Do this if you want to continue communicating with registrants/students via ConvertKit after your webinar/course or simply collect email addresses for future use.
To set up the integration for the first time:
Step 1: Log into your ConvertKit account to get an API Key.
Click on your avatar in the top right corner of the app, then click Account Settings.
Find and take note of your API Key.
Step 2: Log into your WebinarNinja account and click Integrations from the left menu.
Go to 3rd Party Apps.
Step 3: Click Connect under ConvertKit.
Enter your API Key then click Connect.
You will get a message that the connection was successful. ConvertKit will now appear Connected.
Step 4: Select an existing form from the drop-down, choose an existing tag to add to each registrant, then click Update. This is applied to all registrants- attendees and non-attendees.
Once done, the integration will appear Active.
You're all set! Your webinar registrants will now be synced with ConvertKit. All of your upcoming registrants will now be added to the ConvertKit form with the tag you specified.
To change the default setting:
Go back to Integrations > 3rd-Party Apps, then click the gear icon under ConvertKit. You can also disconnect the integration from here by clicking the power icon.
To add registrants from a particular webinar with a different tag:
Step 1: Click My Webinars from the left menu and find the webinar for which you want to change settings, click Options to the right of it, then click Email Integrations.
Here you will see all CRMs currently connected to your account. Choose ConvertKit or any one of the CRMs and click the gear icon to the right of it.
Step 2: Here you may see "Active (account settings)" which means that this webinar currently follows your account default settings.
You can now choose another form or tag for this particular webinar then click Create for Webinar.
Note: Only those who signed up after the integration is activated will get added- not existing registrants. To add existing registrants, export the list as .csv then manually import the file to ConvertKit.
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