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    Hi Everyone,

    I am about to run a 30 day jump start program with my clients, I have two different prices, one is $47 for new clients and the other is $29 for existing clients, the difference in pricing is because new clients will require my ebook which is an instant download hence why it is more, existing clients already have a copy of the book required to be a part of this 30 day program.

    When existing clients buy into this program they are directed to paypal to pay, I then want them added to a specific list in mailchimp, so I don’t want to set up a general rule in paypal because I use my paypal for ebay selling etc also, so I do not want everyone who pays me through paypal added to this list if that makes sense, just the people who sign up to this program.

    The clients who buy the $47 program, will be directed to paypal through ejunkie, then once paid they will get their link to download the book then I want them added to this same list. I already have an integration in ejunkie that adds new purchases to a mailchimp list but this new program purchase will need to go to a different list.

    Can these things be done or am I going to have to go back to the drawing board?

    Thanks in advance

    Dave Gillen – FS Concierge
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    Could you use a different ejunkie account for each list?


    Dave Gillen - Client Acquisition | Brisbane | (07) 3180 0288
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    I didn’t think of that, will look into it. Thank you

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    As a programmer, I would do this in the code. Create a custom page that waits for the return from Paypal, and adds your subscription. I’m not sure of the specifics of your site so I can’t go into much more detail than that, sorry :)

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    Have you looked at zapier, assuming it can link ejunkie with mailchimp, it can have different triggers and conditions etc per rule.

    Kelly Exeter FS Editor
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    Like Aaron – I was going to suggest Zapier. This is exactly the kind of thing it’s built for :)

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