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Targeting visitors in your ConvertKit account

ConvertBox makes it easy to show a personalised message or call-to-action to specific visitors on your website based on what tags in your ConvertKit account.

How to target visitors in your ConvertKit account

First, if you have not done so already you will need to connect your ConvertKit account.

Then go to the “Targeting” tab in your ConvertBox settings, select the button “Target specific visitors on my website” and select “Add visitor rule“.

Then in the visitor rule modal select the “Autoresponder activity” rule.

Select your ConvertKit account and select which tags the visitor “is on” or “is not on” for this ConvertBox to show. Then click save.

How ConvertBox Tracks visitors in your ConvertKit account

For ConvertBox to begin targeting visitors in your ConvertKit account they must take one of the following two actions.

1. The visitor has subscribed to a ConvertBox on your site.


2. The visitor visits your website via an email link sent from your ConvertKit account with the ID in the URL.

If you wish to use option #2 you must activate a setting called “Add subscriber ID parameters in email links” in your ConvertKit account.

To do this sign into your ConvertKit account and go to “profile”, then select “account settings” from the drop down.

Select “Email” settings.

Then at the bottom of the page under the Advanced heading, tick the box called “Add subscriber_id parameter in email links“.

When the visitor clicks the link to visit your site, ConvertBox will sync the visitors ID and instantly begin targeting them based on their ConvertKit data set in your targeting rules. From that point on whenever the visitor returns to your site ConvertBox will know what lists they are on in your ConvertKit account.

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