ConvertPlus is a WordPress popup plugin that can be used to create effective popups, opt-in and subscription forms. You can use these modules to capture leads and increase newsletter subscribers.
This popup builder comes with an inbuilt lead capture tool called Connects. You can store and manage leads through Connects, or integrate ConvertPlus with a third party mailer of your choice.
With a few easy steps, you can easily integrate ConvertPlus with ConvertKit. Capture leads with ConvertPlus and manage them with ConvertKit.
In order to integrate ConvertPlus with ConvertKit, you can follow the steps mentioned below.
1.Install the Connects ConvertKit Addon
Install the Addon.
In order to learn how to use the Addon Installer in ConvertPlus, you can refer to the article here.
2. The Addon is now installed
3. Open Connects
You need to open the Connects page seen under the Resources section of ConvertPlus.
4. Create a New Campaign
You will then find a “Create New Campaign” button that allows you to create a New Campaign. Click on it.
5. Enter a Campaign Name and Select the Third Party Software
A Campaign name should be valid, descriptive and understandable, so that you know what kind of leads are stored in it.
Select ConvertKit from the drop down below.
Points to remember:
i. You should have an existing ConvertKit account
ii. Create at least one form that can be integrated with ConvertPlus.
How to find the API key and the API URL?
Open Accounts Page of ConvertKit
Select the API Key
6. Paste the API Key in the Connects interface
7. Click on Authenticate ConvertKit and Select the list from the Drop down below
Authenticate the account and select the list you wish to integrate with.
8. Click Create Campaign
Click on the create campaign button and see a new campaign being added to the Connects page.
Using the Campaign in a Module
i. Select and customize a module according to the Campaign needs.
ii. Open it in the editor.
iii. Click on Submissions
iv. Select the appropriate campaign from the Dropdown list
v. Save and Publish the Module.