WPFusion Review 2020

by Adam Preiser updated June 30, 2020

WPFusion allows you to connect your WordPress website to your CRM or marketing automation platform to secure content, dynamically discount, add website personalization, and more automatically via tags.

Current Pricing: Free to $540

Ease Of Use

10/10

WPFusion is deceptively easy to use. You literally just connect it to your CRM (I use Mautic & GetGist) and it does it’s thing.

Price / Value

8/10

Even though the price feels high, WPFusion is the perfect tool for anyone selling anything online. The only plugin that kinda does what WPFusion does, is twice the price.

Support

9.5/10

Support is important for a plugin like this and WPFusion doesn’t disappoint. I have received the most personalized support from their team.

WPFusion Pros

  • Many CRM Integrations Available
  • Integrates With Most WordPress Plugins
  • Membership Security
  • Website Personalization
  • Deep Integration With Elementor
  • Too Many Pros To List

WPFusion Cons

  • Price Feels High, But Is 60% Less Then Nearest Competitor
  • While Most CRM’s Are Integratied, Yours Might Not Be
  • Hard To Find Anything Wrong With WPFusion :-(

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There are currently no active WPFusion Coupons available. However, if you do purchase WPFusion through the link on this website, I will give you access to any of my training courses valued at $99.

WPFusion Review: Wrap Up

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  1. I’d love a tutorial that either compares CRM or recommends a CRM.

    I’m selling stuff on the internet using cartflows, etc. But other than just “copying their email to mailchimp”, I’m not using any crm features.

    In fact, people buy stuff and we ship it. But, we don’t even create a login for them on our wordpress site for them to be able to track shipping or whatever. A tutorial on how to integrate cartflows with creating a user account on the WP site would be useful too. I.e. if I send traffic from a FB ad to a Cartflows funnel.. and then they purchase.. how to give them an account on the WP site..

    Your tutorials and advice are amazing. I use your affiliate codes when they are there.. and I’m using cartflows pro. Cool. Thanks..

    BTW, it would be nice if someone would write a generic A/B tester plugin for WP (like Thrive did, but make it generic) ? Is it that hard? I don’t see why it should be a big challenge…

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