The ecommerce marketing platform Springbot has revealed details this week of a new integration with the ecommerce service built for WordPress, WooCommerce.
WooCommerce users will now be able to use Springbot’s data-driven marketing automation and attribution platform, including the Springbot Exchange. Springbot has also partnered with Liquid Web, a hosting and application services business for small businesses. Liquid Web will now offer managed WooCommerce hosting.
Our integration with WooCommerce helps level the playing field for millions of merchants so they can compete against larger online retailers. By joining forces with Liquid Web, we’re able to offer WooCommerce merchants a winning combination of hosting and a marketing platform to ensure their success.
– Brooks Robinson, CEO of Springbot
The idea of Springbot is to make running and tracking multi-channel marketing campaigns as easy as possible for merchants. They offer help in several different marketing channels including email and social marketing, online ads, and Amazon Sponsored products. Sprint also offers data management, marketing automation and analytics. They say that what they can do is take that information and make data-driven marketing recommendations specifically tailored to a retailers’ needs. The ecommerce marketing automation and analytics platform is also available to online retailers using BigCommerce, Magento and Shopify.