Project Management system
Auto-calendar scheduling tool
E-commerce shopping cart
Learning management system
Not every business model is made to fit Ontraport’s platform.
I often see companies try to use Ontraport for things far outside its comfort zone. When they do, they're almost always disappointed and frustrated.
While Ontraport CAN do a lot more than it’s made for, it really shouldn’t. It’s just not good at everything.
If your business doesn’t work perfectly inside Ontraport, don’t hack it. Instead, connect Ontraport to other platforms which are MADE to do the exact thing you need.
I'm a self-confessed marketing, automation, and process geek.
An Ontraport Certified Consultant since 2014, I love to fuse my clients' swirling entrepreneurial ideas, their half-finished business systems, and their underutilized content to create seriously rocking Ontraport setups.
My name is Neil Kristianson. I love working with Ontraport and I've made it my obsession to learn everything about it. Consequently, I've been a speaker at Ontrapalooza and I'm the author of the books The Ultimate Guide to Rules in ONTRAPORT and Supercharging the Power of ONTRAPORT: A Guide to Custom Objects.
I’ve spent hundreds of hours teaching myself how to use the Ontraport API. Countless mistakes, experiments, and real-world projects have gone into my integration education. If you’re not a coder (I am NOT a coder) then integrations can be confusing. That’s why I made a course with the non-coder in mind.
I’ve created the training course I wish was available when I started building integrations years ago. I knew absolutely nothing about the API. In fact, I didn’t even know what an API was. I spent hours and hours scanning support docs, experimenting, and failing over and over.
But over time I learned all the tricks to building integrations with Ontraport. Today I use the API every single day to make my workflow faster and my setups better.
Save yourself the GIANT learning curve and join me in Integration Magic.
I gave it to my senior dev who understands database structure and normalization cold (he's an old school, 1970s style guy), and he took to it immediately and raved about the simplicity.
I'm pretty excited to spend the 4 hours with it, likely on one of my next cross-country flights ~Mick O.