Know your email strategy inside out

So here’s the blog you’ve all been waiting for right? I must admit, we’re pretty excited about it over here at dotmailer. With great pleasure I unveil to you, our brand new interactive, real time updating, visual dashboards.

Spot trends on the go

We’re proud to say that we’re the only email platform that gives you the power to compare your email marketing strategy by date ranges, so you know straight away if any changes you’ve made over a specific time have had a dramatic effect on your email marketing performance and ROI.

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With this exciting new functionality, you can compare important statistics like clicks and unsubscribes on an x/y axis graph, or filter your metrics by campaign tags (see what we mean by tags in our last blog Powerful comparisons), campaign type (standard VS triggered) or lead score category.

At dotmailer we exist simply to help you increase your ROI via email marketing. So we’ve created this awesome tool that makes it really easy for you to spot trends, take action and create that winning formula for your email marketing.

Oh, and did I mention, you can access your dashboards on a tablet too, so you’re kept up to date even when you’re not at your desk.

And on that note, we’ll leave you to wait in anticipation for this new awesome feature to be released into your dotmailer account. And if you don’t have one, sign up for your free 30 day trial today!

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