Send Automatic Emails

Emails can be sent automatically to individual subscribers before or after a specific trigger or event


Autoresponders go by a few different names like triggered emails and drip campaigns, but essentially they are automated emails. They can also be a sequence of emails sent when one of your subscribers meets a certain condition. For example, when someone joins your list, your subscriber's birthday, or a month since someone purchased from your store.

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You Set the Rules

You set the rules that trigger when an automatic email is sent, our systems will do the rest and send the email automatically for you to the appropriate subscribers at just the right time.

You can do this automatically when a subscriber joins one of your subscription lists.

You can also do this for specific date from information stored within your own subscriber lists; like birthdays, renewal dates, last purchase dates, membership expiry or anything else that is date related.

Do you want to send your clients an automatic renewal email 60 days before their renewal date; EASY. You're just a few clicks away from a completely automated system.

Superb Reporting

At a glance you'll see an overview of the basics like how many emails have been sent, the average open rate, click rate and unsubscribe rate.

Where it can get truly interesting is the "over time" statistics.

Autoresponders are often something you put a lot of work into setting up initially, but may then only check on them occasionally. With that in mind, we've focused on making it easy to spot how each email in the sequence is performing over time.

This type of report means that if you make a copy or design change to an email in an active autoresponder, you can come back in a few days and see how that change is performing compared to the previous version.

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    What is an 'autoresponder'?

    An autoresponder is the term for one or more emails you can automatically have sent to your subscribers based on certain rules. You may also know these as 'trigger' emails and 'drip campaigns'. A common example of an autoresponder is a series of emails that are automatically sent to each new subscriber after they sign up to a list.

    The key is once you setup an autoresponder, it can run along all by itself without any effort on your part. You can of course adjust and improve it over time should you wish.

    Note: To use auto-responders you will need to purchase some credits before hand, as you'll be sending lots of individual emails automatically. After all you want each email sent automatically (that's the whole point), so asking you for your credit card details each time an individual email is sent is clearly highly impractical.

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    Why would I want to use autoresponders?

    Autoresponders are handy in a lot of different situations. Below are just a few examples of how autoresponders can be setup to increase sales, improve your customer service and drive ongoing loyalty and business from your email list.

    No doubt once you get started you'll think of a bunch of options that make sense in your particular situation for your business.

    • Send a series of emails over time about a particular product or service
    • Automatically follow up your new customers
    • Automated renewal emails
    • Send your subscribers a birthday message
    • Help people remember important dates

    Research has shown that to really sell a product or an idea often requires repeated contact with that product, or idea. Having a series of emails

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    How could I use an automatic email to get more business?

    There are literally hundreds of ways that you could use automatic emails to help keep in touch with your customers.

    • Send a series of emails over time about a particular product / service; eventually they may buy from you
    • Tell someone that their boiler repair is due a month before and they'll schedule the service with you
    • Remind a customer about their vehicle MOT is due next month and you've just booked them in
    • Let them know that it's been a year since their last health check and they need to arrange another
    • Let them know that their VAT or Tax return is due shortly
    • Their lease is coming to an end and would they like to extend it
    • That their annual check-up is due
    • or just wish your customers Happy Birthday

    Research has shown that to really sell a product or an idea often requires repeated contact with that product, or idea. Having a series of emails

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