HubSpot Tracking Code for WordPress

Description

HubSpot’s WordPress plugin allows existing HubSpot customers and trial users to install the HubSpot tracking code on their existing WordPress blogs and websites.

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Note: HubSpot collects usage information about this plugin so that we can better serve our customers and know what features to add. By installing and activating the HubSpot for WordPress plugin you agree to these terms.

Installation

(using the WordPress Admin Console)

  1. From your dashboard, click on “Plugins” in the left sidebar
  2. Add a new plugin
  3. Search for “HubSpot”
  4. Install “HubSpot Tracking Code”
  5. Once Installed, click Settings → HubSpot Settings
  6. Enter your Hub ID and press “Save Settings” (your Hub ID can be found with the product version at the bottom of your HubSpot Dashboard. Once you’ve entered it into the plugin settings, click the Click here to authenticate button. You’ll be asked to login to HubSpot and give access).

http://help.hubspot.com/articles/How_To_Doc/how-to-install-hubspot-javascript-tracking-code-on-wordpress

(manually via FTP)

  1. Delete any existing ‘hubspot’ folder from the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  2. Upload the ‘hubspot’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  4. Once Installed, click on the HubSpot plugin in your sidebar and go to “settings”
  5. Enter your Hub ID and press “Save Settings” (your Hub ID can be found with the product version at the bottom of your HubSpot Dashboard. Once you’ve entered it into the plugin settings, click the Click here to authenticate button. You’ll be asked to login to HubSpot and give access).

Reviews

basic functionality missing!

It is good that it work with different forms, but it doesn’t make ANY sense that it only maps First Name, Last Name, phone and email to the leads created on Hubspot.
Like seriously, you are already sending all the parameter values from the forms, why not match them with the contact’s properties on Hubspot and create a full contact/lead profile?
It is a pain to have to assign property values to each lead by hand, while the plugin could do it automatically by adding a couple of lines of code. I feel like this is basic functionality of creating contacts in a system.

It would be great if they add this functionality.

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Contributors & Developers

“HubSpot Tracking Code for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.1.2

  • Fix PHP 7 deprecation notice

1.1.1

  • Bump compatibility

1.1.0

  • Fix issue with custom post type posts being labeled with “blog-post”
  • Fix deprecated warnings
  • Improve validation

1.0.0

  • Launched the plugin