Table of contents
Key concepts: Video overview about Deadline Funnel
Core setup: Create a Deadline Funnel campaign, add a page timer, integrate ConvertKit, use Deadline Funnel email links
Next steps: Email timers, sales tracking, and testing
In this guide, we will show you how to create an evergreen campaign in Deadline Funnel that connects to your automation in ConvertKit.
To reference our other ConvertKit guides for other campaign types, click here.
Please watch this quick video about how Deadline Funnel integrates with ConvertKit:
1. Create a campaign in Deadline Funnel
When creating your campaign, select the Email Sequence + Special Offer blueprint:
2. Add the Deadline timer to your campaign pages
For your timers to appear on your offer pages, we need to put a piece of code on those pages.
In the top menu of your Deadline Funnel account, click on Tracking Code and click the Copy button.
After you've copied the code you'll need to paste it into your webpage builder so it can track visitors and show your deadline.
3. Integrate ConvertKit with Deadline Funnel
To integrate ConvertKit with your Deadline Funnel campaign, you'll need to:
Connect your ConvertKit account to your Deadline Funnel account
Put a webhook into your ConvertKit automation
This will allow you to trigger a unique deadline for each subscriber in ConvertKit.
4. Add Deadline Funnel email links to your automation emails
Copy the Deadline Funnel email link from the Emails section of your campaign:
Use this link in your emails anywhere that you are linking to your offer page, instead of the offer page's URL.
Now, when someone clicks on the Deadline Funnel email link, Deadline Funnel will look up that subscriber's email address and automatically redirect them to the correct page with the right timer.
Please visit the following guides to learn how to:
If you have any questions, contact us via chat (bottom right corner of your screen) or email at email@example.com. We're always happy to help! 🙂