Unbounce Webhook

Unbounce is the landing page builder designed for marketers. Build and A/B test high-converting landing pages and overlays, without the need for developers.

ActiveProspect partners with Unbounce to offer the Unbounce Webhook as an Inbound Integration option for any of your LeadConduit sources.

Unbounce as a Lead Source

The Unbounce Webhook can be added to any new or existing Source in LeadConduit, meaning Unbounce form submissions can be configured to POST data to LeadConduit from within the Unbouce UI.

To add the Unbounce Webhook to a lead source, switch to the Source Manager in LeadConduit, click on the lead Source Name, expand the Advanced section, and check the box next to Unbounce Webhook, and click Update.


Now you can use the Unbounce Webhook option, in addition to the LeadConduit Standard integration, as possible data formats for LeadConduit Inbound leads.

If the lead source has already been added to your flow, you'll also need to update your flow to enable the use of the Unbounce Webhook Inbound Integration. To do so, follow the steps below, but edit instead of add.

Adding a Source + using the Unbounce Webhook Inbound Integration

Open your Flow Editor, switch to the Sources tab, and click the Add/Edit Sources button.

Find your source from the list provided, click the name of the source, and select Webhook from the list of options available, and click Finish.


Next, click the Update Sources button and Save your flow.

Now you're ready to use the Unbounce Webhook for this Flow + Source.

Copy the Posting URL from the source appropriate Submission Docs.



Connecting Unbounce to LeadConduit

Open your Unbounce Page in the Unbounce UI and select WebHook: POST to URL from the Basic Form Integrations list.


Paste your flow's LeadConduit Posting URL into the URL for POST: field and click the Save & Continue button.


Next, click the Configure Field Mapping button to make sure all your Unbounce form fields match the fields you've added/enabled in LeadConduit. Some fields might need to be added in LeadConduit, or you might need to create an Inbound Field Mapping, depending on the field name and complexity of the form.

Click Done. Depending on the changes you made, you may need to republish your form.

Now you can submit a test lead to your form, and you should see all your lead data from Unbounce posted to your LeadConduit flow.



You're good to go!



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