More and more frequently, we hear about the trend for and no-code interfaces as an alternative or compliment to APIs. These no-code integrations can be apps, widgets, QR codes (which is a device that is used quite regularly in digital marketing), anything which offers straightforward access to an organisation’s documented components.
No-code integrations are a component for non-technical users to build or make use of applications without the necessity for writing code. This type of interface takes care of the coding language hurdle. Some examples of these include:
- An outdated system within a power plant (that is coded in Fortran) can still be utilised via a no-code system which designed with a new interface.
- A QR code, scanned by an individual, can itemise and bill the recipient for a purchased product.
What Does No-Code Mean For Digital Marketers?
Gone are the days of tech bottlenecks as well as endless development queues in digital marketing. Instead, no-code transforms the foundation of innovation, centring marketing teams at the forefront of businesses. No longer at the whim of development roadmaps, no-code has enabled companies to become genuinely marketing-led.
With the ability to build workflows, automate tasks and personalise content with the click of a few buttons, marketing teams can focus on strategising and executing ideas.
These are just a handful of advantages to using no-code integrations:
- Flexibility to create on your own terms,
- Reduced development costs,
- Off-the-shelf automation, as well as
- Additional platform functionality.
With off-the-shelf automation and workflow functionality baked in, marketers can have end-to-end control of the tools they use and how they want to use them – empowering digital marketing teams with expanded capacity and capabilities. While also providing more value and a better experience for customers.
Where To Start When Building Your No-Code Tech Stack?
Tech stacks are the backbone of any businesses. Digital marketing teams, in particular, are reliant on a variety of tools as well as software in order to carry out their marketing initiatives and day-to-day work.
Companies would be nothing without their CRM, analysis software or email and SMS platforms. No-code integrations help you take advantage of these applications by extending their core functionality.
Say you’re building an ecommerce store and need to send text messages for abandoned cart reminders and order updates. You can either connect a ready-to-use SMS integration or create the functionality yourself from scratch. In your opinion, what could be implemented more quickly?
Use no-code functions in your company software:
- Integrated communication functionality,
- Seamless multi-channel workflows,
- Automated admin tasks, as well as
- Actions which are triggered based on certain events.
The current trend towards no-code integration means that the possibilities are endless. However, it is important to choose elements that fit into your unique processes. If your marketing goals are to reach more prospects, get more tasks done, or increase sales, there is a no-code solution that can get you all.