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rakib9090alhasan
Oct 11, 2022
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It’s always difficult to see clients leave. But, it happens and you’ll need to have an email ready. You should create a drip campaign for deactivated accounts, but not unsubscribed accounts. This email should include content along the lines of “We’re sorry to see you go!”. You could also include a survey or ask them to respond to the email with anything that you could have done to make their experience better. Include a discount or promotion to try and entice the client to stay a little longer. Try not to include all three of these options in one email. You can save the discount for the second email in this sequence. Below is an example of what this could look like. Hi {first name}, It’s sad to see that you have deactivated your account! We hope that your experience with us was a positive one. If not, we would love to hear your feedback and how we could have done better. Again, we are sorry to see you go. All the best, {Your name} Monitor Email Drip Analytics As marketers, we love analytics and data. Just like any other marketing initiative, you should analyze the metrics to ensure your email campaigns are successful. A few of the most important metrics for you to track are open rate, unsubscribe rate, and link clicks. These metrics will help you understand what to keep doing and what could be improved upon. If you have a low Consumer Phone List open rate, then your subject line could use some work. Change it up and make it something that grabs your client’s attention. If your unsubscribe rate is high, it’s important to change the content in the email. Finally, if you have few link clicks, then there is a good chance that your content and CTAs don’t align as well as they could. Updating your content on a regular basis is important, and can help improve all email metrics. It can take a lot of trial and error to find out what your clients respond best to. So, don’t get discouraged if one month you have a high unsubscribe rate. If you haven’t heard anything from your clients through live chat, replying to emails, or booking a demo, then it’s a good idea for your sales team to reach out themselves. Their point of contact should reach out via email or phone call to check on them and see if there is anything they need help with. Keep it casual, and ask them if they have any questions, concerns, or anything else relevant to your business. By providing this level of customer support, your client will know how important they are to your business. If you know that you have provided them with a great experience, ask for a review on G2 or Capterra. Let’s face it, companies are always looking to generate more leads. Like I mentioned before, Visitor Queue is a B2B lead generation software that can identify the businesses visiting your website. You can take advantage of this technology for more than just your current clients. Use it to identify prospective companies that visit your website. Visitor Queue can identify employees that work at those companies, and provide your sales team with email addresses, phone numbers, LinkedIn links, and more that you can use to reach out to them. Now, you’ll know how to generate more leads, and properly onboard new clients!
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