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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.
Triggers when a new specified form is submitted.
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
Create a Ticket in HubSpot
Create or Update a contact in HubSpot
Update a Company in HubSpot"
Update a Deal in HubSpot
Creates a new form entry.
Creates an entry and fires all events associated with a form submission such as notifications and add-on feeds.
In this article, I will be addressing the integration of HubSpot and Gravity Forms. I will be focusing on how the integration works and the benefits that come from it. I am going to give a brief overview of HubSpot and Gravity Forms and how they work independently. Then I will discuss why you would want to integrate the two and how they work together. To start, let me introduce HubSpot.
HubSpot is a marketing platform for small businesses. According to HubSpot’s website, “it is designed as an integrated system to serve as the central nervous system of your business” (HubSpot. What this means is that with HubSpot, you can manage all of your customer data in one place. Specifically, HubSpot helps you to convert visitors into leads, convert leads into customers, and track and analyze everything.
Gravity Forms is a WordPress plugin which enables you to create forms and embed them on any page or post on your website. You can also use Gravity Forms with the popular e-commerce plugin WooCommerce. There are many different kinds of data you can cplect with Gravity Forms. emails, name and address, phone number, website, etc., and you can cplect whichever ones you like. Gravity Forms has over 20.000 active installs and has won awards such as “Best Productivity Add-on” (Gravity Forms. and is compatible with over 99% of WordPress websites (Gravity Forms.
The integration of HubSpot and Gravity Forms is simple and easy. You can integrate the two by adding a Gravity Form to a page or post on your site and then tracking the form using HubSpot. The communication between HubSpot and Gravity Forms is encrypted, so there is no risk of sharing sensitive information.
HubSpot’s login page looks like this:
You can see at the top what your account status is, along with several buttons to help you navigate through HubSpot.
Here are some screenshots of the different pages within the HubSpot interface:
Inside the “Marketing” tab, you can manage your contacts, leads, sales pipeline, report progress, etc.
Inside the “Analytics” tab, you can view data about traffic sources, landing pages, keywords, etc.
Inside the “Blog” tab, you can publish posts to your blog. If you are using WordPress, HubSpot will automatically set up your RSS feed for you. HubSpot has written a blog post specifically for setting up your WordPress blog with HubSpot here.
Inside the “Content” tab, you can view all of your content including blog posts, guides, webinars, videos, images, etc. From here you can schedule posts for future publication dates or publish them immediately. You can also see your SEO ranking for each post along with your traffic stats after publishing it. You can also import articles from other sources into your content library within HubSpot.
There are several ways to view your contacts inside HubSpot. Contacts Overview shows you statistics about what you have sent out to your contacts (emails, SMSes, etc.. as well as what your contacts have generated (leads/contacts generated. Contacts by Type allows you to view all of your contacts by type (e.g., contact by email address. Contacts by Activity allows you to view all of your contacts by activity (e.g., contacts who have generated leads. Contacts by Industry allows you to view all of your contacts by industry (e.g., contacts in the real estate industry. Contacts by Social Media allows you to view all of your contacts by social media activity (e.g., contacts who have liked or commented on one of your posts on Facebook. Contacts by Location allows you to view all of your contacts by location (e.g., contacts who live in New York City.
The Lead section shows you all of the leads generated through HubSpot (hubspot. Leads are generated when someone fills out a form from one of your forms or from an email campaign sent from HubSpot or from a referral from a contact in one of your lists. A lead is basically a potential customer who has taken the first step towards working with you. Once a lead has been generated, it can be assigned to a member of your team so that they can fplow up with specific tasks related to that lead. The Lead section also shows you a list of specific actions that have been done for that lead as well as a list of emails sent for that lead. The Marketing Calendar section shows a calendar where you can schedule blog posts for a future date as well as view past blog posts from previous months or weeks or days if needed. The Marketing Tops section shows tops which you can use to make managing your website easier such as creating Google ads for AdWords or creating Facebook ads for Facebook Ads Manager or creating Twitter cards for Twitter Ads Manager. Finally, the Integrations section shows the integrations that have been set up for HubSpot such as Google Analytics or SalesForce or Microsoft Dynamics CRM or Zapier or any other integration that has been connected to HubSpot. In addition to these sections shown above there are also sections about Sales & Support and Account Settings & Admin which I will not go into detail about now but they are very similar to sections mentioned above with different names and functions within those sections. That is pretty much all there is to know about HubSpot! Now let’s talk about Gravity Forms! First let’s look at what it looks like when we visit their website:
Then we will take a look at what we would see if we were logged into our account:
The Dashboard section shows statistics about form submissions and form analytics such as clicks and time spent on forms:
The Posts section allows us to create posts and forms easily and quickly:
The Shortcodes section shows us how we can use shortcodes to embed forms on any page or post:
The Widgets section shows us how we can add forms to our sidebar without needing any code:
The Integrations section allows us to connect Gravity Forms with WordPress plugins such as Ninja Forms and Caldera Forms:
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