You probably already know how easy it is to build a website with Webflow. If you don’t, let us put it this way: if you can use Microsoft Word, you can build a website with Webflow.
What you may not know yet is that you can use tons of useful Webflow plugins to:
- Analyze visitors’ behavior on your website
- Automate tasks
- Schedule content publishing
Plus, Webflow also offers integrations and plugins for content marketing, e-commerce, forms and surveys, localization, migration, payment, search, and social media.
Let’s explore all of them together!
Disclaimer: The information below is accurate as of January 20, 2023.
Table of contents
- Analytics and targeting
- App integration and task automation
- Calendars and scheduling
- Content marketing
- Email marketing
- Forms and surveys
- Payment processing
- Social media
Analytics and targeting
After you publish your Webflow website, you must ensure you’re delivering a stellar user experience for your visitors.
Webflow enables you to use multiple web analytics tools to track and measure interactions and conversion rates, including:
- Nocodelytics: Tracks clicks, searches, and the like on your website.
- The Facebook Pixel: Collects and measures conversions coming from your Facebook ads.
- Optimizely: Helps you optimize conversion rates and deliver stellar digital experiences through A/B testing.
- Matomo (formerly Piwik): Tracks and analyzes website visits.
- Hotjar: Combines analytics and feedback tools to help you understand user needs and behavior on your website.
- Google Tag Manager: Helps you connect your site to Google Analytics.
- Google Analytics: Collects, analyses, and identifies trends and patterns in visitors’ behavior.
- AddThis: Offers multiple website marketing tools such as share and follow buttons, list-building features, tip jar, etc.
2. App integration and task automation
Webflow also helps you bridge the gap between your favorite no-code content management system (CMS) and third-party apps your business uses.
Namely, you can establish a seamless data flow between Webflow and, say, your customer relationship management (CRM) software. The following plugins help you do just that:
- Whalesync: Syncs your Webflow data with apps like Airtable, Google Sheets, Notion, etc.
- ApiStack: Helps you build no-code backend flows for email verification, phone number verification, etc.
- n8n.cloud: Automates workflows by automatically connecting Webflow to your favorite third-party apps.
- Airtable sync by PowerImporter: Helps you sync Airtable to Webflow without using code.
- Alloy: Task automation for order fulfillment, marketing, etc.
- Pixie – CMS Image Optimiser: Optimizes images for your Webflow CMS and eCommerce CMS.
- Zoho Flow: No-code Webflow integrations with over 300 apps.
- Zapier: Establishes data flows between Webflow and other apps.
- Make (formerly Integromat): Helps with workflow automation by offering thousands of no-code integrations with third-party apps.
3. Calendars and scheduling
If you’d like to bedazzle your landing page with a cool countdown widget to give visitors that extra push towards your time-sensitive call to action (CTA), Webflow has you covered.
Webflow integrates with multiple calendars, scheduling, and booking tools such as:
- AddEvent: A calendar management tool that lets you embed calendars on your Webflow website, add add-to-calendar buttons, and more.
- ZealSchedule: Schedule appointments, set up reminders, manage bookings, etc.
- Taskeo Appointment Scheduling: Schedule Zoom, Stripe, and Task CRM appointments with forms.
- Event Calendar App: Helps you create and sell events.
- Timekit: Offers branded online scheduling tools for websites.
- Elfsight Countdown Timer widget: Add timers and countdowns to your website.
- CozyCal: Helps with appointment booking, payment collection, and client management.
- Calendly: Link to 6 of your calendars to automatically check availability and schedule calls and meetings.
4. Content marketing
Once you start publishing awesome content, you need tools to make it pop. Be it restaurant menus, blog posts, or landing pages, Webflow has a plugin to help you market each content type the right way.
Webflow’s content marketing plugins include:
- Google Ads by Clever: Helps you create Clever Ads (a Google Ads automation software) on Google.
- StoryChief: A publishing tool that helps you streamline you content marketing efforts.
- Proof: A social proof app that can publicly display the number of visitors your website received in a given period, along with other similar metrics.
- One2 Menu: Helps you create SEO-optimized restaurant menus.
Exciting news! When it comes to e-commerce, you have a lot of integrations to choose from. 🎉
Whether you want to automatically collect subscription payments, convert prices to local currencies, or print shipping labels, Webflow has you covered:
- Flow Phantom Upsells: Helps you increase your average order value with native upsells and cross-sells.
- Multi-currency for Webflow Shops & Sites by Monto: Enables you to convert product prices into your visitors’ local currency.
- Affiliate & Referral Management for Webflow Shops by Monto: Helps you create affiliate programs.
- Shippo: Can create shipping labels and offer order tracking to your customers.
- SimpleFunnel: Makes collecting recurring payments easy.
- Shopify: An embedded widget that lets you add Shopify products to your Webflow sites.
- SendOwl: Assists with sales of digital goods and services.
6. Email marketing
Email marketing remains one of the most effective channels for connecting with clients and prospects. In 2022 alone, 77% of marketers saw an increase in email engagement over the last 12 months.
Webflow supports multiple email hosting services that allow you to create business email addresses, including Zoho Mail and Gmail.
Once that is in place, it’s time to think of ways you can keep your customers coming back with sweet, nurturing email campaigns.
To help you do just that, Webflow supports email marketing plugins like:
- AWeber: Helps create and send professional emails to customers.
- SendPulse: Enables you to communicate with customers over multiple channels that include email, push notifications, SMS, and Viber.
- Mailchimp: An email marketing automation tool that helps with targeting, segmentation, A/B testing, and more.
- GetResponse: Gives you a helping hand for designing responsive emails.
- Buttondown: Makes it easy for you to create and grow a newsletter.
- ActiveCampaign: A multi-purpose tool that can send newsletters, design emails, and more.
7. Forms and surveys
If you ever need to embed forms onto your website, Webflow has it all figured out. The platform features over 20 plugins for forms and surveys, including:
- Getform: Helps you collect submissions and receive emails.
- MightyForms: No-code online form-building tool with workflow automation and analytics features.
- User Detective: Helps you implement on-site user feedback forms.
- Paperform: Embedded forms and meeting scheduling tool.
- Poptin: Popup tool for lead capturing.
- Airtable forms: Automatically saves data from forms into an Airtable database.
- 123FormBuilder: Workflow management, online form building, and data-collection tool.
Webflow helps you speak your customers’ language—literally. It offers you localization solutions that translate your website into multiple languages. 🌐
How cool is that?
These tools include:
- Crowdin: Enables you to translate your site into different languages.
- Transifex: Helps you deliver content in multiple languages with a simple localization process.
- ConveyThis: A translation API you can integrate into your Webflow site to make it multilingual.
- TextUnited: Helps you localize your website easily.
- Localizer.co: Automatically translates your website content into visitors’ local language.
Speaking of locations: Webflow also integrates with third-party map tools like Google Maps, Stay22, StoreRocket Store Locator, Open Street Map, etc.
Migrating data manually is painful. Webflow’s team knows that.
That’s why Webflow supports the following plugins that help you get third-party data Webflow-ready and vice-versa:
- Nativator.io: Web app to native mobile app converter
- Webflow Pages: WordPress plugin
- Udesly: WooCommerce to Webflow converter
- Udesly: Shopify to Webflow converter
- Udesly: From Wix to Webflow, in a few simple steps
- Udesly: CSV converter
- Udesly: Converts Squarespace products to Webflow
- Udesly: BigCommerce to Webflow e-commerce
10. Payment processing
With Webflow, you can process payments through providers like:
- KOMOJU: Process website payments from Japan and Korea.
- Stripe: Enables you to accept web and mobile-based web payments.
- PayPal Payments: Gives you the ability to process PayPal and credit card transactions.
- Donately: Helps you collect donations.
- Authorize.net: Allows you to process transactions through credit cards, e-checks, and more.
- Amazon Payments: Enables your users to pay with their Amazon accounts.
When you post on your Webflow blog consistently or when your site keeps getting bigger and bigger, you have to make sure visitors can easily find what they’re looking for.
To do that, you can use search plugins like:
- Search.io (formerly known as Sajari Search): Integrate an AI-powered site search.
- Searchbar.org: A search engine featuring search predictions integrated into your website.
- Swiftype: A search platform with tools for analyzing and improving your visitors’ experience.
- Google Search: Helps visitors search and find information on your website.
- Findberry: An ad-free search engine for your Webflow site.
12. Social media
When creating content on multiple social platforms, you want to reach as many people as possible, right?
You might repurpose content and post it on multiple platforms. That’s a solid strategy that saves you time and helps you make the most of your creative resources.
Webflow values creative efforts and helps you connect your site to preferred social media platforms with plugins like:
- Flockler Social Media Feed Plugin: Post branded social media feeds on your site.
- Tagembed Social Media Aggregator: Embed social media feeds and reviews on your Webflow site.
- EmbedStories: Add your Insta stories to your website with ease.
- Twitter share buttons: Create custom Twitter share links for your content.
- Twitter: Embed Twitter widgets on your website that include single tweets, timelines, and follow buttons.
- Pinterest: Add Pinterest widgets to your website to enable visitors to save and pin content from your site.
- Instagram: Add Instagram images and videos to your site.
- Facebook: Allow your customers to interact with your website content using their Facebook profiles.
That’s a lot of plugins and we barely scratched the surface! 🤭
Now, it’s up to you to further explore Webflow’s functionality and everything else it has to offer.
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Q1. Are Webflow plugins free?
Webflow features both paid and free plugins and integrations.
Q2. Can I use WordPress plugins on Webflow?
No, users cannot install WordPress plugins on Webflow. However, just like WordPress, Webflow features plugins for different purposes, including:
- Payment processing
- Forms and surveys
- Email marketing
- Social media integrations
- Content Marketing
Plus, other third-party apps and tools for different use cases.
Q3. What are some of the best plugins for Webflow?
Some of the best plugins for Webflow are:
- Zoho Flow
- The Facebook Pixel
- Google Analytics