Trigger campaigns automatically either before, on or after a contact-centric date
The best email marketers know that their campaigns are all about the recipients rather than about the sender. With data from CRM, website interactions and transactions, you can send targeted emails to contacts based on dates and events that are important to them.
With a diverse range of use cases - everything from "Happy Birthday" to "Tomorrow's appointment" this is simple marketing automation that takes little effort, yet delivers great results.
e-shot™ enables you to set and forget date-driven campaigns that trigger automatically either before, on, or after a date related to each contact. Our logic engine runs continuously and picks up on dates associated with contacts automatically.
As contacts reach important dates in the customer lifecycle, trigger communications to remind them and to educate them on their options in relation to things like renewals and upgrades. These campaigns can generate business in their own right, but can also give you valuable insight through tracked interactions.
Trigger offers and congratulatory messages on or before special dates such as birthdays or anniversaries to build and maintain customer relationships and to target them at times where their propensity to buy is increased.
With purchase data from your website or CRM, timely follow up communications can be triggered to encourage contacts to review or recommend your products or services. You can also provide targeted messages to upsell or cross-sell items related to the original purchase.
Date-driven campaigns work best on an integrated basis whereby contact data and associated dates are updated automatically from your other business systems. This ensures that campaigns can trigger automatically and accurately as your business data continually evolves. Learn more about our integration options.
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