Essential Webflow Integrations That You Need to Know About for Your Business

June 26, 2020


Amir M

We love Webflow for many reasons, but mostly because it's simple no-code editor helps businesses build quicker and launch cheaper than ever before.

On other no-code platforms, this simplicity comes at the cost of features or flexibility. But with Webflow? That couldn’t be further from the truth. 

Webflow, while easy to learn and use, also empowers subscribers with a wide range of integrations. Widgets, plugins, visual assets — you name it, Webflow’s got it.

Using these integrations, you can add powerful features to your website without a single line of code, including appointment scheduling, customer engagement tools and even user management options. 

In this article, we've gone through the hundreds of Webflow integrations available and picked the 4 that you should know about for your business. 

The Best Webflow Integrations: Google Analytics

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Google Analytics is essential for any web presence. It allows you to track and measure your visitors' behavior, what they are looking for on your website and whether you managed to convert them to a customer.

By collecting this data, you can make smarter decisions about where to invest your marketing spend and grow your business quicker.

Setting it up is simple:

  1. Create a Google Analytics account here. Once set up, you'll be given a 'Tracking ID'
  2. Go to your Webflow project settings, and click the Integrations tab
  3. Enter the ID you received earlier into the form and click 'Save Changes', then 'Publish'

The Best Webflow Integrations: MailChimp

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Email marketing is a key promotional channel for every modern business. Research shows that email marketing generates $38 for every $1 spent with some businesses generating as much as $76 on the dollar!

With the MailChimp Webflow integration, you can add email signup to your website in seconds, then use MailChimp's powerful marketing automation features to send a series of emails to turn that warmish lead into a customer.

To add MailChimp to your Webflow project, follow the instructions in this video tutorial

The Best Webflow Integrations: Monto

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In 2020, websites provide the digital proof customers need to trust in a product or service.

And the most effective way to build that trust? Online reviews. According to Bright Social, 88% of consumers trust user reviews as much as personal recommendations.

If you are running an eCommerce store, reviews are essential in convincing visitors to buy. Monto automatically collects, manages and displays recent reviews of your products on your website — no coding needed. 

The Best Webflow Integrations: Zapier

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Our final recommendation is the ultimate integration. By adding Zapier to your Webflow project, you can connect it to over 2000 services without any code.

With Zapier, you can:

  • Take form submissions from your Webflow website, automatically add them to MailChimp then add them to your CRM
  • Create proposal documents automatically in response to a customer enquiry
  • Keep Webflow pages updated from data-sources across your company

To get started with Zapier, follow the instructions in this official Webflow and Zapier integration tutorial

Integrate and Grow

With the right integrations, Webflow can turn your business into a well-oiled revenue machine.

Looking for something a little more ambitious than we’ve covered here? Great — we’d love to help. Drop us a line today