New in Jilt: tag customers for smarter segmentation, join the Zapier integration beta, and how we’re getting prepared for Black Firday / Cyber Monday.
As an eCommerce shop owner you live and die by things like your total revenue and your average order value. We understand the need to spend so much time looking at the numbers–we do it too. At Jilt we track all sorts of metrics about app usage, recurring revenue, and traffic. Just like you, we use this data to get an overview of the health of our business and where we can improve. We know […]
If you sell consumable products and want to drive recurring revenue (and frankly, who doesn’t?), you should take advantage of replenishment emails.
It’s been an exciting month for us! We’ve launched not one, but yes, two really exciting integrations for WooCommerce stores. Send emails to members from WooCommerce Memberships or to subscribers from WooCommerce Subscriptions. You can read more about those changes here. While summer is winding down (at least here in the northern hemisphere), we’re not. These new integrations open up some exciting things for Jilt that we’ll share more about in Q4. In the meantime, […]
Win-back campaigns are powerful automated email marketing tools to re-engage inactive subscribers. In this article, learn how to create your own.
Showing gratitude is an important part of eCommerce. Thank you emails are great opportunities to please your customers and drive more sales.
To truly understand your customers, you have to dig deeper than your analytics. Learn how to use customer interviews to uncover real insights.
Somehow, summer is half over. At least for some of us—the great thing about being a remote company is that for a couple of team members, it’s winter that’s actually half over. But no matter what the season is, we’re not slowing down with improvements and fixes. We have some very exciting email improvements coming soon, but this week we have a handful of updates that lay the groundwork for all the big things that […]
The first emails your subscribers receive are the most important messages you’ll send. Here’s how to create a welcome series for your subscribers.
Last week, a few members of our team trekked to Beantown for WordCamp Boston. We love attending WordCamps because we get to connect with WordPress developers and users face-to-face, and learn about their needs when it comes to eCommerce email marketing. We love it so much, in fact, that we’re winging our way to Colorado for WordCamp Denver this weekend! (If you’re in the area, stop by our booth and pick up a Jilt t-shirt!) […]