IMPORTANT: As of November 30, 2022, HubSpot no longer allows API keys to be able to be used as an authentication method to access HubSpot APIs. Instead, you'll need to use a private app access token or OAuth to authenticate API calls. Make sure to upgrade to the latest patch for Sitefinity 13.3 or later to be able to integrate HubSpot with access tokens.
You connect your Sitefinity CMS instance with a specific HubSpot Hub ID and Access token. When you integrate HubSpot with Sitefinity CMS, once a visitor lands on the page, HubSpot loads its script on your Sitefinity CMS landing page.
In both cases, if the same visitor logs from a different computer with their credentials, by logging in, for example, data is mapped and merged to their contact profile and you can access this data for analysis and reporting in HubSpot.
To connect, perform the following:
RESULT: Once you connect with HubSpot and map your forms, your landing page visits, completed forms, and contacts are tracked, and data is sent to HubSpot.
In case you want to change any of your connection setting, click the Change connection link.
If you have enabled the Sitefinity CMS Web security module, you must configure it to allow HubSpot sources for scripts and content, such as images. For more information, see Web security module.
To allow HubSpot related sources, perform the following:
NOTE: HubSpot uses various domains for images. If an image does not load, you must add its domain to the trusted sources.
For more information, see HubSpot’s documentation » Manage the URL of files uploaded to the files tool.
To use HubSpot’s popup forms in Sitefinity CMS, perform the following:
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