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Integrating WooCommerce with CustomerHub
Integrating WooCommerce with CustomerHub

Use Zapier to integrate your favorite checkout system with CustomerHub.

Updated over a week ago

CustomerHub makes it fast and easy to create a professional membership site. We also seamlessly connect to your existing checkout to make collecting payment for your membership just as easy.

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WooCommerce is a robust ecommerce platform plug-in for your WordPress based website. In the following setup instructions, we cover WooCommerce Cart and the Checkout Blocks.

Integrate WooCommerce and CustomerHub via Zapier

WooCommerce Cart & Checkout Blocks

Amplify your store with the free Cart & Checkout blocks available in the WooCommerce Blocks extension. It's a customizable cart-to-checkout experience that converts.

This solution helps you streamline the purchase flow with clearly defined steps and remove any unnecessary points of friction. It also gives your shoppers fewer reasons to abandon their checkout and benefit from a higher conversion rate! (Source: WooCommerce)

Follow these instructions to create your WooCommerce Checkout Blocks and add them to your sales page.

NOTE: This setup ONLY refers to adding a checkout option to your website built on WordPress. The WooCommerce plug-in does not work with CustomerHub. To integrate WooCommerce with CustomerHub we use Zapier.

Connect WooCommerce to CustomerHub via Zapier

Now that you have a WooCommerce Checkout Block created and setup on your website, you need to automate the purchase fulfillment using Zapier. This will sync data between CustomerHub and WooCommerce.

To get setup quickly use a WooCommerce + CustomerHub Zapier template. Just follow the Zapier setup wizard and you're all set! πŸ‘ This will add new WooCommerce customers to CustomerHub and grant access to their digital product or course.

Integrate WooCommerce and CustomerHub via Stripe or PayPal

This option syncs data between the payment collection system instead of WooCommerce. For example, you can natively integrate payment platforms like Stripe or PayPal with WooCommerce and the customer data added to CustomerHub comes from Stripe or PayPal.

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