Drip… Drip… Drip.
In most cases, drips are annoying (think: leaky kitchen faucet). But if you are a marketer who is using drip email campaigns, you better ensure your drips are the opposite.
In order to do that, you need to think about your prospect, customer and the information they want and need.
First, let’s define “drip email campaign”:
A drip email campaign is a series of automated emails sent over a period of time, for the purpose of attracting or retaining customers.
In order to create a drip email campaign, you need some type of email marketing service, such as HubSpot or Pardot. This will allow you to automate emails and even define the actions that get users added to a drip email list.
Drip emails are most often associated with marketing to prospects, but you should also consider your existing customers when you set up drip campaigns. Customer retention is an equally important (and profitable) focus.
Focus on your customers and prospects—not your own agenda—with every drip campaign, and you will find a hands-off way to keep them happy. Not an annoying drip in sight.
Need help building your email list in preparation for your new drip campaigns? Check out 20 Best Tips for Fast, Effective Email List Building.