How to get started with the Website Integration.

What to expect when you're expecting a Website Integration.

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Written by Jake Scotto
Updated over a week ago

You just finished up a Website Integration Demo and you can't wait to get started. Here’s what you need to do next:

Start by purchasing the integration from your Integrations tab.

😍 Have a website you love and just want to install a catalogue ASAP? Remember our integration is built to work with your existing site. Jump right in with these step-by-step DIY instructions.

💸 Have a website you love and prefer to pay a professional to install the integration and customize the look? We recommend connecting with one of our experienced partners who are total pros at building sites for #eventprofs of all kinds.

🤝 Don't have a website just yet? Not to worry! Our experienced partners have been vetted by our team, successfully built a number of Goodshuffle Pro user sites already, and offer pricing and packages to fit any budget. We’d recommend working with any one of them to get your site professionally built in a timely manner.

🏗️ Have a domain, but want to build a new website yourself? We typically recommend Squarespace because they’ve got an easy-to-use interface just like Goodshuffle Pro. They even have easy to follow instructions on how to transfer your existing domain to their platform. (No pressure though! You can choose from any of our supported platforms).

🎨 Ready to transform your integration into a masterpiece? Once you have your integration live and are looking for next steps to improve the look, check out these suggestions right here. This article will also help you understand the other information you can use inside of Goodshuffle Pro to dynamically change where the items can appear for your clients. Need some inspiration? Check out a bunch of examples of existing Wishlist users.

We can’t wait for you to experience how Goodshuffle Pro’s Website Integration will transform your company: saving you countless hours and generating tons of new revenue!

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