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Generate more revenue from every visitor to your website, whether you’re running ads or not.

We’ve got bad news. Even if you’re doing a great job with your marketing, 90% of the visitors who reach your website will never come back again. 

But that’s not the end of the story. You don’t need to lose them forever. By collecting emails and SMS details you can continue the conversation and build your customers’ trust until they’re ready to buy. It might take a day, it may take 3 months but communication is key. 

The average eCommerce brand we work with generates 30% of their revenue from their email list. 

We get it. Email marketing can be hard. When you’re juggling a million other things, it can feel like just another to-do item on your list. But how much money are you leaving on the table by not communicating with your leads and customers?

When you don’t communicate with your customers, it’s easy for them to think you don’t care or even exist. Or worse, you’re opening the door for your competitors to step in and woo them into a sale.

There are 100s of great reasons to start taking your email marketing seriously, but here’s our top five

We regularly help businesses add an additional 20%+ to their monthly revenue just by setting up automated email campaigns. 

Who is this for?

👉 I have a list of email addresses but I don’t know what to do with it

👉 I have traffic on my site but I have no idea how to start an email list

👉 I know I should be doing email marketing but don’t know where to start

👉 The idea that my social media accounts could vanish overnight really scares me, but I don’t know what to do instead. 

👉 I want to be able to build sustainable sales in my business without adding extra admin time. 

What’s the difference between flows and campaigns?

Flows (also known as automation flows or drip campaigns) are a series of automated messages that are triggered by specific actions or events, such as when a subscriber signs up for a newsletter, abandons a cart, or makes a purchase. Flows are designed to guide subscribers through a predefined journey or sequence of messages, with the goal of nurturing them towards a desired action or outcome. Flows are typically triggered by a subscriber’s behaviour or activity and are highly automated. The work gets done once and it generates ongoing revenue.

Campaigns, on the other hand, are one-time or recurring series of email messages that are sent to a group of subscribers. Campaigns are typically used for specific purposes, such as promoting a new product or sale, announcing an event or sharing valuable content. Campaigns are usually sent to a specific segment or group of subscribers and can be highly targeted based on subscriber behaviour, preferences, or demographics.

Our expertise is building highly functional and profitable Flows – automatic messages that respond intelligently to what your customers and prospects do, that fire off without you needing to do a thing (except count the sales coming in!)

So how exactly does this work?