NotificationX gives you the chance to display ConvertKit email subscription alerts to show the users who have subscribed for your Newsletter through an amazing popup. It can be a huge asset for your company in terms of increasing conversion rate. This impressive marketing approach will give you the unique opportunity to collect new user base and take your business to a new level.
ConvertKit is one of the most popular Email Marketing platforms out there. NotificationX allows you to connect your ConvertKit account and lets you display the recent subscriptions as an attractive notification alert on your website.
Before you begin, make sure to retrieve your Keys from your ConvertKit Account. You will have to generate the following keys: API Key & API Secret. Simply just copy your API Keys.
Afterward, go to your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to wp-admin -> NotificationX -> Settings -> API Integrations. Then, open the ‘ConvertKit Settings’ tab and insert the respective keys from your ConvertKit account. You can also define a time duration after NotificationX will go and check your account for a new subscription from the ‘Cache Duration’ settings. After successfully doing so, you will be all set to go.
After you are done with the previous step, Simply just Follow this below guideline to display ConvertKit Email Subscription alert using NotificationX.
Step 1: Go to your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to wp-admin -> NotificationX -> NotificationX. Then right at the top, click on ‘Add New’.
Step 2: After you are done with step 1, you will be redirected to the ‘Source’ Tab page of your NotificationX. Simply put a Title and use the drop-down menu to choose ‘Email Subscription’ as your Notification type. Afterward, simply just pick ‘ConvertKit’ as your Source. Then, click on the ‘Next’ button.
Step 3: From the ‘Design’ tab, you can choose a layout and also have the flexibility to use the ‘Advanced Design’ option to customize it as per your preference. From the ‘Themes’ section, the chosen layout is how the ‘Email Subscription’ notification alert will be displayed on your website.
Besides, you can modify your chosen Theme by customizing it through ‘Advanced Design’ option. From this section, you will be able to easily add styling to your design, image appearance, and typography. You can add Background or Text color for notification popup. Besides, you can also add a Border and add styling to it. Basically, Email Subscription consists of Three rows. From the ‘Typography’ section, you can change the Font Size for each row as well.
Step 4: You will then be redirected to the ‘Content’ tab from where you can modify your ‘Notification Template’ and add your preferred content text. From here, you specify the ‘ConvertKit Form’ from which Email Subscription List will be fetched and be displayed on your WordPress website.
Besides, NotificationX offers ‘Notification Template’ for your Content. You can easily go ahead and choose your preferred variables. These variables help to display the name of the users who have subscribed to your ConvertKit Email Newsletter on a certain day. On the other hand, ‘Advanced Template’ gives you complete control over to customize the entire Content for ‘ConvertKit Email Subscription’ as well.
Moreover, you can even track the various types of campaigns through NotificationX as well. ‘UTM Control’ allows you to add ‘Campaign’, ‘Medium’ and ‘Source’ to your ‘ConvertKit Email Subscription’.
Step 5: In the ‘Display’ tab, there are two available sections: Image & Visibility. From the ‘Image’ section, you can use the checkbox to display default image or an avatar in the notification popup. If the users don’t have any ‘Gravatar’ set in their profile, you can simply display the ‘Default’ image by selecting the ‘Default Image’ checkbox and uploading a default image.
From the ‘Visibility’ section, you can set the pages where you want to display the Email Subscription. You also have the option to restrict the notification popup based on certain user roles: Always, Logged In & Logged Out. By default, ‘Show On’ is set to ‘Show Everywhere’ as a result the Email Subscription popup will be displayed in every single page of your website. On the other hand, you can also specify the pages where you want to display or hide the ‘Email Subscription’ notification alert.
After you click on the ‘Next’ button, you will be redirected to the ‘Customize’ Tab.
Step 6: Under the ‘Customize’ tab, you will find three separate sections: Appearance, Timing & Behavior. From the ‘Appearance’ section, you can set the position for Email Subscription to either at the Bottom Left or Bottom Right side of your website. Besides, you can even set a max-width for your Notification Popup as well. You are also able to show a ‘Close Button’ which can be clicked to dismiss the Email Subscription alert. Furthermore, you have the flexibility to hide the ‘Email Subscription’ for mobile devices if you want to as well.
Besides, you also have the freedom to set time for ‘Initial’, ‘Display For’ & ‘Delay Between’ options as per your preference from the ‘Timing’ section. You can set an initial time after which your ‘Email Subscription’ notification will be popped up. By default, it is set to 5 seconds.
You can also set a time limit for how long you want your each notification popup to be displayed by modifying the ‘Display For’ field. To choose a time interval between two notifications of Email Subscription, simply set the time in the ‘Display Between’ field.
From the ‘Behaviour’ section, you can choose to display a number of users who have subscribed to your Email Newsletter for the certain passed days. By checking the ‘Loop Notification’ box, the notification popup will keep on displaying. You can disable this as well. When a visitor clicks on the notification popup, you can control whether you want the linked to open in a new window or a new tab from the ‘Open link in new tab’ checkbox.
On the other hand, the ‘Sound Settings’ section allows you to pick a Sound Alert for your Email Subscription popup. You can control its Volume as well.
Step 7: After you have completed step 6, click on the ‘Publish’ button. As a result, the ‘Email Subscription’ will be successfully created. By following these mentioned steps and a bit more modifying & styling, your final outcome would look like something like this.
This is how you can easily design and display an attractive ‘ConvertKit Email Subscription’ alert on your WordPress website using NotificationX.
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