With the Benchmark Email Twitter integration, you can email your Benchmark contacts your most recent tweets using our Benchmark Email Twitter template Integration and publish any campaign as a tweet. Additionally, you can add a Benchmark signup form to your Twitter profile.
The Twitter integrations are available in both free and premium accounts.
To share your emails as tweets, you’ll need to connect your Twitter account; this can be done in the Link Tracking & Sharing step of the email creation process or on the Integration page. After you’ve completed the integration, you’ll be able to select Twitter, and your email will be automatically posted to your Twitter account.
To connect your Benchmark emails to your Twitter account, follow the steps below:
This integration allows you to share 5 of your most recent tweets in an email. The integration process started from the Design (in Layouts) step of the email creation process or on the Integration page.
To share your recent tweets in an email, follow the steps below:
Scroll down and locate the Twitter option with the description: Add a Benchmark signup form link to your Twitter profile.
Click the Generate URL button.
Select an existing signup form. The signup form’s URL will display in the box below.
Copy the entire URL.
Step 2: Paste the signup form link on Twitter.
In another window, log in to your Twitter account.
From the left panel, select Profile.
Click the Editprofile button located below the header.
You can now paste your signup form link in the Bio or website box.
We recommend pasting your signup form link in the Bio box, where you can add text inviting your followers to subscribe to your content.
To paste your signup form here, you will have to shorten your signup form’s URL. This is because the website field only allows you up to 100 characters. Your signup form link may have more than 100 characters. You can not add text to invite your followers to subscribe in the website box. Additionally, you will have to use an external service to shorten the signup form’s URL.
Here is a preview of how the signup form will appear in your Twitter profile: