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Integrate MailChimp Ecommerce with Databox

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About MailChimp Ecommerce

Mailchimp makes it easy to sell stuff online, even if you don’t have an e-commerce store. Our website and commerce tools give you everything you need to launch your business, including a custom domain.

About Databox

Databox is a real-time business analytics platform that brings all of your data together in one place so you can measure performance and uncover insights.

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Connect MailChimp Ecommerce + Databox in easier way

It's easy to connect MailChimp Ecommerce + Databox without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Customers

    Triggers when a new customers is created or sent.

  • New Orders

    Triggers when a new Orders is created or sent

  • New Products

    Triggers when a new Products is created or sent

    Actions
  • Create Customer

    Creates a Customers draft

  • Create Order

    Creates a custom Order for an existing

  • Create Product

    Creates a Product draft

  • Increase Counter

    Increment a specified metric by 1 every time this action happens.

  • Push Custom Data

    Push any custom data to Databox.

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How MailChimp Ecommerce & Databox Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose MailChimp Ecommerce as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Databox as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from MailChimp Ecommerce to Databox.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of MailChimp Ecommerce and Databox

MailChimp is an email marketing and automation platform, which was created in 2001 by Ben Chestnut and Dan Kurzius. MailChimp has a free account for small businesses and startups, up to 2,000 subscribers, 12,000 emails per month and 12 custom fields.

With the growth of its popularity, the company has started offering paid accounts with more advanced features. Today, MailChimp provides services for many types of businesses. In 2016, MailChimp raised $100 million in funding, and became the world’s most popular marketing platform.

Databox is a business intelligence spution for websites. It was built on top of Google’s BigQuery and App Engine. Databox provides a way to build and share dashboards with users from other companies. Databox allows you to add unlimited widgets to your dashboard and share it with others, including non-technical staff.

Integration of MailChimp Ecommerce and Databox

In this section, I will present a case study about how MailChimp integrates with Databox. First, I will explain how MailChimp integrates with Databox from the perspective of a user. Then, I will explain how it works from the perspective of a developer.

From the perspective of a user:

  • When the user wants to add an eCommerce tracking code to a specific page on their website, they go to the Databox website and navigate to the “Ecommerce Widget” section. They then click on a button that says “Add Widget” and it opens up a pop-up window that prompts them to select from a list of available widgets that are compatible with their current template. After selecting a widget, the user can set it up by clicking on the “Advanced Settings” tab at the bottom of the window. The user can now enter the website URL where they want to insert the widget and select which type of eCommerce tracking code they want to use (standard or enhanced. Then, they can assign it to a specific page on their website. They can also save this widget for later use by clicking on “Save for Later” or delete it by clicking the red “Delete” button at the bottom of the screen after they finish setting everything up. The user can also change some more settings on the Advanced tab, such as selecting which currency they want to use for transactions in their dashboard. The user can also choose whether or not they want to show their default currency in their store. If they choose not to show their default currency in their store, they must specify whether or not they want to have access to their default currency in their dashboard. Finally, they can choose whether or not they want to merge all shipments into one shipment on their dashboard.
  • The user can also choose how many days worth of data they want to see in their dashboard and what time period they want to see data over when they first create their account. They can always adjust these settings later on by going to “Dashboard” and selecting “View Settings” next to the account that they want to change.
  • The user can choose what type of data they want to see on their dashboard in the “Data Sources” section under “Dashboard” on the left side of the screen. Once they decide on what data they want to see, they can drag and drop it into different sections in their dashboard. For example, if they want to see a bar graph showing how much money each product is making every day, they can drag and drop it into “Product Performance” at the top of their dashboard. They can also export this data into CSV format by clicking on a button that says “Export Data” under each graph or table in their dashboard.
  • After adding multiple widgets to their dashboard, the user can publish it by clicking on a button that says “Publish Dashboard” at the top right corner of their dashboard. This will make their dashboard public so that other users can view it and interact with it. To make it private again, they would just need to click on “Edit Dashboard” at the top right corner of their dashboard instead of “Publish Dashboard”, which is located above all of their widgets in their published dashboard. They can also add notes about what each widget represents along with specifying the date range for each widget in their dashboard by clicking on “Edit Dashboard” at the top right corner of their dashboard. These notes come in handy when sharing your dashboard with someone else from your team because they allow that person to understand why you placed each widget where you did and what you expect from them when interacting with your dashboard. They can also share your dashboard with others in one click by clicking on a button that says “Share Dashboard” beneath each widget in their dashboard (as seen below.

The process to integrate MailChimp Ecommerce and Databox may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.