ConvertKit makes it easy to capture more leads, sell more products and send targeted email newsletters by easily embedding email marketing capture forms anywhere on your WordPress web site.
Email Marketing and Email Newsletter Features
- Design subscription forms in ConvertKit, automatically appending them to any WordPress post or page, or displaying forms within your WordPress content using the supplied Gutenberg block and shortcode options
- Build landing pages in ConvertKit, and display them on a WordPress page
- List past email broadcasts on your WordPress site
Design forms in ConvertKit, choosing from a variety of designs, customisable to your branding.
Sign up forms can be configured to:
– Send free content, such as a PDF
– Display when the user is about to leave the page
– Subscribe to an email newsletter, with powerful tagging and segmentation options
Embedding ConvertKit forms on your WordPress web site with the ConvertKit Plugin is quick and simple:
- Choose a default form to be displayed below each individual Post Type (Pages, Posts and other public Post Types, such as WooCommerce Products)
- Choose a specific form to be dispalyed below a specific Page, Post or custom post type
- Turn off form embedding at both site wide and/or individual Page/Post level
For greater control, ConvertKit forms can be displayed in specific sections of your WordPress site’s content, sidebars and footers by:
- Using the ConvertKit Forms block in Gutenberg
- Using the
[convertkit]shortcode in the Classic Editor
Embed landing pages, designed in ConvertKit, on your WordPress web site, choosing from a variety of designs, customisable to your branding and ideal for building your email marketing list or selling a product.
Create or edit a WordPress Page, choose the ConvertKit landing page from the ConvertKit meta box settings to display, and you’re set.
Email Newsletter Broadcasts
Use ConvertKit’s email marketing feature to send email newsletters to your subscribers and leads.
Embed existing email newsletters on your WordPress web site, ensuring visitors never miss your email marketing content, by:
- Using the ConvertKit Broadcasts block in Gutenberg
- Using the
[convertkit_broadcasts]shortcode in the Classic Editor
With the ConvertKit for WordPress Plugin, you also get:
- Elementor: Form and Broadcast widgets natively integrated with Elementor, to embed ConvertKit forms and broadcast lists
- Contact Form 7: Subscribe Contact Form 7 form submissions in ConvertKit
- WishList Member: Subscribe, unsubscribe and tag users based on their membership level
Our other WordPress Plugins provide further integrations between WordPress Plugins and ConvertKit:
- ConvertKit for WooCommerce: Subscribe, tag and assign sequences to customers at checkout, and send order data to ConvertKit
- ConvertKit for Gravity Forms: Send Gravity Form submissions to ConvertKit
Full Plugin documentation can be found here.
- Configure the plugin by navigating to Settings > ConvertKit in the WordPress Administration Menu, entering your API Key and defining the default forms to display on Pages, Posts and/or Custom Post Types
- (Optional) choose a specific Form to display when editing a Page, Post or Custom Post Type in the Page/Post/Custom Post Type’s ConvertKit settings
- (Optional) use the ConvertKit Form Shortcode or Block to insert Forms into your Page, Post or Custom Post Type content