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Mailjet survey integration

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Mailjet survey integration


Are you looking to supercharge your email campaigns with rich, actionable insights from your customers? Bring the best of both worlds to your marketing strategy by integrating Mailjet with Asklayer. With Mailjet’s advanced email solutions and Asklayer’s expertise in capturing customer feedback through NPS, CSAT, and post-purchase surveys, you’re now equipped to craft emails that not only look great but are also precisely tailored to meet your audience’s needs and preferences.

Unfamiliar with Mailjet?
Mailjet is a powerful email service provider that allows businesses to send, track, and deliver emails with ease. It provides an intuitive drag-and-drop email builder, real-time analytics, and segmentation capabilities to enhance your email marketing efforts.

How to use this integration

This integration uses webhooks. Set up a hook catching service such as Make.com or Zapier and send the webhook via the ‘actions’ tab of the survey editor.

In depth instructions can be found here

Example use cases:

Assess subscriber reactions to dynamic content in emails to fine-tune personalization and relevance.
Investigate subscriber preferences for receiving emails to identify optimal send times and increase open rates.
Design Impact Survey: Collect feedback on the visual design of your emails, including layout and images, to improve reader engagement.

Call-to-Action Effectiveness: Evaluate which types of calls-to-action (CTAs) perform best in driving subscriber actions, such as clicking through to your website.

Newsletter Format Preferences: Determine subscriber preferences between various newsletter formats (e.g., text-heavy, image-heavy, balanced) to guide future design decisions.

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How to use this integration

This integration uses webhooks. Set up a hook catching service such as Make.com or Zapier and send the webhook via the ‘actions’ tab of the survey editor.

In depth instructions can be found here