How to code your own custom ConvertKit template
It's nearly impossible to have an online business of some sort and not run across the need to do something with code.
You need code to add a Facebook pixel to your site. You need code to add SumoMe or other social sharing services to your site.
If you're using a Squarespace site and have another email service provider besides MailChimp, you've likely had to embed code onto your website to get your email opt-in forms on there.
And if you're a ConvertKit user, you've probably come across the frustration that many feel with their super plain email templates (in comparison to other platforms).
I find most of the time, people just want the ability to add their logo and social media buttons to their template and maybe add a signature.
But to be able to do that on your own, you've got to understand some basic HTML and CSS. And if you don't, you've got to hire someone like me to do it for you.
ConvertKit has a lot of really great info in their knowledge base about coding your own template, which I invite you to check out this article for more information.
If you're not very familiar with HTML and CSS code already, but still want to learn how to code your own template, I invite you to celebrate with me!
This blog post is to serve as an announcement and mini-celebration because I've created my first ever course: The Non-Scary Way to Code a Custom ConvertKit Template.
If you're interested in learning more about my new course, click here.