Stackla Connector by Stackla

Create more engaging and personalized customer experiences by effortlessly fueling all your marketing activities with authentic user-generated content (UGC).

$1667/per month


Easily discover and obtain the rights to relevant user-generated content from across the social web, then seamlessly manage, publish and optimize those visuals on all your marketing channels to deliver engaging and personalized experiences at scale. Use Stackla to turn compelling social proof into shoppable content throughout your buyer’s journey—increasing average order values, reducing return rates and boosting online sales.

Save time and money while building a rich library of authentic visuals.
Drive inspiration, engagement and sales by fueling all your marketing activities with compelling user-generated visuals.
Turn your customers into an active community of creators who consistently produce the high-quality content you need.
Leverage AI-powered predictive recommendations to continuously deliver better content experiences and with less effort.


Pricing options

Sub-total one-time /per month annually thereafter

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  • Publisher Stackla
  • Category Content & Media
  • Compatibility Episerver CMS, Version 10 or later
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Use Episerver UGC powered by Stackla to automated user generated content. Discovers, filters, curates, and presents images and data from multiple social media feeds. Includes filters for location, language, and sentiment. Also has web widgets and integrated administrative interface. Available for both cloud based and on-premises Episerver instances, however the service itself is only cloud based.