How to add existing subscribers to a ConvertKit sequence

You can automatically add subscribers to a sequence in ConvertKit by using either a visual automation, or an automation rule. You’d usually use a form submission, or the adding of a tag, as a trigger for the automation. People who submit the form, or have the tag added, would be added to the sequence.

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Author's profile picture Blair Wadman on convertkit

Using Pardot's form handlers with Drupal

Pardot comes with its own forms that you can embed on your site. But if you’d rather use your own forms, then you can do this by utilising form handlers. In this article, I’m going to walk through an example of setting this up for a Drupal site using Drupal’s standard contact forms.

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Creating internal links with RightMessage to personalise landing pages

RightMessage is an extremely powerful personalisation tool. By segmenting your audience, you can give people the content that is more relevant to their needs and interests. And you can personalise website copy, call to actions and even more to suit their needs. It’s better for them and better for you - a win-win!

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Author's profile picture Blair Wadman on rightmessage

How do I create a segment of warm subscribers in ConvertKit?

Your ConvertKit email list is going to have a mix of subscribers. Some are going to be engaged, some less so and some totally cold. Have you ever wanted to know who your really engaged subscribers are? You might want to know this for the following reasons:

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Author's profile picture Blair Wadman on convertkit

Got writer's block? Try focusing on answering people’s questions

Anyone who writes words will experience writer’s block at one point or another. You’ll sit there, staring at a blank screen with a blinking cursor and you just don’t know what to write. The words won’t come out and sometimes you don’t even know what topic to tackle. The blank page is right in front of you. The cursor seems to be blinking evermore furiously telling you to type something, anything. Welcome to writer’s block.

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Author's profile picture Blair Wadman on writing