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Asked a question 5 months ago

I've created a Wordpress form. Is there any reason to use a ConvertKit form instead? (Aside from, say, a Wordpress form that has conditional logic that ConvertKit can't emulate). If I stick with the Wordpress form, how can I ensure users captured there are put into ConvertKit automations or sequences? Do I need to build exactly the same form fields in ConvertKit?

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Andoni Villarreal Real
Digital Marketer & Funnel Expert

Normally you use a convertkit form for double optin setup, in wordpress is a little bit more difficult to do it. But if you want conditional logic then you should use gravity forms, ninja forms or something like that.