10 Integrations available on Webflow

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Ellen Flannery
webflow integrations

1. Shopify and stripe

E-commerce on Webflow can be very easy with these popular third-party integrations. Shopify is one of the most popular E-commerce platforms, so integrating an already successful account can save businesses both time and energy.

Stripe is a highly rated and globally trusted payment processing platform. Integrating Stripe on an e-commerce website can be a very effective way of safely transferring money between customers and businesses.  

2. Social Media Platforms

The main social networking platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and more... can be seamlessly integrated into your Webflow website (See above). This featured integration showcases your marketing efforts on your social platforms, also giving visitors the opportunity to share and engage with your brand.

3. Trustpilot

Trustpilot is one of the most popular review tools available. By embedding and/or integrating your ratings to your site, it increases your brand credibility and encourages consumer trust. Promoting your product offering yourself is important, but it can fall short if there are no testimonials to support this promotion.

4. YouTube

Visual content is key to creating an interesting and engaging website. Whether you are showcasing your latest ad or providing informational content, video websites such as YouTube and Vimeo can be incredibly useful tools. There are also options like Lumen5, which converts shorter blog posts into easily-digestible videos. This can be especially useful because it makes your website more attractive to time-conscious people, who may not have time to read a long blog post.

5. Soundcloud

The increasing popularity of podcasts means many sites and businesses are wanting to direct visitors to their audio content. Soundcloud is a well-loved platform for podcasters as it is free and simple to use, but Webflow can also integrate with other platforms like Simplecast and art19. Podcasts also provide a great way to diversify your website’s offering; they can act as a bridge between traditional blog posts and video content.

6. Mailchimp

Mailchimp is a popular email marketing tool, and integrating Mailchimp into a website can encourage sign-ups, making it far easier to grow a mailing list. A mailing list creates a direct connection to your audience and can be a powerful tool in encouraging consistent engagement with followers; they have access to your content without having to necessarily visit the site.

7. Zapier

If you gather enquiries, requests, submissions or purchases across several platforms, Zapier will automatically streamline the process into one place. Automating repetitive or spread-out tasks across web apps can save businesses a lot of time, so integrating Zapier with Webflow can decrease the time spent on routine admin work.  

8. Google Analytics

Google Analytics is used to track and analyse website traffic and visitor insights. If utilized correctly, the tool can massively improve the success of marketing campaigns, SEO, and increase understanding of your target audience in general. It can also help you identify if – and what – changes need to be made to improve web traffic.

9. Hubspot

The Marketing and sales software Hubspot, is used to simplify and streamline customer management, marketing efforts and much more. The integration between Webflow and Hubspot is seamless, making it far easier to run a business.

10. Member Stack

Member Stack is used to make selected website content available to only those with a membership, meaning only subscribers can access the content. According to the majority of Webflow users, this integration is incredibly easy and straightforward.