With only our WebHook implementation in hand, the team behind the rather popular [Oempro](http://octeth.com/), integrated Wufoo with their hosted email marketing solution, [Sendloop](http://sendloop.com), in just a few days. Sendloop allows professionals to set up their own email campaigns with no monthly setup or fees and for only 1 cent per recipient.
Sendloop’s integration helps you send trackable email campaigns to your form applicants. Using their service and ours, you can start building a trackable subscriber list filled with Wufoo form applicant data in just a few minutes.
The integration consists of two parts. The first part is setting up the WebHook form in your Wufoo account and the second part is setting up the integration in your Sendloop account. Check out [Sendloop’s documentation](http://sendloop.com/help/integration/wufoo/) for a really well done step by step explanation describing how to set up the integration between our services.
Their new integration even comes with a field matching interface to associate any custom fields you’ve setup in Sendloop with data collected from your Wufoo forms.
Because Sendloop did such a great job integrating their service with ours, they actually inspired us to create a partner program that we’ve lovingly called The [Wufoo Wingman Program](http://www.wufoo.com/partners). We’ll, post more details about Wufoo Wingman later on the blog, but if you create a WebHook integration with as much care as Sendloop, we’ll reward that effort with a spot inside our Notification interface.
Please note that this integration **does not** allow you to export emails and fields that have already been collected through your form. It only works on entries after the integration is set up. Past entries would still need to be exported from Wufoo as a CSV file and then [imported into Sendloop](http://sendloop.com/help/subscriber_lists/import/).
Integration with Sendloop is available to all users across all plans and that’s probably how you like it. Thanks go out to the [Octeth team](http://octeth.com/) and their quick draw coding efforts to help us iron out our [WebHook implementation](http://www.wufoo.com/2010/02/16/setup-webhooks-in-wufoo-to-get-push-notifications-to-your-apps/). If you want to learn more about how to integrate Wufoo’s real time notifications with other great web applications, check out our [integration documentation](https://help.wudev.com/articles/en_US/kb/Integrations/).