Usually, you send newsletters and campaigns to a whole list of subscribers in one go, an automated email series is set up once and then automatically sent to a particular individual when that person meets a specific trigger.
To give you an example, a subscriber joins your list and you want to send an email when they sign up. You can create an automated email or chain of emails based on the trigger — signup. This email will welcome them to your company and show them how to get started with your product or offer a sign-up gift.
You can set up the email once and then as more people continue to meet the trigger you specified, the messages will continue to be sent to them automatically.
Because email Automation works on a specific trigger you are only limited by your creativity and business needs.
To give you some ideas and to help you get started, we’ve created 4 automation blueprints that you can start with today.
What is an automation blueprint?
You can call the automation blueprints templates as it is a pre-prepared series of emails, that can be used as a starting point and changed according to your needs.
In the automation section you will be able to choose from two options:
Start a New Automation – make your own automation series from scratch.
Use a Template – use one of our pre-prepared automation blueprints.
We provide 4 templates:
Welcome series — The blueprint of the automated welcome series for your customer onboarding process.
Education series EN — The blueprint of automated education series for teaching and training your customer
Winback series EN — The Blueprint of automated Winback series to return your subscriber. The strategic goal is to get them interested in your letters again.
Specific date blueprint of automated series with SMS EN — The blueprint of automated SMS series for a specific date.
You can also preview the series before choosing them by clicking on the "preview" button.
After choosing the appropriate template you will be prompted with a message to choose a list/segment:
You will see the automation flow that you can configure as regular automation from here.
More about how to edit automation series: How do I Edit an Automation Series?