Improvements to ConvertKit's WordPress plugin

12 months ago

We've made big improvements to the ConvertKit plugin on WordPress! All these updates have been made to make it easier for you to set up your website and have your go-to tools complement each other to make your business to run more smoothly.

Here are the updates to look out for:

  • Gated content: Using WordPress' Member Content functionality, you can set up gated content for premium members who have purchased a ConvertKit Commerce product. This way you can set up courses, e-books, curated content, and more without another platform, and without your members leaving your site.
  • Newsletter feed: Want to showcase all of your newsletters on your site? You can now embed a paginated list of your public broadcasts emails on your Wordpress site. They can displayed in a list with subject and date, or in a grid with image and descriptions. They will all be linked to the public post that is hosted on ConvertKit.
  • Product embeds: Create your storefront on your WordPress site, by adding quick embeds of your ConvertKit products. You'll be able to edit all the styles directly inside WordPress.
  • Pop-up modal: You can now add a button, which is a "Form Trigger Block," so that a modal, slide-in, stick bar ConvertKit form pops up when someone clicks on the button.
  • WooCommerce plugin: We also updated the ConvertKit and WooCommerce Plugin to map customer first and last names to ConvertKit custom fields.
  • PHP SDK: For any PHP developers, we've released the PHP SDK to easily interact with the ConvertKit API.

We are so excited to see how you make changes with the WordPress updates. For more information, check out our support article here.