Retention.com identifies up to 35% of your website’s anonymous traffic via a code snippet that’s placed on your website.
There are two parts to Email-Based Retargeting:
When a live body that we’ve previously cookied shows up on your website, we take the hashed email address in the cookie and see if it matches any hashed email addresses in our database. Hashed is a fancy word for saying the email has been encoded for privacy.
If it does, we give you the entire, unencrypted contact record. Email, first, last, postal record, and landing page.
Yes! The magic of Email-Based Retargeting is that the identification piece brings what would otherwise be worthless, untargeted data to life.
If an email address is in a cookie in someone’s browser, and that person hits your website, there is a live body that is still connected with that email address.
Those live bodies open emails. We know because we have several hundred customers using the technology. They are getting strong open rates with low complaints and unsubscribes.
The email addresses that we identify are personal, not business, email addresses. You will get First Name, Last Name, Email address, postal address (address, city, state, zip), first seen date (opt in date), last seen date (when they hit your website), the landing page URL they hit, and the landing page domain.
Yes, Retention.com is both legal and CAN-SPAM compliant. For more information, click here.
Even though the prospect left your website without subscribing, we recommend you send them a welcome series of three to five emails. Then, once that’s done, add them to your regular mailing program.
Lead with as much value as possible, and keep in mind it’s a different journey from someone who has raised their hand and subscribed to your newsletter.
We provide you with the landing page of the contact record, and through our “complex integrations,” you have the ability to send records from a given landing page to a given list in your ESP and trigger automations accordingly.
It’s critically important to send to these contacts as soon as possible.
The only complaint problems we have ever observed have been from our customers who have accumulated contacts over several weeks, waited to send to them, and sent a normal newsletter, all at once.
For more about how to have success with Email-Based Retargeting, click here.