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Customers who have activated one of our integrations with popular local business platforms have gotten results.


Over 1,200 customers have connected Signpost to their Quickbook Online, Constant Contact, Mailchimp or Square accounts. Those customers have added over 1.5 million contacts to the platform and gotten over 6,000 new reviews.


All of our integrations are easy to start and easier to use. Customers using an integrated platform need only sign into Merchant Center, access the Integrations page, and click on their integration and follow the instructions. Once an integration is activated, Mia does the rest. She syncs all the contact information, and, for integrated platforms like QuickBooks Online and Square, she syncs transaction data and will send feedback and review requests for new purchases.


To learn more about our integrations, check out the Integration Overview in our Help Center.


If you represent an agency serving local businesses and are interested in learning how our integrations make Signpost the best solution for your clients to get better reviews and more revenue, register for a demo here.

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