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October 26, 2021 at 2:27 pm in reply to: How to integrate Mautic with Discount win wheel for WooCommerce? #2447
Well, you have come to the right forum then.
The problem you are pointing is common to most WooCommerce store owners. If they have a large number of users, the emails and other data collected through the spin wheel game are also large.
It can be used for other marketing purposes, but doing it manually is time-consuming. That’s where you need CRMs. They can automate the process of addressing the acquired leads.
It will create a separate segment for all discount wheel contacts in Mautic and add five custom fields to capture the discount wheel winners’ data.
This integration will ensure that your customer data is properly utilized to lead target marketing campaigns.August 23, 2021 at 1:47 pm in reply to: How HubSpot WooCommerce Integration helps you recover abandoned carts? #1471
There is a contact property for this called Current Abandoned Cart. If the value of this property is set to Yes for a specific contact, that contact will be enrolled in the workflow. Once the contact has completed the purchase, you can set the property to No, which will remove the contact from the workflow.August 16, 2021 at 10:03 am in reply to: How HubSpot WooCommerce Integration helps you recover abandoned carts? #1326
Thanks for asking.
The best way to recover abandoned carts is to send emails to the users and remind them about the products they left in their carts.
Here, our HubSpot WooCommerce integration helps you by offering an Abandoned Cart contact list, a workflow for the same, and some properties.
When you install the plugin, you can create the abandoned cart list. This list will store the contact information of each user who added a product to their cart but didn’t buy it. Once they abandon their cart, their data will be synced over HubSpot.
You can then use the abandoned cart workflow to send automated emails to those cart abandoners. And those emails will contain every detail like the product they left in their cart, cart URL, total value, etc.
And all these values will change dynamically and this will happen because of the properties.
To sum up, in brief, I’d say:
1. Create some abandoned cart recovery email templates. These templates will fetch the abandoned cart details and display them dynamically for every user.
2. Then use the abandoned cart recovery workflow provided in our plugin.
3. Target all the contacts that are enrolled in the Abandoned Cart list in our plugin with the email templates.
That’s interesting info. Hey, @Shaun Edwards can you explain me in more detail?? That would be really helpful.