Hi, welcome to funnelmoose.com and my illustrated step by step guide of how to delete a campaign in GetResponse.
There could be many reasons why you want to delete contacts from your GetResponse account:
- No longer running that particular promotion
- A particular email marketing campaign has not worked out
- You’re about to be moved up to the next price tier due to the number of subscribers you have so you want to free up some space
- You want to remove inactive subscribers from your list
The list of reasons is practically endless, however, the solution is still the same.
In this GetResponse tutorial, I’ll give you both a quick guide and an illustrated guide.
Let’s get to it.
GetResponse Delete Campaign Quick Guide
Step 1: Log in to your GetResponse account and click on Lists in the top dashboard menu.
Step 2: Search for the email list (campaign) you wish to delete, look across the row that it is on and click the 3 dots on the right.
Step 3: Click Delete in the menu that opens.
Step 4: Click on the blue Yes, Delete button.
How To Delete A Campaign In GetResponse Illustrated Guide
Log in to your GetResponse account and click on Lists on the top of the home screen:
You will now see all of the lists that you have created within your GetResponse account:
You want to look across the row of the campaign/email list you are wanting to delete (for this example I’m using the list called funnel_moose_demo) and place your cursor on the three dots:
Click on Delete in the menu that has opened:
Click on Yes, delete:
You can now see that your campaign has been deleted from your email lists:
As you’ve seen, this is a very easy way to remove contacts from your GetResponse account.
Now you have deleted your GetResponse campaign, you may like to know how to create a new list: How To Create A GetResponse List
I also have the following article for removing inactive contacts from GetResponse: GetResponse Delete Inactive Contacts
Thank you for taking the time to read my how to delete a campaign in GetResponse article, I hope you found it helpful.
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