LeadIn – WordPress CRM
|Author:||HubSpot (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0|
|WordPress version tested:||5.1.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||12-03-2014|
|Total downloads:||765 012|
|Active installs:||70 000+|
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Manage all your leads in one place.
Build and send an automated follow up email using the simple drag-and-drop email builder.
No coding required.
Convert site visitors into leads.
Live Chat lets you chat with website visitors in real time.
Manage all your conversations from live chat and email in one place.
- Your website or blog must be using WordPress.org version 3.7 or higher on your server. We recommend the latest version.
- The wp_footer function must be included in your WordPress theme’s footer file (footer.php).
- You must be a WordPress admin to be able to install plugins for your site. If you are not the admin, you can forward these instructions to the person who manages your WordPress install.
What does the plugin do?
HubSpot All-In-One Marketing allows you to use HubSpot forms, popups, and live chat on your WordPress website. This all-in-one marketing plugin gives you all the tools you need to grow your email list.
What is HubSpot?
HubSpota> provides a suite of marketing, sales, customer service, and CRM products to help you grow your business including.
Who should use HubSpot All-In-One Marketing?
HubSpot is perfect for agencies, business owners, small businesses, bloggers, designers, anyone with a WordPress website and wants to use forms, popups, and live chat on their website.
Do I need to have coding skills to use the HubSpot WordPress plugin?
Not at all. You can create and manage forms without any coding using our user-friendly drag and drop form builder.
How do I upgrade?
The HubSpot’s paid tiers are built for those who want more advanced functionality. If you’d like to learn more about HubSpot’s paid tiers, view our pricing page.
Why aren’t my popups working?
There are three reasons your popup forms may not be working:
- Your tracking code is not installed properly. Please see the instructions above, or this article for troubleshooting.
- You previously cancelled, or pressed “x,” on your popup. Once you dismiss the popup we will not show it for 14-days.
- You, or your contact, already filled out the popup form. Once a popup form is submitted, it will not display again for the same user.
What will my visitors see if I have multiple popup forms active on a page?
If a visitor has previously dismissed a popup form:
They won’t be presented with that same popup form for 14 days. If they previously submitted that popup and view a page with the same popup on the same browser without clearing their cookies, they will not be shown the same popup form again.
If more than one popup is set to a single URL:
The popup form set to the most specific page URL will take priority. For example, if you have a popup set to load on “All Pages” and a popup is set to load on “http://www.domain.com/home”, the popup form set to load on “http://www.domain.com/home” will display. This applies to popups that have the same triggers (On 50% page scroll, On exit intent, etc) or the same type (popup box, dropdown banner, etc).
If there are two popups with different triggers set to load on the same page with the same location specificity:
The popup form won’t conflict each other and will wait for their respective triggers, given that the user has not previously submitted or dismissed either popup form. For example, if a popup form is set to load on all pages and is triggered on 50% page scroll and another popup is set to load on all pages and is triggered on exit intent, the two popups will load when the user triggers each popup.
Check out this help article for more details.
My question is not listed.
Please visit the HubSpot Community for more detailed documentation and support. Thank you!
- Current version: 7.3.1
- Current version release: 2019-04-17
- Fix missing assets
- Drop support for PHP<5.6
- Drop support for WP<4
- Removed hubspot from admin top bar
- Add deeper integration with HubSpot. Starts a new release of a new forms integration within WordPress. Released progressively for some users.