posted this on November 28, 2011 03:36 PM
Note: This integration requires an Unbounce account with a Pro subscription. Please contact support if you have any questions about our subscription plans.
Got HubSpot? Great! Just follow the instructions below and you can send your new Unbounce leads over to HubSpot.
The Unbounce/HubSpot integration works on a per-form basis which means that your Unbounce landing page can only be integrated with a single HubSpot form at a time. To set this up, you will:
For more information, you can read what HubSpot has to say about their form integrations.
An active HubSpot account
A new HubSpot form - older HubSpot forms have been deprecated and are NOT compatible with the new HubSpot API.
Your Hub ID
An Unbounce page you want to integrate with HubSpot
Log in to HubSpot with your HubSpot account
Create a new HubSpot form** Please see the HubSpot help article for more information.http://help.hubspot.com/articles/How_To_Doc/how-to-create-a-form
Log in to Unbounce.
Open the page you wish to integrate with HubSpot.
Click HubSpot to start the integration process.
Your Hub ID can be found on your HubSpot Settings page
Input your Hub ID* and click Choose My Form.
Log in to HubSpot on the opened page to authenticate with HubSpot.** If you are already logged in to HubSpot then this step will happen automatically.
Wait for Unbounce to authenticate with HubSpot.
Select the HubSpot form you wish to use with your Unbounce page.
Click Continue to finish the integration.
Republish your page** HubSpot uses a tracking script that gets inserted into your Unbounce page, as a result you need to re-publish your pages after integrating with HubSpot.
That's it, you're all set! All new leads will now be sent over to your HubSpot account.
At this point you may wish to adjust the default field mappings, read all about field mapping here.
If you are experiencing difficulties with integrating your Wufoo form into your page then please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You should mention that this does not apply to all Hubspot accounts. After going through all this trouble I got this message:
"Thanks for requesting your HubSpot API key! Unfortunately, it looks like your HubSpot subscription is at the Basic level, and API access is currently only available to customers with Professional and Enterprise subscriptions. To get access to your API key, you’d have to upgrade from Basic to either Professional or Enterprise level. Sorry. If you would like to discuss an upgrade -- or get a free, 30-day trial of an upgrade -- please contact your HubSpot Account Manager."
Is it possible to turn off Hubspot IP and User Token tracking from within Unbounce some how?
We want to allow specific users to resubmit the form over and over again from the same computer without the leads being assigned to the same lead record in Hubspot. The answer to this question will greatly effect whether we purchase unbounce.
Yes, it's simply cookie based, so you can clear your HubSpot cookies for the current page, or simply disable cookies in your browser altogether. You'll also have to use a new email address every time.
We look forward to doing business with you!
Hi Aaron, I think you have the wrong end of the stick.
Even though I'm a Hubspot Enterprise customer I can't have a landing page and lead form where tracking is turned off.
So I have to find a 3rd party solution. Basically we want our resellers to log 30 day trial requests using the same forms over and over again. However when the forms comes into hubspot it thinks that this is the same person requesting a trial. We need these to be separate leads.
Here is what their support team told me I had to create:
"The best solution for your situation would be to host a page externally that has a custom form that uses the HubSpot Leads API to submit the lead information to HubSpot. You can leave out the user token from the form processing page, which will prevent it from dropping user tokens.)
I've setup a test Unbounce page and submitted a form but it passes the information over with the user token and ip tracking cookie, which is no good for what I need.
Should we still be adding the HubSpot tacking code to the landing page?
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