Logic Hop integrates with ConvertKit to provide personalization using your ConvertKit data. You can easily display any ConvertKit data and custom field on your website to create an engaging, personalized experience.
ConvertKit tags and custom fields can be used in Logic Hop Conditions to determine what content to display and when to display it.
ConvertKit tags can be added and removed and custom fields can be updated, incremented and decremented based on a user’s activity on your site.
Locate your ConvertKit API Key & API Secret found at:
ConvertKit Account > Account Info
ConvertKit Account Info
Enter your ConvertKit API Key & API Secret on the Logic Hop Settings page.
Note: Logic Hop will add a Custom Field titled LogicHop to your ConvertKit account. This Custom Field will be available to all of your ConvertKit subscribers to identify their accounts across devices and browsers.
After saving your ConvertKit API Key & Secret, check a ConvertKit subscriber and confirm the LogicHop field has been added.
Using ConvertKit Data with Conditions
ConvertKit Tags and Custom Fields can be used as parameters in Logic Hop Conditions. The Logic Hop Condition Builder will display all Tags and Custom Fields available to your account. Conditions can test if a Tag has been set or not set and if a Custom Field is equal, or not equal to a specific value.
ConvertKit Condition Types
The Logic Hop Condition Builder will display all ConvertKit condition types available for use. Each can be used alone or combined with other condition types to create complex logic.
Is ConvertKit data available
Is a ConvertKit Tag set or not set
ConvertKit Custom Field
Is a ConvertKit Custom Field set to a specific value