Integrate Your Product Finder to a Marketplace on Woocommerce


Once your Product Finder is ready and published your Product Finder, you can integrate it into the Webpage. This article describes how to integrate your digital Product Finder into a marketplace on Woocommerce. The main steps are similar to any other Product Finder integration:  

  1. Create an integration page for the Product Finder on Woocommerce

  2. Add the integration code to the integration page on Woocommerce

  3. Create one or several entry points, i.e. links to the integration page

The three steps are also described in the general Integrate the Product Finder to Your Webpage article. You can also use our dedicated guides if you've got a shop on Shopify or Magento.

0. Preconditions

To successfully integrate your digital Product Finder the following conditions have to be met: 

  • Product Finder has been created and published

  • You've got access to the WordPress Dashboard

  • Wordpress HTML plugin has to be installed

1. Create the Integration Page on Woocommerce 

Follow the instructions of the Wordpress guide to creating a new page.

2. Paste the Integration Code

You’ll land on the Editor, where you can add text, media, embeds, contact forms, or any other content for your page. 

  • Enable the Custom HTML widget

  • Go to the ‘Navigation Integration’ tab at the top of you Zoovu assistant editor, and click the "Copy to clipboard" button

  • Code will emerge

  • Copy the code and paste it into the page content field (with HTML editor on). Publish the page.

3. Create Entry Point(s)

Now, as soon as someone has entered the integration page URL, they will see your Product Finder. However, your customers need to somehow get there.  This is why your market-place should contain some links - "entry points" to the Product Finder - this may be a direct link, a banner, or any phrase or object in your marketplace linked to the integration page. 

You can create one or several entry points that will direct your customers to the first question of the Product Finder or to a specific preset point in the Product Finder (e.g. as if the customers have already chosen a specific type of product or manufacturer). 

You can find more details and some of the good entry point examples in the dedicated article.

Should you face any problems integrating with Woocommerce, please kindly contact our support – we are always happy to help.