All in-built integrations can be found in the Integrations section of your website settings 💡

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Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a free web analytics service that provides statistics and basic analytical tools for search engine optimization (SEO) and marketing purposes. Google Analytics is used to track website performance and collect visitor insights.

Add Google Analytics


Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager allows you to add and update your own tags for conversion tracking, site analytics, remarketing, and more. It helps you to view what actions are taken and optimize your website accordingly.

Add Google Tag Manager


Facebook Pixel

The Facebook Pixel is an analytics tool that allows you to measure the effectiveness of your advertising campaigns by understanding the actions people take on your website.

Add Facebook Pixel


Hotjar

Hotjar is a product experience insights tool that gives you data to help you better understand your customers through tools like heatmaps, session recordings, surveys, and an incoming feedback widget.

Add Hotjar


Messenger Live Chat

The Messenger Live Chat plugin allows you to integrate the Facebook Messenger experience directly into your website. This integration lets your customers interact with your business anytime with the same personalized, rich-media experience they get on Facebook.

Add Messenger Live Chat


WhatsApp

WhatsApp is a free, multiplatform messaging app that lets you make video and voice calls, send text messages, and more.

Add WhatsApp


Custom code to the <head> of your website

This feature allows adding a custom code to the <head></head> part of your website's code. It is often used to add third-party integrations or verify your website/domain for one or another third-party service/platform, e.g., Google Search Console, Facebook, AdSense, Paysera, and the like.

Add a code that will be injected into the <head> of your website


Custom code to the <body> of your website

This feature allows adding a custom code to the <body></body> part of your website's code. It is usually used to add <iframe> code and display third-party elements of your website, e.g., Twitter posts, SoundCloud tracks, ads, banners, countdown timers, etc.

Add a code that will be injected into the <body> of your website


Store integrations

With Online Store and Advanced Store plans, you'll get access to lots of marketing tools. In the Marketing section of your store manager, you'll find tools for Google Ads, Facebook Ads, Mailchimp newsletters, among others.

Additionally, you'll be able to set up integrations for Google Shopping, selling on Facebook, Instagram, or eBay These can all be found under the store manager's section Other Channels.

You'll also get access to many useful apps in the store manager, Apps → App Market. Many of them are free or offer free trials. For example:


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