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Integrating MemberVault with ConvertKit
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Written by Erin Kelly
Updated over a week ago

Inside this article, you’ll get insights on whether or not ConvertKit is the best fit for your business, and hopefully, it will help you decide which email tool to use that fits your needs and budget.

Here’s everything you need to know about ConvertKit and how well it integrates with MemberVault:


  • It can be directly integrated with MemberVault
    One of the biggest advantages of using ConvertKit is that it has direct integration with MemberVault so it’s super easy for you to get started and connect both of these platforms together. This also means that you don’t need to use any additional tool such as Zapier in order to connect MV with ConvertKit which will save you money in the long run.

  • Convertkit offers a free plan for up to 10,000 subscribers
    This is perfect for you if you’re just getting started in your business and looking for a budget-friendly option. That being said, there are some limitations to their free plan which we’ll get to inside this article.

  • ConvertKit's interface is user-friendly and easy to use
    Another advantage of using ConvertKit is their interface is user-friendly and easy to use so there aren’t any huge learning curves compared to other email tools.

    They also have this neat feature called Visual Automations which enables you to map out your customer journey and set up all sorts of things such as automatically send an email or tag a subscriber based on the triggers set by you.

    They also made the process of creating an email sequence easy and seamless, which is another plus point.


While ConvertKit is a great choice for someone who is just starting out, it may not be ideal for those of you who need more robust features especially when it comes to Automations.

If you’re looking for an all-in-one solution or advanced automation features, ConvertKit might not be the best option for you.

They also have limited A/B testing functionalities so you aren’t able to do advanced split testing in ConvertKit.


A lot of the limitations come from the fact that ConvertKit offers a limited feature on their free plan.

The biggest one is that it doesn’t include their more advanced features such as multiple automations and webhook features.

On ConvertKit's free plan you can offer one email sequence and one visual automation. If you only have one product in MemberVault, then you are good to go here! However, if you have multiple products and wish to have more than one welcome sequence, you'll need to upgrade to a paid ConvertKit plan.

The automation feature enables you to automatically send a welcome email to your customer once they sign up or purchase your product.

💡 As MemberVault doesn’t send any email on your behalf, ConvertKit automation feature is needed so that you can automatically send an email each time a user is being added to your account, complete your product, etc.

In a nutshell, ConvertKit is your best choice if you’re just getting started and don’t need all the bells and whistles or complex workflow.

That said, if you plan on creating funnels and wanting to set up email automation, you’ll need to either upgrade your account to a paid plan or find an alternative email tool that comes with an automation feature on their free plan such as MailerLite.

Questions? Reach out to us at, within our Facebook group, The MV Collaborative, or via chat support within your admin account (not sure how to log in? look up your account here).

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