Are you finding it difficult to integrate your blog or website with HubSpot marketing software? Are you worried that you’ll lose on HubSpot’s inbound marketing capabilities because your website is using Joomla, Drupal or WordPress CMS?
Well, if you’ve been asking yourself how to integrate your HubSpot with other CMSs, then you landed on the right page.
It’s no secret that HubSpot’s inbound marketing strategy, which is provided in a marketing software, can help you attract visitors to your website, convert them into leads and eventually persuade them to be your loyal customers.
Many businesses have turned to HubSpot’s CMS to grow their business by adopting even the most essential HubSpot tips for engaging prospects with the appropriate landing pages, the calls to action and personalized emails that target the right customers.
However, a good portion of companies would still like to use their own CMS regardless of whether it’s Joomla, Drupal or WordPress.
So, how to integrate your HubSpot with other CMSs such as Joomla, Drupal, Magento or WordPress?
In this article, we walk you through the process of linking your website to HubSpot’s marketing software.
But first, let’s discuss some essentials that you need to know.
If you’re hosting your website or blog on Joomla, Drupal, Magento or WordPress and you’d like to exploit the advanced analytics that are provided by HubSpot, then you have to install the HubSpot tracking code. This tracking code captures data about your visitors and sends it to HubSpot Analytics. Consequently, HubSpot Analytics helps you understand your user behavior which allows you to make smarter marketing decisions.
In a nutshell the primary aims of this code are to:
Below you’ll find instructions for HubSpot website integration with the most popular CMSs.
Installing the HubSpot tracking code for WordPress is the easiest one!
To install HubSpot’s tracking code on Joomla you need to do the following:
Step 1: copy your unique tracking code from HubSpot.
Step 2: paste the tracking code to Joomla
In Joomla you have two options to perform this action.
The first one is to use the installed Joomla extension and the second option is by using the “index.php” file.
If you decide to use the first option (using Joomla extension) then, select the extension of your choice from the Joomla Extension Directory and paste in your tracking code.
If you decide to use the “index.php” file option then, log into your Joomla website as an Administrator.
Here are the steps that you should follow when installing the HubSpot’s tracking code on Drupal websites:
Step 1: Copy your unique tracking code from HubSpot (follow the same steps as for Joomla)
Step 2: Log into your Drupal website as an Administrator.
On the Administrator’s Dashboard, click on the “Structure” that’s located in the top menu of the Dashboard.
Click on the “Blocks”.
Well, there you have it! Now, you should know how to integrate your HubSpot with other CMSs without fearing it will make HubSpot slow or affect it in any other way. And let us know if you have any additional questions. We’ll be happy to respond to your queries!