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How To Create A Custom Link Trigger In ConvertKit To Remove Subscribers From A Sales Funnel  - Best Email Marketing Tool - Yes To Tech

How To Create A Custom Link Trigger In ConvertKit To Remove Subscribers From A Sales Funnel - Best E-mail Marketing Tool. In this ConvertKit tutorial and ConvertKit demo, you’ll discover how to create a custom link trigger in ConvertKit, which is the absolute best e-mail marketing tool, with an automation rule to remove subscribers from a sales funnel.

This is great if you’re sending out a sales sequence after a webinar for instance, and one of your subscribers wants to stop receiving your sales e-mails about your online course, but still wants to remain on your e-mail list at large.

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The first thing we need to do is create an automation rule, so that everyone who clicks a specific link, is removed from our sales sequence.

To access the automation options, just click on the automations tab up top, and then select rules from the right-hand side menu bar. To add a new automation rule, click on the blue + add rule button from the right. Just a side note, automation rules are not set retro-actively, meaning that an automation will only be applied to subscriber-based actions that occur AFTER the automation rule was created.

Once we click on the + add rule button, we’ll be redirected to this page that’s composed of two columns, trigger and action. From the trigger column, select clicks a link. Name that link, such as unsubscribe from webinar sales sequence, and add a destination URL. This is the URL your subscribers will be redirected to after they click a link inside your email broadcast. Since our trigger will be to unsubscribe someone from our webinar sales sequence, this destination URL can be to a page on your website that says ‘you won’t get any more emails about my course’.

Since my webinar registrants and attendees were tagged with an [attended] or [registered] tag, I will select in the action column to remove the [attended] and [registered] tag of everyone who clicks this unsubscribe from webinar sales sequence link. The sales sequence is directed to those who attended or registered for the webinar, and so those who click this link will no longer have either one of those tags, meaning that they won’t receive the sales sequence broadcasts anymore. So let’s go ahead and add as our action to remove those tags, and then click on save rule on the bottom right.

Okay, now at the bottom of our sales sequence emails, we can add a disclaimer that says, ‘click here to unsubscribe from this sales sequence’. To link this disclaimer to the link trigger we just created, click on the insert link button, and instead of pasting a URL, click on ‘link triggers’, and select the appropriate link trigger, and then click insert.

And that’s it! Now you know how to create a custom unsubscribe link in ConvertKit to remove subscribers from a sales funnel. To take things to the next level, make sure to watch my video on how to create automation rules in ConvertKit to create an autopilot system.

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