I have multiple ways of collecting emails.
Sign ups in my blog on certain subject matter
Sign up via Wheelio for discount
Sign up in footer (general signup)
Sign ups in future for other
So that I DON”T have to constantly create new material / emails for each. Can I somehow combine UNIQUE first/second emails based on entry point but then Share more general emails among all flows after the initial emails are sent? If so, what is the best way to do this without recreating emails on each flow?
Best answer by carolineView original
One way to do this would be to create a flow which sets a profile property based on which method the customer used to sign up. For example, create a custom property “SignUpMethod” and set it to “Blog”, “Wheelio”, “Footer”, etc. within a metric-triggered flow. You could then create another flow triggered by people joining the list associated with these signups. You could add a conditional split which separates profiles based on the value of “SignUpMethod.” You could then send each different group a different initial email, but eventually merge them back together to receive the same emails after the initial unique email/conditional split.
How to Add a Conditional Split to a Flow
How to Add an Update Profile Property Action to a Flow
Is create a custom property the same as adding a conditional split?
I don’t really understand - sorry
The conditional split would be based on the value of the custom property. In other words, if the custom property is equal to “Blog,” the customer would follow one line of logic, while if the property is equal to “Wheelio” the customer would follow a different line of logic.