Integrate your WordPress blog or website with HubSpot
Yes, definitely. Go for it!
For most of the functionality, yes. Some things (Like the Call to Action manager, some widgets and some shortcodes) work without being a HubSpot customer, but the really good stuff (like Lead Tracking and Analytics) require a HubSpot account.
Right now, there is not a clear path from a specific call to action to a specific Lead. You can look at how many leads you have received from a certain form, against the number of clicks that call to action has had, and find out how successful a specific Call to Action has been at generating Leads.
To use the Analytics integration, you need a version of HubSpot that supports the external site tracking code, which includes Professional and Enterprise.
I think you're asking if you can use HTML in Calls to Action. The answer is yes :) It uses the default WordPress editor,
The plugin uses minimum CSS and inserts valid HTML when necessary.
If I were in your position, I would always use CTAs, which point to Pages on my WordPress site. I'd use HubSpot Exported HTML Forms on those pages. That way, you have a smooth consistent experience on your site,
You can choose which CTAs to randomly rotate through when inserting CTAs into your site.
Yup! The WordPress plugin is theme-agnostic.
Definitely! We use the standard WordPress editor, so you can even use anything that is in your WordPress image library for your CTA.
You can put it in either. On the visual editor there is a button to make inserting shortcodes a snap.
The Follow Me block is set up the same as however you configured Follow Me in HubSpot. If you can set up the HubSpot Follow Me block to work the way that you'd like, it will work here as well.
There is written documentation inside of the plugin, which you can access by clicking on "Help" in the top right of any page.
Unfortunately no - This Subscriber widget is a frontend to Feedburner's interface specifically.
Your feedburner feed will look something like http://feeds.feedburner.com/myfeedid. Go to http://feedburner.google.com and right-click on the RSS icon next to the Feed Title and click 'Copy Link Address'. You can also just left-click on the RSS icon next to the Feed Title and copy the URL in the addressbar on the next page.
Shortcodes are small bits of code that make the creation of advanced HTML elements easy. The HubSpot WordPress plugin uses shortcodes to display contact info, [hs_contact], and team info, [hs_team], to make inserting and managing the content associated with these pages effortless.
Make sure you have input the proper HubSpot Hub ID on the HubSpot WordPress plugin configuration page. You can then use the widget under Appearance->Widgets titled "HubSpot: Follow Widget".
The plugin forwards all requests to http://www.yoursite.com/feed with a 302 redirect. The plugin also replaces all links with your Feedburner address.
Go to the profile page of the name you want to change. Make sure you filled out your first and last name, then select the full name you would like to display for 'Display name publicly as'.
An action is a request for your reader to do something. The HubSpot plugin comes with a Call to Action manager that allows you to create calls to action. You can then use the [hs-action] shortcode or sidebar widget to randomly display your actions. The manager keeps track of clicks, impressions and CTR.
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Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-5-14
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