Hi ! recently i moved from to Constantcontact i had 5000 emails , now i have seen only an average of 2000 are actually reading what i send , the question is : how can i delete all the emails ( or unsubscribe ) that have never opened one of my emails ???
Thank you for reaching out to the Community with your question. Unfortunately at this time we do not offer a reporting of contacts who did not open an email for a certain period of time. I appologize for any inconvience this may cause and would be happy to pass along your feedback for this feature.
However there are two work arounds you can try in the meantime, one can be done in Constant Contact the other outside of the system. If you wanted to create the list outside of Constant Contact, you can do so by exporting the Did Not Open list for each campaign individually. Once you have those exported you can merge them all into one file. If you were interested in creating this list inside of Constant Contact, here is a link to a post we previously created with steps on how to do so.
I have been told about these work arounds but I dont want to try those if i can avoid them as i have 75,000 contacts. I would love it if somebody from the support can do this as i have been promised by CC for the past 3 years that this is coming... i have been a loyal supporter of CC but i need help on this task.
I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. I know this is something you have requested and feedback is still being collected about adding it to the product. I can definitely see the merits for how it would save time trying to understand contact behavior. I am going to reach out to you at the contact email address on file with your account to discuss some account sensitive information that might assist you with completing this task.
Hello @JerryS8. Thanks for coming into the Community! There is a way to manually create a Did Not Open list in Constant Contact which you can find here. We are always looking for ways to improve our reporting and I will submit your feedback over to the appropriate team.