I'd like to create a simple webpage Constant Contact survey. But the point of entry would be from a sort of login page using a predetermined code from a cashier's receipt, their e-mail address and store location. Basically it's a campaign where you enter a promo-code in a Coca-cola bottlecap online, but instead connects to a Constant Contact survey.
Here is what I want to do:
1. Create a landing page with a form that accepts a cashier receipt code, e-mail address and store location. The receipt code will be pre-generated and stored in an outside database.
2. Once the user enters all information, the outside database will match receipt code for verification, using PHP and mySQL. Simultaneously, their e-mail is stored in Constant Contact, through API coding. Finally, the landing page redirects them to a Constant Contact online survey.
The hard part is passing the e-mail address data onto the CC survey? That's without having the user to retype their e-mail information again on the survey form. Perhaps pass or pre-populate the field through some API code variable? Can this be done?
The end result is after the survey is finished is a redirect to a promotional coupon (multi-printable). I'm using Constant Contact b/c I want to use the stats package and e-mail database without having to generate stat reports form client.
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