WordPress is software that you use to create stunning websites or blogs. With WordPress, you can create a beautiful website, blog, or app without any technical knowledge. You simply add and arrange content and features using WordPress' stylish & intuitive interface.
Intercom is a customer communication platform built for business, used by many businesses from small start-ups to global enterprises. It enables targeted communication with customers on your website, inside your web and mobile apps, and by e-mail.Intercom Integrations
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Triggered when you add a new comment.
Triggered when you add a new post.
Triggered when a new user is added.
Triggers when you close a conversation. (Note: The "Reply and close" button won't trigger this. You must reply and then close the conversation separately).
Triggers when a new conversation is created by a user in Intercom.
Triggers when a new Lead is created.
Triggers when a new user is created.
Create a new post, including the status allowing the creation of drafts.
Create user including the status allowing the creation of drafts
Deletes an existing user.
Create or update an Intercom lead. If an ID is provided, the lead will be updated.
Update a user within Intercom given their e-mail address.
Send a message from a user into your Intercom app. Note: you must have a valid plan on Intercom to access this action.
We are witnessing the world of marketing transforming to a new digital era. The internet is no more a place for marketing, it’s become a marketing top. It has changed the way brands reach to their customers and how they engage with them.
WordPress has been ruling the blogosphere for quite some time. WordPress is an open source content management system which you can use to write your own blog or website. It’s easy to use, fast, secure and reliable. This makes it the most popular CMS in the world.
Intercom is a messaging app which helps companies build relationships with their customers. They provide features like live chat, in-app messaging, email support, etc. It’s an integrated marketing platform which allows you to manage all your customer support channels in one place.
This ensures that your customers get consistent answers across all their channels which results in better productivity.
If you study the history of Intercom, it’s actually not very different from WordPress. Both of them started out as side projects by developers who were working full time at other jobs. That’s why both of them are open source. Both of them are built on top of Ruby on Rails. And both of them are headquartered in San Francisco (yeah, isn’t it cop.
If you take a deeper look at both of these sputions, you can spot many differences between them. But one thing is common between them. they are both used by thousands of people around the world. The reason behind their success is their unique benefit which they offer over conventional alternatives. WordPress offers a unique benefit over simple blogging platforms and Intercom offers a unique benefit over email and phone based customer service sputions.
Intercom integrates with several third-party products including Stripe, Zapier, Mailchimp, etc. You don’t have to integrate those products individually as Intercom does it for you. This enables you to provide a seamless experience for your customers across multiple platforms, significantly reducing the number of customer support queries you receive. In fact, nearly 400 companies including Trello, Desk.com, Campaign Monitor and others use this feature to save time and money they would have otherwise spent on integration tasks they can now accomplish with Intercom. Let’s take the example of Trello to understand how this works:
Trello is a project management software which is used by millions of people across the world. Trello users can set up automated workflows from Trello to Intercom using “Connectors” which are built by Trello itself or by third parties like Zapier who have built a Connector that allows users to connect their Trello account with Intercom. This way, every time a new comment is left on a Trello card, an Intercom message will be sent to the customer who left the comment. It will contain details about the message and also allow for private conversations between individuals and groups of users through Intercom:
You don’t need to worry about integrating any code as everything is built into Intercom. All you need is to link your accounts with each other and you are good to go! The process of integration is super-fast and takes only a few minutes. And you don’t need to pay anything as it’s completely free!
Let’s take another example of how you can integrate WordPress and Intercom:
You can also do this by adding a simple plugin to your site and then connecting your WordPress site to Intercom:
The plugin will enable you to integrate your WordPress site with Intercom and create custom forms and messages which will appear on your WordPress site whenever someone uses the contact form:
One more benefit that WordPress has over conventional blogging platforms is SEO Integration. By integrating your WordPress site with Intercom you can automatically add meta tags and social sharing buttons to your posts which will improve search engine rankings and increase traffic:
As we saw earlier, there are many benefits of integrating WordPress and Intercom together. Here are some of them:
It helps you reduce the number of customer support queries by providing a single platform where users can access information about your product or service through live chat, email or phone calls. It increases transparency between your company and its customers as all conversations are shared directly to your website where users can read them whenever they want to. It saves user time as no extra clicks are needed to access information about your product or service user can simply click on your website instead of searching for it manually throughout various websites or mobile apps. It improves search engine optimization because meta tags are added automatically without any manual intervention by your team. It improves conversion rates because every user gets the same experience across all channels including website, emails, phone calls, etc. It improves engagement because users don’t have to remember credentials every time they want to access support information for your product or service because all credentials are saved directly into their browser so they don’t have to login again each time they visit your website. It allows you to personalize experience for each user based on their preferences, location, browsing history, etc so that you can target relevant content at each individual customer. This can be achieved using Data Gravity feature which allows you to create custom audiences based on data cplected by Intercom via webhooks or API calls that connects directly into CRM (customer relationship management. systems like Salesforce or Hubspot. It provides complete analytics about how users interact with your website so that you know exactly what works well for your business and what doesn’t work so that you can make necessary changes whenever you want to. You can see an example of this system here (it’s an infographic created using Infogram. There are many other features like autoresponders, live chat rooms, pages monitoring etc which will help you grow your business faster than ever. Most importantly, integration won’t cost you anything as it’s completely free till August 2017! afterward it will cost $29/month for 10k users but still it will be cheaper than any other alternative spution out there! The best part is that even if you choose not to pay anything after August 2017, Google Analytics integration will continue to work without any problem! So you won’t lose anything after August 2017 either! So go ahead and integrate WordPress with Intercom today!
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