Merge List


You may use any of the following as merge codes in your email.

If you put MY_ at the beginning of the code, it will insert your information. E.g., #MY_FNAME# will show your first name and #FNAME# will show the contact's first name. Note: Even for those items that obviously the contact could not have, like SITE, you must put MY_ in front of it, like #MY_SITE#. If you do not, it will try to look up the SITE name for the contact, and leave it blank, since they do not have a site name.

Just remember, if it is your information, put MY_ at the beginning. Even if the message is a New Lead Notification, sent to yourself, this rule still applies.

Note: #MY_PASSWORD# will not work.

Merge Code What replaces it
#NAME#First Name Last Name
#FNAME#First Name
#LNAME#Last Name
#EMAIL#Email Address
#SITE#ben Site Name - also used to log into Back Office
#ADDRESS#Street Address
#ADDRESS2#2nd line of Street Address
#CITY#City
#STATE#State or Province
#ZIP#Post/Zip Code
#COUNTRY#Country
#TIMEZONE#Time Zone
#BESTTIME#Best Time To Contact
#BUSINESS#Business Name
#DAYPHONE#Day Phone Number
#DAYPHONE_DIGITS#Day Phone Number - digits only
#EVEPHONE#Evening Phone Number
#EVEPHONE_DIGITS#Evening Phone Number - digits only
#CELLPHONE#Mobile/Cell Phone Number
#CELLPHONE_DIGITS#Cell Phone Number - digits only
#FAX#Fax Number
#FAX_DIGITS#Fax Number - digits only
#OPTINDATETIME#Date and time the form on your site was filled out, or the date and time they opted in if a contact you uploaded, or if a lead from ben
#PERSONALINFO# As much of the following as we have, arranged as shown:
Name: #FNAME# #LNAME#
Email: #EMAIL#
Site Name: #SITE#
Address: #ADDRESS#
#ADDRESS2#
#CITY#, #STATE# #ZIP#
#COUNTRY#
Day Phone: #DAYPHONE#
Eve Phone: #EVEPHONE#
Cell Phone: #CELLPHONE#
Time Zone: #TIMEZONE#
Best Time to Contact: #BESTTIME#
The following fields apply only to Prospects. Therefore, you should never have MY_ in front of them.
#ABOUT_YOURSELF#About yourself - your WHY
#CURRENT_OCCUPATION#Current Occupation
#DESIRED_INCOME#Desired Income
#DOB#Date of birth
#GENDER#Gender
#HOURS_A_WEEK#How many hours a week
#INTEREST_LEVEL#Interest Level
#MLM_BEFORE#Been in Network Marketing before
#MONEY_TO_INVEST#How much money to invest
#PROSPECT_COMMENTS#Prospect's Comments
#START_WHEN#How soon could you start?
The following fields apply only to you. Therefore, you should always have MY_ in front of them.
#MY_SITE#ben Site Name - also used to log into Back Office -
#MY_MEMBERID# -
#MY_FACEBOOK#Enter your Facebook USERNAME ONLY in the box below: -
#MY_TWITTER#Enter your Twitter USERNAME ONLY in the box below: -
#MY_WORDPRESS#Enter your ENTIRE WordPress LINK in the box below: -
#MY_YOUTUBE#Enter your YouTube USERNAME ONLY in the box below: -
Putting your picture in works only if you are creating a complete html email.
#MY_PICTURE#/images/people/.jgp
if you have uploaded a picture, or

/images/people/default.gif
if you haven't. default.gif is transparent.

Note: In the email you should put
<img src=http://www.stg-beneveme.xyz#MY_PICTURE#>

#MY_PICTURE_WH#This adds the width and height parameters.

/images/people/ID.jgp width=70 height=70
if you have uploaded a picture, or

/images/people/default.gif width=70 height=70
if you haven't. default.gif is transparent.

Note: In the email you should put
<img src=http://www.stg-beneveme.xyz#MY_PICTURE#>

#DOMAIN# Domain the email is sent from. Never put MY_ in front of it.
Including a date. Use #DATE# to insert the date the email is sent, or any date a certain number of days before or after the date the email is sent.

Never put MY_ in front of DATE.

The simplest is to add or subtract a number of days:
+3 means add three days. -3 means subtract three days.

Be sure you have no space anywhere between the #s.

#DATE# Today: July 18, 2024
#DATE+3# 3 days from today: July 21, 2024
#DATE-3# 3 days before today: July 15, 2024
#DATE+365# 365 days after today: July 18, 2025
You can also add or subtract a number of months or years. The advantage to adding one month rather than 30 days it that it takes the number of days in the month into account. Adding one year rather than 365 days takes leap year into account:
To add/subtract months put an M or m after the number.
To add/subtract years put a Y or y after the number.

+3M means add three months. -3M means subtract three months.
+3Y means add three years. -3Y means subtract three years.

#DATE-1M# 1 month before today: June 18, 2024
#DATE+10M# 10 months after today: May 18, 2025
#DATE+1Y# 1 year after today: July 18, 2025
Advanced Date options
Warning: Keep reading only if you are not easily confused!
You can combine the modifiers. However, they must all be included, even if with a zero, and must be in the order Year Month Day. Also note that adding/subtracting the years is done first, then adding/subtracting the months, and finally adding/subtracting the days.

+1Y-2M+0D means one year, less two months, from now (same as +10M huh?)
+1Y+0M+3D means one year and three days from now. This isn't necessarily the same as +368D because it takes leap year into account.
+1Y-1M+4D would go ahead one year, then back one month, then forward four days.

Note: If you are adding or subtracting only days, you may use just a number or a number plus D. If you are doing anything other than just days, you must include the D for days.

Again, be sure you do not have any spaces between the #s.

#DATE+0Y+10M+0D# 0 years, 10 months, 0 days after today:
May 18, 2025
#DATE+1Y+2M+4D# 1 year, 2 months, 4 days after today:
September 22, 2025
#DATE+1Y-1M+4D# ahead 1 year, back 1 month, then ahead 4 days from today: June 22, 2025