Podia Integrations: The Full List Detailed (2022 Guide)

Podia Integrations

Podia Integrations: The Full List Detailed

Podia Integrations
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Published by Today Testing Team

Last Updated on September 20, 2022 by Hanah Alexander

Looking for info on Podia integrations so you can determine if the popular online course platform is a good fit for your workflow?

Podia is a flexible platform that supports dozens of integrations either natively, through Zapier or by adding a code snippet. The apps you can integrate into Podia include email services, payment gateways, analytics tools, CRM, webinar tools and advertising platforms.

Integrations increase the number of things you can do on Podia. 

This means that besides hosting courses, you can also communicate, handle all your transactions, and monitor the progress of your business, depending on which Podia plan you choose.

Let’s have a look at Podia integrations in more detail below.

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Podia E-Mail Integrations

Email is one of the most important resources for growing a business. With email, you can capture leads, nurture them through your sales pipeline, respond to customer questions, and send any relevant business-related communication such as newsletters.

You probably already have an email marketing service such as Mail Chimp, ConvertKit, GetResponse, and ActiveCampaign to help you handle your emails.

But did you know that you can further streamline your emails by integrating your service into Podia?

Integrating will:

  • Reduce the amount of work you have to do working from different platforms
  • Increase your response rate and reduce gaps in customer communication with drip emails
  • Keep all your email analytics in one place
  • Track sales and segment your lists
  • Conduct your marketing campaigns with ease

MailChimp

MailChimp is a highly-developed and specialized email campaign tool. Combined with Podia, it can turn your business into a profitable digital store.

MailChimp is popular with users because of its free plan that provides new and growing businesses with all the tools they need to scale their businesses. MailChimp’s built in CRM system also allows you to track customer activity and to monitor sales.

To integrate MailChimp, go to your Podia account, then: Settings>integrations>email integrations>turn on MailChimp.

Once you toggle the button next to MailChimp to “ON”, you’ll need to go log into your MailChimp account to complete the integration.

ActiveCampaign

ActiveCampaign is also a powerful email automation system. You can use it to create and automate custom campaigns, score your leads, and as a CRM system. Although it’s quite robust, it’s also surprisingly easy to set up and use.

To integrate ActiveCampaign, you need to get the ActiveCampaign API key and URL and add them into Podia.

You can do this by going into your ActiveCampaign account, then: settings>developer>API Access. The key and URL are clearly shown under API Access.

Unlike MailChimp, ActiveCampaign is costlier, but it is also feature-packed and its automation and segmentation features are almost unrivalled. Its email designer is also powerful and adjusts to the needs of a growing business. All these factors make Active Campaign the go-to tool for sending highly personalized emails.

ConvertKit

ConvertKit may not be as robust as ActiveCampaign or as generous with its features as MailChimp, but it’s also a decent email service that can integrate with Podia.

You need an API key and secret key (optional) to integrate ConvertKit with Podia. You can get these keys under “account info” in your ActiveCampaign account.

Go to the apps integrations page in Podia: Settings>integrations>email integrations>toggle on ConvertKit>paste the API key and secret key.

Once you connect ConvertKit, you can grow your email fan base at a budget friendly price, segment, tag, and create unlimited landing pages, forms and broadcasts.

AWeber

AWeber is an email sending tool that supports list building, segmentation and tagging, landing page creation, click tracking, behavioral automation, among others.

Whether you are on Free AWeber or AWeber Pro, you can connect this email tool to Podia to better manage your broadcasts and marketing campaigns.

You don’t need an API key to connect AWeber to Podia. In your Podia account, simply click Settings>integrations>email integrations>toggle on AWeber.

If prompted, log into AWeber to complete the integration.

Drip

Integrating Drip with Podia will allow you to segment customers according to their purchases. You can then send them drip emails that are customized to the actions they take.

Just like with AWeber and MailChimp, you don’t need an API key to connect AWeber to Podia. In your Podia account, simply click Settings>integrations>email integrations>turn on Drip.

Head over to your Drip account settings to complete the connection.

MailerLite

Mailer Lite allows you to conduct automated and targeted email marketing from your site.

To integrate MailerLite and Podia, go to account settings>integrations>developer API>click “use”>click “copy”.

Go to your Podia account, click on “MailerLite” under mail integrations and paste the API key.

GetResponse

Like the other email marketing tools discussed in this article, GetResponse comes complete with a suite of email marketing features to support business growth. You can link it to your podia account and send automated responses and marketing material to your customers.

To integrate GetResponse and Podia, get the API key from GetResponse by going to the menu button>integrations and API>API>generate API key>Copy.

Paste the API key under GetResponse in Podia by following these steps: Settings>integrations>email integrations>toggle on GetResponse>paste the API key>connect.

Payment Gateways

Podia provides two payment options: Stripe and PayPal, both of which allow you to receive payment instantly. Besides the fees you incur from Stripe or PayPal, Podia does not charge any extra transaction fees.

PayPal

Before integrating PayPal into Podia, you should know that Podia only supports one-time payments.

Podia does not support subscription or membership payments through PayPal because the payment processor can sometimes delay payments by up to 24 hours.

You can easily connect your PayPal business account to Podia by going to settings in podia, click on payments, then scroll to the PayPal icon and click “connect”. This will prompt you to log into your PayPal account. Once login is successful, head over back to Podia to confirm successful integration.

Stripe

Stripe is a newer payment processor, but it processes payments across a lot more currencies and also supports additional payment services such as Apple Pay and Microsoft Pay.

You can integrate stripe into Podia to receive one-time payment, in addition to membership and subscription payments.  

To integrate, log into Podia and under settings, go to payments and click “connect” next to Stripe. You will be prompted to log into Stripe to complete the connection.

Analytics Integrations

Customer interaction with your store is extremely crucial for continued business growth. But to get visibility into customer interaction and communication with your brand, you need analytics tools. 

With analytics, you can see areas of growth, potential problem areas, and areas that require optimization to improve performance.

Podia integrates with Google Analytics and HotJar, allowing you to gather data, process it, and give you store performance insights.

HotJar

HotJar is a suite of analytics and feedback tools such as polls, surveys and heat maps.

The heat maps for instance, show the level of customer engagement. Polls and surveys are effective feedback gathering tools.

HotJar integrates with Podia through Zapier.

Google Analytics

Google analytics is a free and powerful analytics tool that can be accessed and used by anyone with a website but without a budget for paid analytics tools.

You need a Google Analytics tracking ID. Once you have it, paste it in Podia by going to site settings>analytics>Google Analytics. Paste it in the box that reads “Google Analytics Tracking ID”.

Advertising Integrations

You can increase traffic and generate more sales through paid advertising. You can run paid ads on Podia through Google Ads, Pinterest and Facebook.

Facebook

Facebook has a wide audience base, making it an excellent platform for running product ads.

By integrating Facebook, you can create ads, monitor them, and measure their performance.

It’s an easy code-free process. All you need to do is find your Facebook pixel ID in your Facebook account and paste it in Podia under site settings>analytics>Facebook pixel. Save changes once done.

Connecting your Facebook account and Podia through Zapier will automatically send information from your Facebook pages into your Podia account. This will streamline and improve engagement with your Facebook audiences, make it easier to market your courses from one place, and also improve traffic from your site.

Pinterest

Pinterest allows you to run stunning visual campaigns. If your product is the kind that is best illustrated through multiple visuals, you should integrate Pinterest with Podia.

To add a Pinterest tag to Podia, find your Pinterest tag ID (you need a Pinterest business account to get this ID).

Next, in your Podia account, go to site settings>analytics>Pinterest tag. Paste the ID in the Pinterest tag ID box.

Zapier Integrations

You may have apps that you work with on a consistent basis bu Podia might not integrate with them seamlessly.

You need Zapier to integrate such apps.

With Zapier, you can integrate all sorts of apps, from analytics apps to email, marketing, notification, CRM and payment gateways, without using any code.

To integrate apps with Podia through Zapier:

“Create a Zap” in in Zapier, choose Podia as the trigger account and define a trigger such as “when a customer buys”.

Next, set up “an action app”. E.g., Facebook, ThriveCart, Trello, etc., and define the action you want your app to take when the trigger condition is fulfilled.

Google Sheets

If you want to collaborate with others on a project through Google Sheets, you can create Zaps that connect Podia to your sheets, allowing a consistent flow of information to and from each other.

The process is the same as described above, and it involves first figuring out which triggers and actions are important at specific points of interaction with your customers.

Trello

If you are managing your course project teams thorough Trello, you can get visibility into all your teams activities on Podia, ensuring you are on top of every workflow and never miss a deadline.

ThriveCart

ThriveCart, is a checkout cart. But as it is designed to do more than other checkout carts can do, it is an invaluable addition to have in your business.

If you’d rather handle checkout through ThriveCart, you can integrate it into Podia and take advantage of its various conversion-boosting features such as bump offers, one-click upsell funnels, retargeting, affiliate center, etc.

Dubsado

Zapier can also help you integrate the workflows, relationships and appointments you have created in Dubsado, further streamlining your digital business.

Google Drive

Linking HubSpot to your Podia account will provide you with a convenient way to automate how you manage your customer information.

Third-Party Snippets Integrations

Some 3rd party apps can be integrated using a snippet of code. To integrate, you need to find he code snippet from your app provider, then add it to Podia by inserting it in your store’s analytics section.

Fomo, Sumo and Deadline Funnel are examples of apps that use code snippets to integrate with Podia.

You need to be subscribed to Podia’s Earthquaker plan to add custom code.

To add a code snippet, first get the code from the third party app you want to connect, then go to site settings>analytics>custom code>paste code snippet in the box next to custom code.

Sumo

Adding Sumo to your list of Podia apps will enable you to grow your email list through email opt in forms, conduct advanced visitor targeting and use Sumo’s Ecommerce features to grow your sales.

Sumo has a free forever plan but if you want to enjoy the advantages that come with integration, you need to be on Sumo’s Pro plan.

Fomo

Showing potential customers how other customers are interacting with your store is a great way to leverage customer experience as a marketing tool.

Use a code snippet to Integrate Fomo with Podia and never miss an opportunity to communicate and show off what you can do on social media. People will sign up or buy from you based on customer recommendations on the social proof app.

Deadline Funnel

Deadline Funnel is a marketing platform that helps your business excel in CRO, sales funnels, and email marketing, by helping you create Evergreen campaigns.

You can supercharge your store’s performance once you integrate it into Podia through personalized emails, evergreen funnels, special offers, and more.

Bottom Line

Podia integrates with hundreds of apps either natively, through an API, or code snippet ensuring you have the entire tech stack needed to grow your business.

You need little technical knowledge to integrate any app with Podia. But if you need a little help, you can refer to any of the how-to guides in Podia website’s Help section.

At the end of the day, if you want to free up time by automating most parts of business running so ha you can free up time to focus on growth strategies, checking out the integrations discussed in this article is well worth your time.

Have more questions about Podia? Make sure to check out our full Podia review for an in-depth look at all of its features and offerings.

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