Seva

Email campaigns for creators (previous named ConvertKit)

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ConvertKit changes and becomes Seva.

Reviews

  • Benny Lewis
    Benny LewisFounder of Fluent in 3 Months
    Pros: 

    Great UI, beats competition, works phenomenally, loads of features with more coming out every year & excellent support

    Cons: 

    Any I used to have were dealt with

    I've been on multiple email broadcast providers over the years, and have a very large list that I rely on as central to my business. Other providers have let me down in multiple ways, but since making the switch to Convertkit (recently renamed Seva), I've never looked back!

    The backend interface is straightforward and pleasant to use (I would dread logging into a competitor that shall remain nameless), emails make it through totally fine even when you are sending to 6-digits of subscribers, lots of really cool features like per-location filtering, if-else-based tagging within emails so you can write a single email that's tweaked rather than multiple, visual automation, great analytics, fast loading site, robust rules with tagging and segmentation to give you interesting ways to send very tailored emails, and tech support that are available 24-hours who reply very quickly.

    When you need to send a broadcast to so many people, you want to do it right. The company has a great family feel to it, and I actually get genuinely excited every summer when they announce a ton of new features and improvements. Whenever I try to push the technical limits of their new additions, they are very good at working with my many requests to make sure everything is seamless.

    I wasn't prompted to write this review - As well as being one of their bigger customers, I'm also one of their bigger fans. :D

    Benny Lewis has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    LOVE ConvertKit, very excited about the new direction.

    Cons: 

    Have to wait for things to change :-)

    Great customer service too!

    Kim Doyal has used this product for one year.

Discussion

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Carol Almeida
Carol Almeida@carol_almeida · Digital Strategist
Too much text on your website. I gave up after scrolling down.
Jason Glaspey
Jason Glaspey@jasonglaspey · Founder - Factory
@carol_almeida Convertkit.com is their former website, and it's still live. Seva.com is their new brand and new name, so they're rolling it out slowly and using the homepage as an opportunity to express why, underline their values, and have a conversation with new and previous users. I imagine they'll make the landing page a bit more focused when they start redirecting the old domain to the new brand.
Marco Diversi
Marco Diversi@marco_diversi · I Am Making Cash
What will happen to affilaites using the old convertkit platform?
Matt Ragland
Matt Ragland@mattragland · Customer Success at ConvertKit
@marco_diversi nothing will change for affiliate setup, will just need to update any materials you have!
Seva Zhidkov
Seva Zhidkov@sevazhidkov
Cool naming
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@nathanbarry the new brand looks fresh. Does this include changes to the product, too?
Holly Hester-Reilly
Holly Hester-Reilly@h2rproductsci
@nathanbarry @rrhoover I saw in their launch email, they rolled out some new features like better reporting, better landing page creation tools, and purchase tracking. “Our biggest announcement… Ever.” @nathanbarry https://medium.com/work-in-publi...
Nathan Barry
Nathan BarryMaker@nathanbarry · Founder, ConvertKit
Hey @rrhoover, yes we overhauled three areas of the product: forms & landing pages, reporting, and added an entirely new concept of tracking purchases and revenue. This post includes all the details complete with lots of GIFs: https://medium.com/work-in-publi...
Emil Bruckner
Emil Bruckner@emilbruckner · building findbetterquestions.com
Looks super fresh