You should not create a tag in Drip that contains a comma (example: “this is, my tag”) since several places in Drip store tags as comma delimited lists.
Add additional members to your Drip account with a few simple steps.
Here’s the low-down on how conversion attribution works in Drip: To convert by visiting a page, a subscriber needs a cookie (either from when they subscribed, or anytime they’ve clicked through from an email sent by Drip).
1. Navigate to Settings > Templates and create your new template by clicking the “New Template” button. Give the new template a name and then click the “Create Template” button.
When creating a form, you have the option to redirect the user to a different page after they have submitted the form:
Moving to Drip from an email newsletter tool like MailChimp or AWeber can be a challenge, since a few of the main concepts are handled differently:
Don’t want your campaign’s first email to get sent immediately after sign up? Simply head to the campaign settings tab to adjust the delivery of the first email.
In this article, you will learn about tags, events, and custom fields. These data points are the most common criteria used when creating Segments in Drip. They allow you to better understand your subscribers, which in turn gives you more leverage in determining how to communicate with them through their customer journey.
This article will discuss the differences between Drip and other email service providers.