Integrating Cosmic-powered Content with Hubspot


Hubspot is an inbound marketing and sales platform that helps companies attract visitors, convert leads, and close customers. Zapier gives people internet superpowers by allowing them to connect and automate the apps they use. Using Zapier to connect your Cosmic-powered content with Hubspot is easy and requires zero coding. In this article I’m going demonstrate how to add new form submissions to Hubspot when you Publish Objects in your Cosmic JS Bucket. 

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Select a Trigger App: Cosmic JS


Select Your Trigger Account


Select Your Trigger


Select an Action App: Hubspot


Select Hubspot Action


Select Your Hubspot Account



Testing

I set up a test to pull through New Published Objects in my Bucket to add a form in my Hubspot Dashboard: for this example the published Objects are populating a new form submission with an email address and photo attachment. 


Zapier Test


Hubspot Test

Hubspot Dashboard View

Hubspot Email Notification 


Your zap is now ready to be turned on and enjoyed! Now every time I publish a new Object in my Bucket, a new form submission will be submitted in Hubspot, ready for even faster team collaboration. 


Conclusion 

It's easy to automate workflows with your favorite apps using the Cosmic JS Zapier Integration. By starting your content in an API, you're ensuring ultimate portability and scalability of your content, workflows and processes. 

If you have any comments or questions about integrating your Cosmic JS Objects into workflows with other apps using Zapier, reach out to us on Twitter and join the conversation on Slack.

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