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Mar 15, 2016
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3 Insights For Crafting An Effective Review Request Email Drip Campaign

You've asked your customer for a review face to face.

You did everything you were supposed to do. They're really happy with you, but your customer has decided to blow you off.

What do you do?

Is it worth it to send a reminder or are you more likely to come off as a pest? Will asking hurt the customer relationship?

Follow these three must-have tips for your review request campaigns and your conversion rates will skyrocket. Create the right email sequence, segment your audience, and communicate at the right time.

It's straightforward and easy.

Want to see a dramatic increase in your five star reviews? These must-have tips are indispensable. Going above and beyond for your customers is the starting point, but it isn't enough. Customers blow us off when they're missing context.

Create context and purpose and you'll find customers are willing and able to share.

Read the rest of Andrew's post here.

How have you used email campaign trips in your marketing efforts?

What have you found to be the most effective tips you can give to others?



Some really great points here Garrett. Thanks Andrew!

I'm sure that wanting to avoid sounding like a pest or coming across as begging, is one of the biggest reasons businesses don't follow through on asking for reviews. Or they ask once and drop it. So giving tips for an email drip campaign should be really helpful.

I really liked how he incorporated the Grade.Us review funnel system too, so folks can see how much that can help simplify and strengthen the process!

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