If you run a software company looking to broaden its reach and tap into new markets, leveraging a Webflow app can offer a compelling opportunity. With over 3.5 million users and a thriving community of designers and marketers, integrating your solution with Webflow can open doors to growth. In this guide, we'll explore why choosing Webflow is a strategic move and how you can integrate it to serve a vast user base.
The case for building a Wefblow app
Webflow’s primary customer base consists of designers and marketers creating websites. Integrations that enhance and connect marketing and design workflows do well on the platform, and massive companies like Kajabi, DropBox, GrubHub, and Dell are all customers of Webflow.
Notably, companies like Hubspot, Jasper, Typeform, and Printful have all launched Webflow apps for the platform, showcasing the potential for integrations. Here are a few more reasons to consider integration with Webflow:
3.5 Million+ Developers: Webflow proudly hosts a thriving community of over 3.5 million designers and marketers, which constitutes a substantial user base for their integrations.
Early marketplace: Webflow’s apps platform is new, and officially launched in 2023 leaving a lot of opportunity to become an integral part of the platform.
Development ease: There's a wealth of resources available for building Webflow apps.
Resources for Webflow app development
For SaaS companies ready to dive into a Webflow app, here are essential developer resources:
Building a Webflow app can be a strategic move. For discussions or guidance on Webflow apps, Lunch Pail Labs is your go-to partner in navigating the ecosystem. Book an intro call to discuss integrating into the Webflow ecosystem.