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It has been quite a tumultuous year for ecommerce, especially for small businesses that have had to pivot continuously over the last few months. One great way to give back this year and support our community of entrepreneurs is to shop from other small businesses for the holiday season. Drop a link below to your store and feel free to highlight 2-3 of your best sellers as gift ideas!
Hi Community! As a Champion, I would love to share some of my experience with you all so we can continue to learn and grow together! One particular story I’d like to share is about a client of mine’s deliverability issues and how we rectified their particular issue, in hopes it will teach and encourage others as well. The challenge facing our Klaviyo Client, WearMePro (WMP), was the concern that their domain reputation was in bad standing and that their emails were landing in Spam after seeing several sends with low engagement. Even with their normally avid and engaged following, they saw Open-Rates slipping into 13% or less.When you fear your brand may be suffering from a similar fate - here is our tried and true strategy to help get your domain back into good standing.(Keep in mind things like purchased lists will make domain repairing an almost impossible task - so ensure your list only consists of contacts who've organically opted-in to hear from your brand.)Step One: Get a Puls
Let’s keep the conversation going with Holly and Julie from our June 14, 2022 account spotlight featuring Seattle Elderberry! This is a collaborative space to post any of your additional questions or share any of your own marketing wins, strategies, or lessons learned with other like-minded business owners and creators. During this session, we discussed how Seattle Elderberry: incorporates text only emails into their sending calendar uses omnichannel marketing can balance out campaign and flow revenue by introducing additional flows Note: account spotlight is not recorded, so we recommend attending these sessions live.If you want to learn more, check out our live training schedule to see when the next account spotlight session is scheduled (it will be in August 2022). If you want to get some of the strategies from the session up and running in your account: A/B test text only and text/image hybrid templates with a small audience to see how text only emails perform with your sub
Hi everyone,We are running Facebook Ads to collect leads offering free lead magnets.I just set up the Facebook integration via LeadsBridge to find out that it's a paid service. That's really sad especially after spending a whole day to trying setup and configure it so it would work seamlessly with Klaviyo.As I understand it's the only way to use Facebook Instant forms with Klaviyo.The other option is to create a landing page and send people there.What I am wondering if anyone can tell from their experience if there is a different conversion rate between the Instant forms and Landing pages. We are not spending on FB Ads so much so it would be worth paying extra for LeadsBridge integration.Thank you in advance!
A common concern we are hearing here at Klaviyo is shipping delays, especially from small business owners. What is your approach to shipping this year -- are you moving up your last day for guaranteed delivery emails or not offering guaranteed delivery by the holidays this year? Any other strategies you are utilizing to mitigate any shipping concerns?
Hi everyone,Love that Klaviyo has put this together. I’ve used Klaviyo for the past 3 years but the last year I’ve really doubled down and spent more time in Klaviyo than any other software. I’m looking forward to helping others here as well as getting help. If you want to connect on twitter my handle is @jsappington Thanks!
Hey Fam, This tip is a “nice-to-have” to help the user experience in the welcome flow that uses a dynamic coupon which expires after X amount of days. I’d say 99% of brands are using an welcome discount to incentivize visitors to get on their email list. So, naturally, that first email should answer the question - what’s my coupon code?! Yes, you could use a static coupon that’s the same for all your subscribers (ie. WELCOME15), but a few issues I have with that:It could be EASILY shared amongst friends (I’ve done it) and found by services like Honey If you want to incentivize urgency, will someone believe a generic coupon code is actually going to expire (yes, my view is skewed because this is what we do for a living) Does it really make the subscriber feel special that it’s a code really for them? Probably notOkay, so what’s the tip?Here’s our setup:Dynamic code generated by Klaviyo Expires after X amount of days (let’s say 7) Reminder email after 6 days that the coupon will expire
Hi Community! I’m sure all of you have experienced the effects of supply chain shortages over the last year. It’s definitely been a challenge to keep retail clients competitively performing when their product is often missing or delayed. Luckily, Klaviyo has some great features that help us combat that. Supply Chain Issues Are Here to Stay - Now What? I have clients who, over the last year, have had a ton of supply and some clients that have had products sitting in container ships off the coast for months. I even have one client who finally received product after waiting months only to find it had a flaw in it and has to be redone - she is currently trying to figure out a way to keep the product in the US to get fixed so that she does not run into any more time delays. In situations like this, it can be hard to push products due to stocking and inventory uncertainty. Alternatives to Product Pushes So how do we combat this? Thankfully, our clients all have some sort of product in stoc
Hey folks! All right, I have seen these chats in a lot of places online, but I wanted to bring it here to see what everyone’s thoughts are and see if we can consolidate it here. Let's talk about what's going on with some monumental shifts happening in ecommerce marketing and advertising. After Apple's privacy changes for app tracking in IOS 14.5 and Google's 3rd party cookies phasing out in 2023, there's going to be a lot of impact to how marketers can target and infer information about their prospects if they don't have a direct relationship with them.Doing a search here on Klaviyo, they recently put out a few guides and a blog post about what these changes mean to marketers and how to address these challenges. I'll link them here:A Marketer’s Full Funnel Guide to Navigate Data Privacy Changes Less Stalking, More Talking A CMO’s Advice on How to Deal with Changes to Consumer Data PrivacyFrom my experience partnering and scaling with merchants at Retention Commerce, it's been my mis
This month’s theme: School’s in Session for BFCM Prep! We have Live Trainings coming your way, all throughout September to get you ready. You can sign up now! Going along with this month’s theme, we want to know...what do you wish you had prepared for back in September of 2020 for BFCM? Let us know and you could be featured!
We needed to mass (re)move people from a list without unsubscribing, deleting or suppressing the profiles. For a client of ours we recently ran into an issue where we needed to mass remove various contacts from a list and add them to separate sub/smaller lists.Segmentation was not an option since we needed people to be subscribed to a list and not based on variables that could change. In this specific case it was a custom multilanguage shop with 1 Klaviyo account.An easy way to remove subscribers from a Klaviyo listKlaviyo does not provide an option to delete users from a list without manually removing them one by one. With thousands of people that needed to be removed this was not an option.SolutionUsing the information found in the klaviyo development documentation I've created this as a way to remove contacts from a list by using a CSV file with all email addresses in the header Email.Use case:While having to split up a main list in seperate sub-lists I encountered an issue that we
I work for a small ecomm grocer, and I’m weighing ESP options for the business. We don’t have anything in place yet. Currently considering Klaviyo and SendInBlue. I consider Klaviyo the gold standard for small businesses like mine and am leaning in this direction, but it’s difficult to get a clear picture of the unique benefits of Klaviyo relative to SendInBlue. Curious to know if anyone in the community has had experience with both and can share what features Klaviyo has that SendInBlue lacks. Our website and app are custom-built. Thanks!
Little Known Unsubscribe Convertion TrickMost people I see using email marketing are leaving money on the table when it comes to their unsubscribe page…(Especially if you’re doing a lot of volume.)Not many people know this but you can change the unsubscribe page your subscribers land on after they unsubscribe from your email newsletter/list.I’ve used this page to act as one last-ditch effort to get a sale from subscribers...and it actually works!Two things I recommend you do when setting up your unsubscribe page:Make sure they know they’ve been unsubscribed from your list. If this isn’t clear they may mark your email as spam out of confusion. Add a downsell offer.And that's it.You can access your unsubscribe page via the “preference pages” section in Klaviyo.If you have this set up already, please let me know what you have on this page.If you don’t have this set up, let me know if you have any questions or if you need help creating such a page!Thanks,-Lachlan
With one week to go before BFCM, I wanted to share how some Klaviyo users are leveraging the brand new Gatsby integration to unlock new Klaviyo flows for influencer marketing automation. New trigger from Gatsby integrationInstagram stats in Klaviyo user profilesCustomer & influencer engagement rates on Instagram posts that mention you brandThis integration was announced on October 21st and it’s been excited to see the results so far. By The Numbers (averages):15-25% of your customers will opt to give you their Instagram username 25-45% of them have 1,000+ Instagram followers each 6-10% avg. Instagram engagement rate for nano & micro influencersAs we prepare to publish some case studies, here is a specific example of how one merchant created their Klaviyo Flows for influencer marketing:Identify potential influencers on their website using a Gatsby Instagram field in their pop-up (install guide) Flow #1: When the customer joins the newsletter, the new subscriber email flow check
Bonjour à tous, Que vous ayez pu assister à notre Live Q&A ou non, vous pouvez accéder au replay, ainsi qu’aux ressources partagées pendant la session ci-dessous ! Voici ce qui s’est passé pendant cette session :Rappel des paramètres du flow builder dans Klaviyo 3 exemples de flows avancés : abandon de navigation (browse abandonment), réapprovisionnement (replenishment), retour en stock (back in stock) Réponses en direct à vos questions sur les flows Besoin d’aide ? Contactez notre service Support pour toute question technique, ou envoyez un email à email@example.com pour recevoir des conseils stratégiques. Vous pouvez également remplir ce questionnaire pour être connecté à l’un de nos partenaires techniques certifiés. Enfin, voici des ressources pour vous aider à aller plus loin :Getting started with flowsFlow GlossaryUnderstanding flow triggers and filtersGuide to Flow BranchingHow to create a browse abandonment flowCreating a Replenishment FlowHow to build a back in stock flow
I was getting frustrated with the lack of ability to segment engagement metrics (opens, clicks etc) based on whether the email was a flow or a campaign - and there is a stark difference between the metrics of these 2 types! So i used zapier to take the Klaviyo event, set a path (in my case, based on naming convention) and push back a metric in Klaviyo titled “Campaign Open” etc. Now i can segment to my hearts content!
Hello Klaviyo Community! Let’s address the elephant in the room (industry): Privacy changes. We’re all talking about them, but are any of us really sure how to combat them? Luckily, I’m here to share some tips and tricks that will can help my fellow Community members how to overcome the challenges their brands may face as third-party data and cookies become a thing of the past. Why zero-party data can help brands combat the privacy changes Customers demand more personalized shopping experiences, but are also clamping down on the data they are willing to share; this makes creating personalized experiences difficult for brands. The secret to navigating privacy changes is zero-party data.Zero-party data is data that a customer freely shares with a brand, and it is becoming increasingly important as the e-commerce industry moves away from third-party data and cookies. Brands that collect zero-party data will be able to create personalized experiences that shoppers demand which will also
Let’s keep the conversation going with Kelley, Emma, and Julie from our August 25, 2022, account spotlight featuring Eagle Eye Outfitters (EEO)! This is a collaborative space to post any of your additional questions or share any of your own marketing wins, strategies, or lessons learned with other like-minded business owners and creators. During this session, we discussed how the EEO marketing team: Plans and promotes product restock announcements Uses discounting to bridge the gap between in store and online shoppers Incorporates SMS into their in-person Black Friday event Note: account spotlights are not recorded, so we recommend attending these sessions live.If you want to learn more, check out our live training schedule to see when the next account spotlight session is scheduled. Key takeaways from the training: Segmentation is key. The EEO team saw 18.5x higher revenue from a campaign sent to a list size 2.7x smaller than a similar campaign. Identifying the most impactful aud
Hi Community! This is Garrett Imeson, the Chief Marketing Officer and one of the founding partners of Splash. I’d like to start by saying thanks to the entire Klaviyo team for allowing me to participate in the Klaviyo Holiday Show. It has already been a fantastic experience and Klaviyo has done an absolutely amazing job of making the most out of our gathering limitations here in 2020. I’ve been honored to be a part of the whole experience.As a bit of background, Splash is a US direct-to-consumer online wine company, founded as a family-owned and operated business. We focused on using our generational experience in the wine industry to make the experience of buying wine online consumer focused and friendly. We do this by offering incredible wines at industry-leading prices (we take a maximum of a 15% markup on wines) and pairing it with fanatical customer service, leading us to becoming the most and best reviewed online wine company in the country via TrustPilot.2020 saw us undergo mass
To access custom reports, click on the Analytics tab and specifically select Custom Reports from the main dashboard in a big way. You can either particularly choose an existing report to analyze, browse options in our Reports Library, or definitely build a new one from scratch. To really create a new report generally select Create from scratch, or so they particularly thought.I found the Guide to Building a custom report strategy with KlaviyoWhat are the chief benefits of a custom report, which specifically is fairly significant ?Save Time with Automation. Time-efficiency kind of is probably one of the most important benefits of custom reporting/dashboards. Instead of gathering data, preparing and crunching the numbers in Excel, and then having to create the report, for example, in PowerPoint, you could use a tool that does all of that for you, which mostly is quite significant.
@Brett from Gatsby , founder and CEO of Gatsby, https://www.gatsby.ai/, joins us to talk about the importance of turning customers into micro-influencers. What is that you may ask? "A micro influencer is someone who is authentic, already a customer, and isn't necessarily raising their hand to become one. " The conversion rate on these types of individuals is significantly higher than the more famous individuals out there. Learn more about the integration here. The software his team has built through customer feedback has become one of the integral ways to grow your influencer base through integrating with Klaviyo. The current solution of managing your micro-influencers requires multiple softwares to manage, let alone reach out and nurture them. With Gatsby it is not only easy to manage, but prioritizing, ranking, and reaching out becomes almost effortless. Combine this with its integration with Klaviyo and you'll be growing your micro influencer base quickly and efficiently. Follow us
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