There are three different status types that your subscribers might hold: Active Subscribers Unsubscribed Subscribers Removed Subscribers By default, your list will be set to show active subscribers only.
When performing a bulk operation to manually upload a list of subscribers to your Drip account, you may come across this message:
Configure a bulk operation to apply a tag to your subscribers that have received a particular broadcast.
Bulk operations allow you to perform actions on subscribers.
We understand how much work has gone into growing your subscriber base, but you may end up having a need to delete subscribers here and there. To remove subscribers based on email inactivity, check out this doc on pruning subscribers.
Let’s say you need to update or remove a tag for a segment of subscribers in your Drip account.
It is easy to prune (unsubscribe) subscribers that have not opened an email for a specified amount of days, amongst other filtering parameters.
The double opt-in confirmation process not only ensures that an email address entering into your account is valid, it also demonstrates that the subscriber is enthusiastic about receiving your content. Immediate benefits of double opt-in: validate email addresses before entering your account decrease bounce rates and spam complaints maintain a healthy list of leads Manage double opt-in for: Opt-In […]
When crafted with evergreen content, campaigns and email sequences are highly effective in nurturing prospects into leads and customers. Campaigns require a one-time setup that will continually run for prospects who subscribe today or a year from now.
When you enable Lead Scoring, your subscribers will have scores assigned based on their interactions with your website and emails. One example: When a prospect visits your pricing page or opens an email, their lead score increases.