funnel, all the way up to converting subscribers into customers.

Merchants with large product catalogs and extensive e-commerce needs, on the other hand, are probably better off using a dedicated e-commerce platform like BigCommerce or Shopify for the actual selling part of the mix.


Getresponse Apps and Integrations:

If you want to integrate Getresponse with another platform or tool, there are approximately 160 integrations available to assist you.

These can be used to connect Getresponse to popular e-commerce and content management systems, such as Shopify and WordPress, as well as some CRM systems, such as Capsule and Highrise.

There are also a number of useful Google integrations, such as the ability to import contacts, add Google Analytics tags to an email campaign, and link your landing pages to Google Ads in order to better measure the effectiveness of your PPC campaigns.

Many of these integrations are ‘official' Getresponse integrations that work right away — but keep in mind that many of them require the use of a third-party tool like Zapier to connect. (This may incur additional costs.)

If you have development skills, you can also integrate Getresponse with another system by using its API (Application Programming Interface). This allows you to send and receive data to and from Getresponse in any way that is appropriate for your application.


Getresponse Data Management and Deliverability:

Opt-in processes

To add subscribers to a mailing list, you can use either a ‘single opt-in‘ or a ‘double opt-in‘ process.

If you use a single opt-in process, the person who signs up is added to your mailing list as soon as they click the submit button on your sign up form. This method is effective for growing a list, but it may attract fake signups.

A double opt-in process sends the person who signs up for your list an email with a confirmation link that he or she must click before being subscribed. This reduces the number of spammy signups, but it may also reduce the size of your list overall.

The good news is that Getresponse allows you to use either opt-in approach, which is not true of all competing products. So kudos to Getresponse for being adaptable in this regard.


What’s The Best Value Getresponse Plan?

The ‘Plus' plan is most likely the ‘sweet spot' in the lineup of the plans under consideration. This is because it unlocks the majority of Getresponse's feature set while remaining reasonably priced.

This plan's two key features, automation building and webinars, make the upgrade from 'Basic' particularly worthwhile. (However, you can only charge for webinars if you have a 'Pro' plan.)


Getresponse Data Capture and Forms:

You can use forms in Getresponse in two ways: you can add an HTML form that you style yourself, or you can design your form in Getresponse (picking from a decent range of templates and tweaking them to match your site design).

If you choose the latter option, you can add the form to your site by displaying it with a snippet of Javascript code; this form can be presented in a variety of different formats (for example inline, pop-up or slide-up).

You can capture data into standard Getresponse fields or, if you prefer, populate custom fields using both the HTML and javascript forms.

These javascript forms are quite nice. You can create desktop and mobile versions, and you can style them with a reasonable selection of web fonts. You can also enable a spambot-blocking CAPTCHA feature, which aids in the prevention of bogus signups.

Getresponse Data Capture and Form
Getresponse Data capture and forms

Getresponse, on the other hand, provides no controls for turning pop-up forms on or off on specific devices or individual pages of your website.

Given Google's stance on pop-ups on smartphones (where sites can be penalized in search results for displaying "intrusive interstitials" on mobile devices), this is cause for concern.

A workaround is to connect Getresponse to a growth-hacking tool, of which there are many (Sumo or Privvy being well-known examples). This allows you to disable pop-ups for mobile users, as well as customize forms and control which pages they appear on. However, this is not ideal because it incurs an additional cost.

Of course, if you're integrating Getresponse with a CMS and using a forms package, this may not be an issue — for example, WordPress users could connect a tool like Gravity Forms (which gives you a lot of control over form appearance) to Getresponse via its API.

Getresponse Data Segmentation Options:

One of my favorite features of Getresponse is the ability to send emails to multiple segments of subscribers at the same time (or indeed exclude multiple segments). This is not true of some of Getresponse's main competitors, such as Mailchimp and Aweber.

Assume you have a Getresponse subscriber list that you've divided into four segments:

  •  Segment A
  •  Segment B
  •  Segment C
  •  Segment D

Using Getresponse, you can easily message segments A, B, and C all at once (you just tick three relevant checkboxes). You could also message segments B and C while ignoring segment D.

Not only can you message / exclude multiple segments at the same time, but you can also do so with individual lists — for example, if you had three separate mailing lists on Getresponse, you could mail individuals across all three.

This level of adaptability distinguishes Getresponse from its competitors and allows you to fine-tune your email campaign audience to the nth degree — of the similar products I've reviewed thus far, only Campaign Monitor offers a comparable level of adaptability (and one which comes at a much higher price).

This flexibility is possibly one of the most compelling reasons to choose Getresponse over key competitor Mailchimp, which does not allow you to use advanced segmentation features unless you are on the prohibitively expensive ‘Mailchimp Premium' plan.


Getresponse Deliverability:

When selecting an email marketing tool, the email deliverability rate — the percentage of e-newsletters sent that successfully reach your subscribers' inboxes — is obviously an important factor to consider.

Not all email marketing providers are open about their deliverability rates; however, Getresponse appears to be fairly open about it, with this to say about it on their website:

Because deliverability is affected by a variety of factors, including the content of your messages, the deliverability rate may differ for each mailing. However, for all of our customers as a whole, we are proud to say that our overall deliverability rate is currently at 99 percent.

You'll have to take the company's word for it, but assuming it's true, it's a good deliverability rate that gives you confidence that the vast majority of emails you send in a Getresponse email campaign will reach their intended recipients.

Furthermore, Getresponse displays the deliverability rate of each message in your email analytics, which I haven't seen on the metrics of competing products. This gets a thumbs up.

Finally, Custom DKIM — an authentication technique designed to improve email security for both senders and recipients — is available on all Getresponse plans. This can help to improve deliverability even more.


Getresponse Ease of Use / Interface:

Getresponse, on the whole, is very simple to use. Its interface was recently redesigned, and it is now generally uncluttered and intuitive.

It's certainly simple to do all of the fundamentals in Getresponse: import contacts, create an email campaign, configure autoresponders, and view statistics. As previously stated, segment management is particularly strong.

And the learning curve for Getresponse's more advanced features, such as its marketing automation tools, isn't too steep.

However, Getresponse's form designer and landing page creator tools could use an update — unlike most other features, they haven't been significantly improved as part of the interface redesign. They could be easier to use.

In terms of how the Getresponse interface compares to those of its competitors, I would argue that Campaign Monitor's interface is more user friendly, and the Mailchimp interface is more visually appealing. In terms of look and feel, Aweber's interface is probably the closest.

Historically, Getresponse's main usability flaw was its email editor, which was clunky and buggy.

Getresponse Ease of Use
Getresponse Ease of use / interface

However, the new version of the email creator has significantly improved things — it has a cleaner, more intuitive drag and drop interface; it does not crash; and it is simple to use. It's probably not as good as some competing apps' offerings, but it's perfectly adequate.

Getresponse Customer Support:

Until recently, Getresponse customer support was among the most comprehensive available for email marketing tools: the company provided phone support, live chat support, email support, and a variety of online tutorials and resources.

Unfortunately, phone support is no longer available (unless you have the enterprise-level "Max" plan). Instead, you'll have to rely on live chat (available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week) or email support.

On the plus side, I've had nothing but positive experiences with Getresponse's chat service — I've never had to wait long to speak with an agent, and everyone I've dealt with has a solid technical understanding of the platform.

Getresponse's email support is also available in 8 languages, which is commendable. English, Polish, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, and Portuguese are among them.

How Good is The Getresponse Free Trial?

Getresponse, like many competing email marketing products, is free to try before you buy.

The free trial period is 30 days long and allows you to use a list of up to 1,000 subscribers.

You can sign up for the free trial here

Getresponse Review — Conclusion:

Overall, Getresponse is one of the more affordable options for hosting and communicating with an email database. It is competitively priced in its market, and it is also one of the more interesting products of its kind in that it combines email marketing, automation, landing pages, e-commerce, sales funnels, and webinars.

It's difficult to think of a competing email marketing solution that offers this "all-around" package, and its 30-day free trial period is also generous.

I've been particularly impressed by Getresponse's webinar functionality — it's feature-rich and incredibly affordable for what it is.

The most important thing Getresponse should consider is implementing a GDPR-compliant cookie consent mechanism for landing pages.

The interface of the landing pages could also benefit from an overhaul — it could be much more user friendly.

Pros and Cons of Getresponse:

Pros of using Getresponse:

  • It's fairly simple to use.
  • As long as you are willing to use a 'Basic' plan, Getresponse is significantly less expensive than many of its key competitors (in some cases, significantly more so) while offering just as much, if not more functionality.
  • The discounts you receive when paying for one or two years of service in advance are extremely generous — you'll be hard pressed to find comparable discounts from key competitors.
  • When it comes to marketing automation, you get some really advanced features.
  • Its adaptable approach to data segmentation makes list management a breeze — it outperforms many competitors in this regard.
  • Getresponse's webinar functionality is fantastic, and a genuine USP — I haven't seen this functionality on comparable products.
  • Its 'Conversion Funnel' feature could be useful for small businesses that want to manage all aspects of their social media ads, sales funnels, and e-commerce activity in one place.
  • It has extensive reporting capabilities.
  • Getresponse is open about its deliverability rates, publishing figures on its website and offering deliverability statistics for the e-newsletters you send.
  • All Getresponse plans include a useful (if fiddly) landing page creator that allows for A/B testing, which could save you a lot of money.
  • All plans include custom DKIM.
  • Support is available in a number of languages.
  • It works well with Google Analytics and other metric software.
  • With the exception of adequate cookie consent features on its landing pages, it meets GDPR requirements fairly well.
  • You can try out all of Getresponse's features for free for 30 days without entering any credit card information.


Cons of using Getresponse:

  • The drag-and-drop interfaces for creating landing pages and forms are a little clumsy and could be improved.
  • You can use the Facebook pixel with Getresponse's landing page feature, but not in a GDPR-compliant manner.
  • Improvements could be made to the way data capture forms work so that users on mobile devices have the option of turning them on or off. 
  • There is a hard limit of 500 webinar participants.
  • There is no phone support (unless you have a "Max" plan).
  • A third-party syncing tool, such as Zapier, is used in many Getresponse integrations.

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