Sending an email campaign to multiple mailing lists
The new function is available at SendPulse. Now you can launch an email campaign to multiple mailing lists at once.
For example, you can select mailing lists that contain users' emails of different location (California, Georgia, Nevada and others) and send one email to all these lists. Then you can track and compare open rate, click-through rate and transactions that will show you in what region users are more loyal and engaged.
How to send an email campaign to multiple mailing lists?
Log in to your SendPulse account and click the button "Create a campaign."
In the window that appears, you should enter all the information about email campaign. To select several email lists, you need to tick them in the box "Mailing list". If you select the wrong email list, click it again to remove a tick.
Then you should fill in all the fields: "From email address," "Sender's name," and "Subject line". Select the email template and type the text of a message. Verify all the information about your email on the last step "Review and sending."
Your email to multiple email lists is ready for sending. Click the button "Start."
What if there is the same email address in two email lists?
One email can be present at several email lists. In this case, the recipient will not receive two identical emails because the service deletes the duplicates in email lists.
What functions are not available when sending an email to multiple email lists at once?
The two functions are not available: the segmentation and the follow up to unopened messages.
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