MSync

MSync

MSync harnesses the power of Marketo’s best in class marketing automation software with WordPress and Joomla content management systems. This plugin allows you to create and embed forms directly in both CMS’s and connect them to Marketo. These native forms are pure PHP and are very secure. It also allows you to take advanced actions on your lead data, aiding in your sales and marketing efforts.

Features include: tracking leads, modifying lead data before sending to Marketo, pushing leads to Marketo automatically, dragging/dropping or adding custom fields, changing fields, publishing forms and embedding forms into articles/posts/pages/widgets.

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Plicks

Plicks

Collect - Create galleries on the fly by using your integrated social networks to select images you want to display on your website. You can even upload new ones. The possibilities are endless.

Create - Take your selection and use Plicks to create custom galleries with centralized themes.. You can sort your images and display them in the manner that you feel works best for your objectives.

Publish - Migrate everything over to your website! You can publish your galleries on a variety of content management systems, including Wordpress, Drupal and Magento without the hassle of extra code!

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SlideShare Widget

SlideShare Widget

If you’re looking to display your SlideShare slide decks, infographics, presentations and more from your SlideShare account directly on your WordPress site, you’ve come to the right place.

The SlideShare presentation widget allows you to share your SlideShare presentations on your website with ease. It grabs the latest presentations from your account and gives you complete control over the content that’s featured. You can manage the number of slides directly from your admin, display images, descriptions, titles and dates. It’s quick and efficient, and helps your target audience get the information they need directly on your website.

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