opensourceOpen source website and blog builder
opensourceContent Management Systems
opensourceA content management system, helping both beginner users and expert builders to create powerful websites and apps
A blog publishing platform where readers can find writing on any topic
Tumblr is a free blogging platform
Which tools can be integrated with Ghost?
Most often, Ghost is integrated with tools from Email Marketing, Social Networks, and Team Chat categories.
Explore a list of popular 45 tools that integrate with Ghost.
Ghost Triggers and Actions
Triggers when a new member is added (requires Ghost 3.0.0 or later).triggerbyzapier
Triggers when a post is published.triggerbyzapier
Triggers when a post is created, updated or deleted.triggerbyintegromat
Triggers when a member is created, updated or deleted.triggerbyintegromat
Triggers when a member is updated (requires Ghost 3.0.3 or later).triggerbyzapier
Triggers when a member is deleted (requires Ghost 3.0.3 or later).triggerbyzapier
Creates a member (Only supported by Ghost 3.0.0 and later)actionbyzapier
Creates a post.actionbyzapier
Updates a member (Only supported by Ghost 3.0.0 and later)actionbyzapier
Find a member
Search for a member by email address.actionbyzapier
Create a post
Creates a post.actionbyintegromat
Find an author
Search for an author by email address or slug.actionbyzapier
Popular Automation Scenarios using Ghost
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Ghost's top competitors?
- WordPress (Open Source), Drupal (Open Source), and Joomla (Open Source) are the most popular alternatives to Ghost.
What apps integrate with Ghost
- Mailchimp, Twitter, Slack, Facebook Pages, Buffer, and Typeform are the most popular tools that Ghost integrates with.