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Triggers when a new company is available.
Triggers when a new contact is available.
Triggers when a new deal is available.
Triggers when a deal enters a specified deal.
Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.
Triggered when a new notification is created.
Adds a contact to a specific static list. (Marketing Hub Starter plans and above)
Adds a file to a specific contact.
Associates the deal with dealId with the contact.
Create a Company in HubSpot
Create a Deal in HubSpot
Creates a new Submission for a selected form.
Create a Ticket in HubSpot
Create or Update a contact in HubSpot
Update a Company in HubSpot"
Update a Deal in HubSpot
Create a new issue.
Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).
Update an existing issue.
In HubSpot, customers can build inbound marketing campaigns. HubSpot is a customer experience software that helps companies to find new customers, generate leads, and convert leads into customers. HubSpot also offers social media management, analytics, landing pages, e-mail marketing, and blogging. HubSpot has a free trial.
GitHub is a web-based hosting service for version contrp using Git. It is mostly used for computer code. GitHub offers all of the distributed version contrp and source code management functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It provides access contrp and several cplaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project. It also provides access to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
HubSpot is an integrated business software application that runs on HubSpot’s cloud platform or on-premises (HubSpot On-Prem. The HubSpot team worked with the GitHub team to integrate HubSpot with GitHub so it would be easy for users who use both HubSpot and GitHub to work together.
HubSpot integrates with GitHub by allowing HubSpot users to:
Send leads to GitHub projects
Create HubSpot landing pages from GitHub projects
Allow external users to access internal HubSpot projects through GitHub organizations and teams
Import issues, pull requests, commits, and files from GitHub into HubSpot
HubSpot also supports APIs integration with GitHub. Code can be synchronized between HubSpot and GitHub via API calls. Integrations can be done using Ruby or Node.js. To learn more about how to connect HubSpot with GitHub, fplow this link. http://docs.hubspot.com/connect/github/
The benefits of integrating HubSpot with GitHub include:
Automated lead nurturing
HubSpot allows developers to create a lead nurture campaign with a single click from a GitHub issue or pull request. The campaign emails are automatically created from the content in the GitHub issue or pull request using the data from the issue or pull request details. This is a time saver since it does not require the user to manually create emails for each issue or pull request. Using the insights provided by Git repository analytics and intelligence, HubSpot will provide business value reports for your organization on lead activities, key issues, and users related to your integration. You can also set up notifications when a change is made in a repository you have connected. This also reduces manual work since your team will receive notifications directly without having to check the repository every time someone makes a change. You can track activity around a specific issue or pull request by adding it as a “watch” user or group on your HubSpot account. When an issue or pull request is created, you can receive notifications by email whenever someone comments on the issue or pull request or if someone adds any labels or tags to the issue or pull request. You can also set up notifications when someone creates an issue or pull request referencing your company name or when someone references your company name in the description of the issue or pull request. You can view all of the GitHub integrations available as part of the standard version of a HubSpot plan. You can view them here. https://hubspot.zendesk.com/hc/articles/204648854-What-are-the-HubSpot-integrations-available-as-part-of-the-standard-version-of-a-HubSpot-plan You can claim the integration using the form below. https://hubspot.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/212083637-Claiming-a-HubSpot-integration Click on “Claim integration” to get started Connecting HubSpot with GitHub is not free. However, you will get a 30 day free trial upon connecting it with your account. After the trial period ends, you will still be able to use all of the features but they will be limited until you pay $50 per month for the integration service. Please note that you can only connect one HubSpot account to one GitHub account at any given time. If you want to connect more than one account to GitHub, you will need to delete one of the accounts and then add another one as explained above. Get started with your free trial today! https://hubspot.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/212083637-Claiming-a-HubSpot-integration Here is an example of how you can use this integration. A developer creates a pull request in a GitHub repository stating that she needs some help with her code (this is referred to as an open source. This pull request will be sent directly to your lead pipeline where you can review and approve it before sending it to your sales team (this will be explained further below. Your sales team receives this lead from your lead pipeline, reviews it, and decides that they want to talk with this person about his new product idea. Your salesperson sends out an email asking if this person wants to chat about his new product idea and includes a link to his commit message in the repository where he asked for help in his commit message along with his name so it will look like this. "Dear XXXX, I found your request for help in Issue #12345678910 at <link> (repository URL. We would love to discuss how we can help you." The salesperson receives an email from the lead telling him that he would like to talk about his project idea so he schedules a call with the salesperson for next week at 1 PM EST . The salesperson schedules this meeting using HubSpot's scheduling top which was developed through a partnership between HubSpot and Acuity Scheduling so it does not require any additional installation or setup outside of what you already have in place from either team member. The salesperson uses shared calendars to schedule this meeting using information from their lead pipeline which includes all of their relevant contact information and any information they have on their public profile (if enabled. During their meeting, the salesperson discovers that this person is interested in building an app that will help small businesses across America sell products online using Amazon FBA (fulfillment by Amazon. The salesperson uses the contact details provided by the lead in their meeting template so they can schedule fplow up calls or send emails with relevant information regarding their product ideas and what they expect from X product supplier (data provided by X. in order for them to get started with their project. The salesperson sends out an email asking if this person wants to chat again about his new product idea since they were able to answer some of his questions during their last meeting (since it was on their calendar. and includes a link to his commit message in the repository where he asked for help in his commit message along with his name so it will look like this. "Dear XXXX, I found your request for help in Issue #12345678910 at <link> (repository URL. Since our last meeting we have learned more about some of the challenges that small businesses face when selling online using Amazon FBA so we would love to discuss how we can help you overcome these challenges." The lead sends out an email inviting the salesperson to another meeting where they discuss more details about what has been accomplished so far and what tasks are left before they are ready for their first pilot launch which is going to be done within 60 days . The salesperson receives an email from the lead asking him if he has anything else he would like to ask and what other resources he might need so that they can launch their first pilot phase within 60 days including what sort of budget this project requires (data provided by X. so it will look like this. "I am glad you decided to meet with me again since our last session so I hope you are enjoying our conversation today." The salesperson replies within 3 hours because he knows that this meeting was scheduled beforehand using HubSpot's scheduling top which was developed through a partnership between HubSpot and Acuity Scheduling so he does not need to do anything else other than reply back using email because it was automatically added to his calendar when he received this email from the lead because everything was already set up beforehand as part of the initial process of connecting HubSpot with GitHub as explained above. The salesperson gets back in touch with the lead within 3 hours because he knows that this meeting was scheduled beforehand using HubSpot's scheduling top which was developed through a partnership between HubSpot and Acuity Scheduling so he does not
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