Log into your Zapier account and select CreateZap!
Name your Zap
Select Webhooks by Zapier as your trigger
Select "Catch Hook" as your trigger event
Select copy to copy the endpoint URL you'll be posting leads to
Next, it will ask you to send a test to the endpoint. Using a tool like Postman or Insomnia can be a quick solution for posting test data like this.
Once you've posted a test lead, the Zapier webhook will read the request and pull the field names to build the webhook connection.
Next, create your action. Here you will select the LeadExec app and select the action event of "Create Lead."
The second step is to log in with your LeadExec credentials to connect Zapier with your LeadExec account.
Once your account is connected, select the lead source and campaign. This will populate the lead fields from LeadExec. Here you'll map the fields you created in the webhook app to the fields from your lead type in LeadExec.
Next, click the button to submit a test to post to LeadExec.
Once you successfully test the action posting to LeadExec, you can enable your zap!