Before I started using ConvertKit, I relied on a hack system with a half dozen different apps and a MailChimp account to sort of manage my email list. In hindsight, it’s hard to imagine wasting so much time on all that when ConvertKit is built to do everything in one place―it just makes sense!John Meese • johnmeese.com
Want to build an online business from your blog? You’ll need an effective email strategy!
ConvertKit makes building and serving your email list super easy to do, which is exactly why it’s the only email marketing service recommended by the guys behind The Unleash Your Blog Podcast.
John Meese uses ConvertKit every day to build his email list, craft email campaigns, and better serve his audience through tags, segments, and automated email sequences. Danny Coleman is just getting started with his blog, and already uses ConvertKit because it’s just that good.
ConvertKit’s forms and landing pages are easy to embed anywhere on your site and allows you to deliver free giveaways with incentive emails. And all your forms and landing pages are hosted by ConvertKit. That means no extra integration necessary and they’re covered by ConvertKit’s support.
A well-timed, educational email can be just what you need to remind readers about what you have to offer. Combine that with a full series of emails offering value and thoughtful pitches and you’re on your way to building trust and authority. ConvertKit allows you to logically organize your autoresponder emails to send targeted messages to your readers while also scaling your business.
Never worry about your subscriber’s journey again. With visual automations you can build custom paths for your funnels by connecting events, actions, and conditions. When joined together, these elements create your subscriber’s journey in one easy-to-understand and totally customizable process.
Rather than try to build every feature possible, ConvertKit focuses on being the best at email marketing and then building great integrations with ecommerce platforms, landing page builders, membership site providers, and much more. And for everything else, there’s Zapier.