How to integrate Yondo into my own website?

You can integrate your Yondo Store into your existing website (and in other tools) in several different ways:

You can simply link your Yondo Store wherever you need to. Along with the link, you can choose a store template that matches your website best and also add your custom domain or subdomain to your video store. Some guides to help you set up your domain can be found on our Domain Setup support page.

Another way you can integrate your Yondo account with your personal site is by embedding videos into it with our 'get embed code'  function. To learn how to add videos to your website, please refer to our support guide on How to Embed a Video on Demand into Your Own Website

You can book live 1-to-1 sessions using a "Book Now" button/widget. This is a simple block of code that you can copy/paste on your website. To learn how to add your own "Book Now" button, please refer to our guide on How to Add a Live 1-to-1 'Book Now' Plugin to Your Personal Website

You can also manage bookings using an email widget that can be a link or a block of HTML. To learn how to add email widgets, please refer to our guide on How To Book Live 1-To-1 Sessions Via Email? 

You can also create webinar signup boxes directly on your site by using the embed function on your individual webinars. 

In addition to webpage integration, you can also use your CRM or email marketing tools to register webinar attendees. We're creating guides for different third-party software right now so if you have any particular tool you'd like to suggest, just let us know and we will be happy to look into integrating it with Yondo. 

MailChimp, DropBox, Zapier, ClickFunnel, Ontraport, and Infusionsoft can all be integrated with your Yondo account. We're working on ActiveCampaign and Campaign Monitor integration, and in the near future should see LeadPages and InstaPages integration. For more information on third-party integration, please refer to our Third-Party Integration support page. 


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