Make a marketing form in three easy steps

HTML forms are a great way to collect information online and then store it in a database for future use. For the technically minded you can set a form up on a website / webpage and then, through some server-side scripting, e.g. PHP, save the captured information in a database and do with it what you will. At the same time as storing the information you can also trigger events, such as sending a confirmation or welcome email. But what about those that may not have the technical or time resources for such a web development project? Well, our emailing platform has the perfect solution – an in-built Form tool that can implement either a sign-up form or an opt-out…

Basket Abandonment

I have lost count of the number of times I have spoken to email marketing managers who  have said something along the lines of…”I’m not sure we should be sending basket abandonment emails, it feels a bit big brother to me” and the look of horror when I suggest not only should they be doing them but where possible, they should be sending browse abandonment emails as well. If you are a traditional retailer and someone walks into one of your outlets and picks up and looks at the same item say 3 or 4 times then you would expect your sales staff to engage them in a conversation about the product and attempt to sell it to them. Well,…