Sending emails, including the confirmation email, to spammy submissions would damage your domain's email reputation, adversely affecting overall email deliverability.
How does webform spam damage your domain's reputation?
Spam submissions use other people's email addresses without their knowledge, so when the real owners receive your email, they often end up reporting your email as spam, that includes the optin (double) confirmation email.
Every spam report damages your domain's reputation. SpamKill stops webform spams before they reach Infusionsoft. It uses a combination of various techniques to block spam submissions.
SpamKill does not use those annoying captchas, they never work anyway!
Easy to implement, Preserves all the automation
SpamKill works on top of your Infusionsoft webforms. Our magic code converter will take your Infusionsoft webform code and convert it into spamproof form code. Whatever automation you have in place, it will continue to function in the same manner.
As easy as putting in the Infusionsoft code
Simple 3-step process to converts your Infusionsoft webform code into SpamKill protected webform code
Paste Infusionsoft webform's code into our Code Converter
Copy the HTML code from Infusionsoft and paste in the converter
Press the magic button - "Convert"
Easy so far, right?
Copy the new SpamKill protected code
Now you've the SpamKill protected code, put it on your website just like you would put Infusionsoft code
How does SpamKill function?
SpamKill works as filtering gate between your webform and Infusionsoft. Only human submissions would be sent to Infusionsoft.
It works with both types of webforms - legacy and campaign builder.
SpamKill's Trade Secret (Shhh...)
They say if you want to break something, learn how it works.
We did exactly that. We consulted some whitehat web automation bot developers to understand how spam bot works. Any automation bot looks for similarities. Since all webforms of any particular ESPs are same, they can be easily targeted.
In addition to some standard practises to block webform spams, the most unique feature of SpamKill is that every webform has unique structure, making it impossible for spam bots to develop a pattern, though it would appear the same to your visitors visually. Even if you convert same webform twice, the underlying code structure would be different both the times.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use it on my wordpress website?
Yes, SpamKill works on any platform which can accept HTML form code. The converter provides instructions for these three implementation - standalone HTML, OptimizePress and ClickFunnes. If you are facing difficulties implementating with any other platform, please get in touch with support and we'll help you with that.
My form has custom fields, would it work?
I have a sequenced triggered by my webform. How can I make it work with SpamKill?
You do not have to do anything. The lead would be processed just like if it was submitted via the Infusionsoft webform.
“It has been really magic, with no captchas, really simple to implement on the website, as easy as putting in the infusionsoft code. It really has made me look like a complete hero to my client.”