Drip monitors both hard and soft bounced emails. Once an email address reaches it’s limit of hard or soft bounces, Drip will no longer attempt to send any further email messages to those subscribers.
Drip Source Tag, or DST, allows you to track the source of your subscribers (Facebook ads, for example) and tag them accordingly in Drip with one simple modification to your links.
Learn which kinds of tests you can run, how to adjust the timing of your tests and monitor their results. Otherwise known as A/B testing.
Learn how Conversions are triggered, how to count conversions and record their value and view your Converion’s data.
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).