Trigger emails

Send messages triggered by actions made by your customer

Abandoned cart

Send a reminder about the product your customer wanted to buy but have not finished the checkout process. Remind a buyer of the product he added to his cart but for various reasons didn’t buy.

Purchase

Send a “thank you” email after the purchase. Offer the opportunity Ask for feedback or offer a discount on future purchases.

Registration

Welcome the customer after registering on your website. Tell them about the advantages of your company.

Custom event

Create your own event, and configure the flow of messages after it was triggered.

How it works
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Add an event

Add the event that you want to track in SendPulse. We will generate a URL, an example of the expected data, and will wait for the incoming events.

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Create an autoresponder

Create an autoresponder that starts with your new event. You can add Email, SMS, and Web Push messages containing variables from the event.

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Event is triggered

A visitor to your site performs an action, for example, adds goods to the shopping cart, and the event-order data is sent from your site to SendPulse.

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Automation flow starts

After the event is triggered, autoresponder starts and your customer receives the first email—"You left something in your shopping cart."

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Goal is achieved

Automation 360 will keep track of conversions like "Purchase" or any other events.

Automation 360 advantages
IN DEVELOPMENT
  • Sending events from popular CMS to SendPulse
  • API for Automation 360
  • Sending WebHooks from the flow
  • Subscriber activity details
Integration:
  • Sending events from popular CMS and CRM systems
  • JS-script for tracking and sending events from the site