New Integrations: HubSpot, ConvertKit, ActiveCampaign, Drip & GetResponse

Great news for all Elementor marketers out there! We've added several built-in super-friendly integrations to the most popular marketing automation and CRM services: Drip, ActiveCampaign, ConvertKit, GetResponse, MailChimp, MailPoet 3, HubSpot & Zapier.

New Integrations ConvertKit, Active Campaign, Drip, GetResponse, Hubspot, MailPoet , MailChimp & Zapier

If there is one marketing channel that I can wholeheartedly recommend above all others – it’s email marketing. Growing your email list is essential for any business and niche.

Back in May, we released our first batch of form integrations, which included MailChimp, MailPoet & Zapier. Since then we’ve updated the integrations, as well as made all the needed adjustments to accommodate the new MailPoet 3.

Here come 5 brand new email marketing and CRM integrations, with Elementor Pro V1.12. As you will see in the related video tutorials, integrating any of these services is just a few clicks away.

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ActiveCampaign Integration

There are many reasons to pick ActiveCampaign for your email automation service. It’s affordable, well-designed and extremely flexible, allowing you to create intricate automation workflows.

ActiveCampaign combines email marketing, marketing automation, and sales CRM software in an easy to use & visual platform.

ConvertKit Integration

ConvertKit is an email marketing platform for professional bloggers. One of its advantages is that you only pay once for each subscriber, no matter how many lists they are on.

ConvertKit is the new kid on the block, and yet has grown a large community of supporters for its unique approach and vision.

Drip Integration

Drip is an Email Marketing Automation platform that has been recently acquired by …um… LeadPages.

Does this mean Elementor landing pages can’t enjoy the same great marketing automation as Leadpages? Definitely not! Now you too can enjoy the power of Drip, and easily integrate it into your landing pages.

GetResponse Integration

GetResponse is the leading contender to MailChimp in terms of email marketing software. Founded in 1999, they now have over 350,000 customers and growing.

Among the advantages of GetResponse are their webinars, landing pages, and CRM. It is also available in 25+ languages.

HubSpot Integration

HubSpot is an all-in-one inbound marketing software. You can do just about anything with HubSpot, including building landing pages, generating leads, tracking sales, doing the follow-ups and more. It also offers a CRM that’s 100% FREE.

Elementor integrates automatically with HubSpot, you don’t even need an API key. Once users submit a form and enter HubSpot, their every move on your site is monitored on HubSpot.

MailChimp Integration

MailChimp might well be the front-runner when it comes to email marketing solutions. It’s been around since 2001 and offers a broad selection of email templates.

MailChimp holds a sweet spot for our own team, since we use it for delivering our own newsletters to our subscribers.

MailPoet Integration

MailPoet is an email marketing platform that resides entirely inside WordPress, as a stand-alone plugin. This means that you can manage your entire email marketing without ever leaving WordPress.

Elementor integrates automatically with MailPoet 3, as well as to other MailPoet versions. All you need to do is install the plugin.

Zapier Integration

Couldn’t find your email marketing platform on our list? No sweat! With Zapier, you can easily hook into any one of over a thousand different services.

Aweber, Campaign Monitor, MailerLite, Trello, SalesForce – the list goes on… Integrating to Zapier takes a bit longer. The huge advantage of Zapier, however, lays in the fact that you can sequence a series of integrations that happen once a form is submitted.

The Perfect Marketing Suite

Elementor has grown increasingly popular among digital marketers lately, and we are eager to keep pushing this trend forward.

Replacing over-priced landing page services can help hundreds of thousands of professional marketers all around the world get better results for their marketing campaigns.

Using the new integrations, you can combine Elementor Pro and your email marketing automation service to create the perfect one-stop shop for your entire marketing funnel. From the early stages of lead generation and landing page creation, through more advanced stages of lead tracking and email automation, and then further along to the sales stage.

We are eager to solve ALL of your online marketing pain points. What would you like to see next in Elementor in terms of marketing-related features? Please let us know in the comments below.

About the Author

Ben Pines

Ben Pines is Elementor's CMO. He has been in the online marketing industry for over 10 years, specializing in content marketing. WordPress has been Ben's platform of choice since the time it was used solely for blogging.

63 Responses

  1. That is brilliant, as if you were reading my mind.
    Kust the other day I was looking at how to integrate this either via zappier or by writing my own plugin.

    Thank you, saves me a lot of time.
    Now quickly go and integrate this on all my sites.

    Thank you Ben.

    Kindest regards,
    Robert

  2. Hello Ben, thanks always good updates. The only thing I wanted to report is an error in the Mailchimp form. When a user is already registered to the newsletter and tries to enter the fields again, the form does not report any errors.

  3. Great job. Form integration for CampaignMonitor would be great. So would two-step lightboxes for forms (visitor clicks a link or button, lightbox opens up with a form).

  4. Great stuff but still need common form functions such as an upload mechanism, time/date picker and multiple types of verification i.e captcha or simple math questions please!

  5. Awesome, thank you!

    Maybe for some future update, please consider supporting ConvertFox. This service is growing in popularity not unlike Elementor itself. For now I’ll use Zapier as a bridge, but direct support (and the ability to easily add ‘check-to-accept-EULA’ and ‘check-to-subsribe’) would be a dream come true.

  6. Modal popups with various behavior triggers looks like the next logical update to forms (or the new widget altogether with same integrations). This will make Elementor a fully functional marketing tool as well as the page builder. (And with the “themer” introduction – the sky is the limit!!)

  7. One cool thing you could add is A/B testing where you could create 2 versions of the page in elementor and the make it so half the audience sees one version and the other half sees the other version.

    Also mailerlite support would be much appreciated. Elementor is currently the best plugin out there and is powering my entire website. You guys are doing a great job with it!

  8. THANNK YOU! This is amazing! Can I set up convertkit double opt-in? or “confirm to download something” the one convertkit offers?

  9. I’d love to see Acelle Mail integrated. It’s a great tool for anyone running multiple sites with segmented lists. The challenge with tools like Mailster and MailPoet is that they are locked to a single site and can’t even segment within a multi-site.

    Acelle offers the power of MailChimp or Active Campaign but is self hosted thereby generating huge savings for anyone with larger lists (I send via Amazon’s SES service).

  10. Ben, great job on the integrations! Is there any way possible to add Zoho and Constant Contact to the growing list of Email Service providers? Thank You Kindly.

  11. Guys, this is an AMAZING new feature, but I’ve just tried the getResponse integration and as it is now, I can’t use it in my website:
    – I can’t redirect an user to a thank you page after optin
    – I can’t set up a behavior if an user is alredy subscribed (the form return the error: “There’s something wrong…”)

    1. Hi Valentina,
      Regarding the first issue you can redirect the user to a thank you page by adding ‘Actions after submit’ – Redirect.
      If you mean redirect after the GetResponse opt-in email it’s something you have to define in GetResponse.

      Regarding the second issue, we will fix this in the next update, thanks for letting us know.

  12. ConvertFox is a new kid on the block. It grew initially by giving lifetime accounts – which Elementor did not do. It currently costs more than the competition. It would be interesting to see how it competes going forward given its higher price.

  13. +1 for a MailerLite direct integration instead of requiring the use of Mailoptin. Elementor is a great plugin and MailerLite would make things much better for me.

  14. Hi Ben, thnx for this excellent feature!

    I’m using MailPoet 3, and things seem to go pretty nice, however, there are some hickups every now and then… Just like Valentina I get the message “There’s something wrong…”

    Thought it was a MailPoet bug, but I see it’s Elementor related?

    What’s the issue, and does it cause any real problems?

    Sometimes I get an error like (I have to translate it from Dutch): “An error appeared. Please make sure you filled all required fields.” Even if I have filled all required fields. Tracking this one down, it seems I can’t subscribe a few times from the same IP within a minute or so… As far as I can tell, this must be MailPoet related…

  15. Hi Ben, I did some extensive testing, and found out the only error that is Elementor related is: ‘There’s something wrong…’ (when someone who is already on the MailPoet3 list subscribes again). You answered Valentina that the issue will be fixed in the next update, so looking forward 😉

    The other error message I mentioned, is not Elementor related.

    Cheers,
    Marc

  16. If you want marketers to start switching from Clickfunnels and Leadpages in large numbers you need to solve the following:

    1. Out of the box pop up forms where you click a button and the form pops up. This is the biggest pain point I have which is limiting me from switching all my client sites from Thrive Architect to Elementor. (I use Elementor on my sites, but I have to hack together Popup forms.

    2. Integrations with Infusionsoft, Ontraport and other highly used apps used by marketers

    Personally, I don’t need #2, I just really need #1.

  17. This is nicely done! However, Constant Contact is a major email service provider yet it is not as popular as those listed. Is this service that you could add to your list for intergrations in the future.
    Thanks Ben.

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