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.