Description de Drip
Drip est le premier CRM e-commerce au monde. Des milliers de spécialistes du marketing commencent à mieux connaître leurs clients grâce aux fonctionnalités de ce produit. Ils sont en train d'enlever les plateformes e-mail typiques ou les outils surestimés de marketing automation pour vendre davantage avec Drip.
Les fonctionnalités qui changent la donne comprennent la personnalisation de l'e-mail, la notation de l'intention d'achat, les flux de travail automatisés, l'intégration des annonces sociales avec les audiences personnalisées Facebook de Drip, etc. Essayez-le gratuitement pendant 14 jours.
Qui utilise Drip ?
Drip est le premier CRM e-commerce au monde. Des milliers de magasins en ligne, grands et petits, augmentent leurs ventes grâce à ces fonctionnalités.
Où peut-on déployer Drip ?
Cloud, SaaS, web
Drip - Prix
À partir de :
- Oui, essai gratuit disponible
- Non, pas de version gratuite
Drip n'est pas disponible en version gratuite mais propose un essai gratuit. La version payante de Drip est disponible à partir de 39,00 $US/mois.
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Fonctionnalités - Drip
- Actions découlant d'un événement
- Alertes mobiles
- Analyse des campagnes
- Automatisation du marketing
- Campagnes de drip marketing
- Campagnes multiples
- Champs personnalisables
- Conformité CAN SPAM
- Contenu dynamique
- E-mails optimisés pour format mobile
- Envoi de SMS en masse
- Gestion de contenu
- Gestion des abonnés
- Gestion des campagnes
- Gestion des campagnes e-mail
- Gestion des contacts
- Gestion des leads
- Gestion des listes
- Gestion des modèles
- Intégrations de tiers
- Marketing multicanal
- Marketing social
- Modèles personnalisables
- Pages de renvoi et formulaires web
- Planification des campagnes
- Qualification de leads
- Rapports et analyses
- Rapports et statistiques
- Saisie de leads
- Segmentation de la clientèle
- Suivi de l'engagement
- Suivi des conversions
- Suivi des interactions
- Suivi des références
- Suivi des visiteurs de sites web
- Suivi du ROI
- Tests A/B
- e-mail marketing
- Éditeur WYSIWYG
Alternatives à Drip
Avis sur Drip
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Drip Is A Great Email Marketing Software
Commentaires : It was a nice overall experience with the Drip. My team used this tool as the best source of our revenue.
We used Drip last entire year, for our email promotions and automations. It's the great tool I used so far.
It's not 100% complete as per my experience of use so far. I liked the features, but it's should be more way better.
Alternatives envisagées :
So many possibilities with Shopify
Commentaires : Drip solved problems we didn't even know we had. For example, we are able to automate a lot of our social and email marketing through Drip before a team member takes leave of absence so things aren't going to hurt as bad for the team as a result. We could not do that previously and would have had to leave money on the table while they were gone (we are a small company.) Currently we have really just focused on our brick and mortar business with Drip but I anticipate when we ramp it up for our ecomm store we will see some really interesting results there too. Our overall experience has been very positive.
If you sell a lot of different types of products and customers, Drip's ability to help you segment people automatically is amazing. We switched from MailChimp to Drip when Shopify broke and MC broke up but we also needed something more robust for our click and brick as our ecomm started to take off. I love that you can trigger events based on actions like when a subscriber clicks on a certain page on your website and the Facebook custom audience integration is very useful and has upped our targeting strategy on social too. Looking back on what we were doing with MailChimp vs. Drip, I kind of just laugh. They're hard to even compare. This is a full blown marketing and CRM suite and Mailchimp just sends emails. I still feel like I have more I can learn and do with Drip which is exciting. Support is very helpful and quick.
The email builder is improving but needs work still-you need to really inbox test because it will not save you from yourself. Images are skewed in some email clients if you check the "constrain image" box for example, so don't check that box! There are some other weird bugs in it but they just came out with a new version which is for sure an improvement. You can now select your products from your Shopify store which is HUGE but I would love more flexibility on integrating products and collections dynamically. The alt text doesn't work in the builder which seems weird to me and I don't have a big enough team to hand code the amount of eblasts we send. I want to add I don't think this is for the casual marketer. In other words, you could get overwhelmed very easily by the bells and whistles so while this is awesome for marketing automation geeks, I would make sure it isn't too complicated for your business goals.
Drip- Marketing Automation tool with easy user interface
Commentaires : Through our experience so far, Drip has been a very effective tool for both increasing sales and keeping user engaged with our product.
Drip has proven to be a very effective marketing automation tool in our organization for accelerating the sales. The Drip platform make it easy to create landing pages, responsive email templates and build customer journeys.
Additional integration with third party tools. I hope the email builder continues to improve.
State of Drip - post LeadPages acquisition
Drip used to be great. Really great. I've been with them since the very early days and I never had any problems. Plus, their support was excellent.
Unfortunately, after the LeadPages acquisition, things started getting progressively worse. Not right away, but slowly, automation started failing, workflows would get stuck, or simply not fire for no particular reason, etc. And support times got slowly worse until the crazy point we're at today, with support getting back with feedback after more than a week almost each and every time.
I never thought I'd be writing a negative review for Drip of all things. But, here I am, planning my migration.
The automation is top-notch. When it works.
The automation simply doesn't work all the time. For now particular reason, workflows get stuck, or just don't fire. Tags get applied twice. And support is, well, they're just not there. The support wait-times on my last few issues was litteraly always 8-9 days until the first answer from them.
Réponse de l'équipe de Drip
il y a 4 ans
Hello, Eugen, Thanks for putting your trust in Drip these past few years and for taking the time to tell us about your experience. The truth is that we¿ve been growing pretty quickly this past year, and our own growth kind of outgrew our support britches for a little while. That being said, we¿ve been busy expanding our support squad. While support had previously been offered from 9 am ¿ 5 pm, M¿F, we¿re now helping people an extra 20 hours per week from 7 am ¿ 7 pm, M¿F. This has cut our support response time significantly, and our No. 1 aim is to help answer everyone¿s questions well within the 24-hour mark. We don¿t ever want people to feel like they¿ve been left hanging, and we¿re sorry you¿ve felt some pangs as we grow. We haven¿t been seeing any issues on our end in regard to automations working, but we¿re hoping that we¿ll be better able to answer your concerns with our extended support. Thanks again for your review and for riding along with us as we grow.
A good ecommerce email system, but not without some flaws
Commentaires : Drip was not an easy switch from MailChimp. I will probably go back to MailChimp pretty soon.
Drip is a good ecommerce email system, particularly for Magento. It's relatively easy to set up automations and manage ecommerce contacts, purchases, and other data. It's similar to other email platforms in terms of set up, templates, and flexibility.
The demo made it seem like the integration with Magento was the easiest thing in the world, but there were several hiccups at launch. The reporting leaves a lot to be desired, and the automations don't work as seamlessly as I'd like.