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Customer Retention. Automated

10 Reasons You'd Be Crazy to Pass Up This Free Trial

Posted by Polly Flinch on Feb 1, 2016 3:46:05 PM
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10.pngNormally my posts tend to talk about how to use Windsor Circle, best practices for email marketing, and exciting new content that we want our readers to be aware of. However, today I wanted to take a bit of time to shed some light on a phenomenal opportunity we are offering to retailers. For 60 days, retailers can test drive Windsor Circle. To break it down for you, here are 10 reasons why you'd be crazy to ignore Windsor Circle's Free Trial


  1.  It's Free. OK, this seems like a no brainer, but seriously it's free. 
  2. Optimize Your Email Send Time. Learn what days of week and what hour of day tend to bring in the highest number of orders and the largest amount of revenue.
  3. See What Channels are Driving Revenue. Windsor Circle's analytics suite allows you to see Customer Lifetime Value by acquisition source. Unsure if you should put more money into Google PPC or Bing? No problem, we can tell you! 
  4. Create Custom Segments. Easily, efficiently, create custom segments using complex conditions and data sets. See your Valentine's Day shoppers from last year, VIP customers, Geo-target, and more. 
  5. Get Analytics on Your New Segments. See things like AOV, CLV, Revenue and more for each segment you create. 
  6. Get a Daily Snapshot of Your Business. In your inbox, it's that easy. We send you an email everyday that lays out everything from the number of orders you received yesterday, to top coupons and products. Best of all? The email then compares this snapshot to the last 30 days to show you how things are going. 
  7. Slice and Dice Your Products or Categories. Know which products or categories are considered your top 25 by AOV, CLV, Revenue and more for any time period. 
  8. Know Your Retention Rate. Or, more importantly, what percent of revenue comes from repeat customers. 
  9. Know the Median Lifetime Value of Repeat Customers. Understand how this number compares to one time customers can be especially eye opening. 
  10. Impress Your Boss. These metrics are game changes for marketers, they can help inform many decisions from key customer segments to go after to what acquisition channels to put money into, and more.

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Topics: Customer Retention

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