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ConvertKit Email Validation Integration

Grab your tags from the ConvertKit and verify. Use the power of DeBounce email verification engine. It's easy and can be done by following simple steps.


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The ConvertKit integration allows you to easily transfer any list (with tags) from your ConvertKit into your DeBounce account and validate them.

Here is the step by step guide how to validate your ConvertKit emails.

Getting a ConvertKit Secret API key

Before starting, you need to have a ConvertKit API key, so DeBounce can connect your ConvertKit account and transfer the lists. We already provided a blog post which includes step by step guide and let you know how to do that. Check the article via this link.

Importing a list from ConvertKit

Once you have created an API key, click on "Integrations" on the left menu. Then click on "Connect" button in front of ConvertKit icon. On the next page, paste the Secret API key you have generated from the previous step, then press the "Connect". If everything is done correctly, you will see a full list of your lists (with tags) on ConvertKit. Then click on "Import" in front of the list you are going to validate. Wait until the list is successfully transferred. You may now start validating your transferred list. Please note that you need to add the emails you are going to validate to a specific tag and start validating that particular tag.

Removing bad emails from your ConvertKit account

Once validation process is finished, click on "Update ConvertKit's List". Based on analyzing results, choose what categories are you going to suppress (for example invalid, spam-trap, and disposable emails), then click on "Update ConvertKit's List" button. Wait some seconds for the process to finish. Selected categories will remove from your email list on ConvertKit (Cancelled status).

Disconnecting ConvertKit

After removing bad emails from your ConvertKit, you can disconnect DeBounce and ConvertKit. Just navigate into "Integration" page on DeBounce and press "Disconnect" in front of ConvertKit logo.