3 steps to re-engaging 'inactive' and 'lapsed' customers

Posted by Rita Braga Martins 23 Jul 19

Rita's expert advice on re-engaging inactive customersFor this post, Ometria’s email marketing consultant, Rita, offers advice on how ecommerce marketers today can go about (a) identifying inactive customers, and (b) re-engaging them. 

In an ideal world, all of your contacts would be engaged and consistently purchasing from you – but this isn’t the case; it does however present opportunities for retail marketers to both advance and diversify their methods for encouraging customers to spend with them. 

How do you keep customers engaged and what should you do once they become ‘inactive’? Again, in this ideal world, there would be more new customers to make up for those who lapse or become inactive. But this isn’t always the case, and gradually most retail businesses will see their email revenues go down despite a growth in their database. 

This is why we’re going to breakdown why you should focus on re-engaging those who are ‘inactive’ and how to make the most of your existing database of customers. 

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Topics: Segmentation in ecommerce marketing, single customer view, ecommerce marketing advice, re-engaging inactive customers, retention marketing

The Power of Personalisation: An Email Marketing Expert’s Perspective

Posted by Rita Braga Martins 18 Apr 18

the power of personalisation in ecommerce marketing As Ometria’s email marketing consultant, I work with a wide range of ecommerce businesses—from multi-country retailers to independent boutiques, fashion labels to furniture giants.

What do they all have in common? The desire to give customers marketing experiences they’ll love.

In an age of ‘digital bombardment’, understanding who your customer is, the marketing channels they use, the content they want to receive and the best time to deliver this content is essential to achieving this universal goal.

No matter what you sell, personalised marketing is a must in today’s ecommerce reality—with the amount of contact information available, relevance is now key to achieving the highest engagement and ROI for every marketing activity you put in place.

Below, I’ve taken a look at how today’s marketers are harnessing both well-known techniques such as segmentation and more advanced practices like dynamic content to provide customers with the best experience possible.

(N.b. To remind yourself of the difference between segmentation and dynamic content, check out this blog post.)

Ready? Let’s begin.

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Topics: Ecommerce metrics, Ecommerce personalisation, dynamic content, Segmentation in ecommerce marketing, re-engaging inactive customers, ecommerce marketing blog, ecommerce lessons, Email marketing tips

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