WordPress Blog & Form Integration

WordPress Blogs:

Based on client feedback, we have developed a WordPress plugin which offers the capability to:

  • Schedule and Publish blogs to your WordPress website,
  • Connect your Zymplify web forms easily to your WordPress website.

To get started with the above features – navigate to the Marketing Hub > Connect > Download the WordPress plugin. 


Once the plugin has been downloaded – navigate to your WordPress site and import it within the plugin area – simply copy and paste your authentication details to get started.



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Schedule & Publish Blogs:

Within the Marketing Hub > Navigate to Blog – and you will have a range of options to choose from:

Create New Blog: This will take you into the blog builder where you can insert relevant details such as, title, blog content, Canva integration, categories as well as some SEO details (that work only in conjunction with the Yoast WordPress Plugin). 


Planner: Manage your blogs at a draft or scheduled status. 

Published: Manage your published blogs and gain shareable links. 

Calendar: View your blog posts in a calendar format. This will allow you to see the status of the blogs associated to specific dates. 

Summary: This will give an overview of how your blogs are performing. 

Visits: This will show your website visits from your blog posts. 

Leads: The leads generated through the blog channel. 

Reporting: View your Google Data Studio report for your blogs.

Connect Zymplify Web Forms to WordPress Websites:

The purpose of this functionality is to allow you to directly embed your Zymplify Web Forms into your website without needing to copy code from Zymplify.


Having connected the Zymplify plugin to your WordPress site, your web forms will automatically be available for selection within the settings of the plugin. You will be provided with the name of the form and a short-code to paste onto any of your pages.

The benefit of this new functionality is that the short-code is style free and will by default, inherit your website styles without causing any conflicts.



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