Integrating with SharpSpring's Shopping Cart allows you to automatically record web transactions from your online store and attribute those sales to SharpSpring leads and campaigns. This enables you to measure your end-to-end marketing ROI for eCommerce based businesses directly in SharpSpring. There are a ton of different eCommerce platforms out there, such as Spotify, Magento and WooCommerce. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to integrate your shopping cart with WooCommerce.
The following users can integrate SharpSpring with WooCommerce:
In order to integrate SharpSpring with WooCommerce, you need to have admin access to your Wordpress account in addition to admin access to SharpSpring. Follow the steps below to set up and integrate a WooCommerce shopping cart with SharpSpring.
Step one: Log into Wordpress and from the menu on the left click Plugins and then click Add New. Search for WooCommerce and install the plugin.
Step two: From the menu on the left, under Appearance click Editor and from the menu on the right locate and open the functions.php file. Make sure to pay close attention to the code that you add to this file. If you add incorrect code to the functions.php then you may get locked out of your Wordpress account.
Step three: Add the following code snippet to the bottom of your functions.php file
Step four: Locate 'Store Name' and change this to be the name of your online store. It is possible that other changes may be necessary depending on your configuration, but this works as-is for standard WooCommerce implementations.
Step five: Once the code is added and saved, create a product to your store that is $0.00 and purchase that product to test the integration. Once purchased, that transaction should now show up in SharpSpring's Shopping Cart.
Congratulations! You've successfully set up a WooCommerce shopping cart integration in SharpSpring.