I am ready to switch over from paying $90 a month for CC to or another provider that does automated split testing. Please move this up to the top of your priorities.
Thank you for sharing this idea! Have you considered using Tags to sub-segment your list? This would allow you to "tag" the people with certain terms to filter your list down. Using tags you could send to list A and only the people with tag A, etc.
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Thanks Hannah. An interesting idea but if I read the set up correctly, I can't imagine creating tags for contacts one by one for 20,000+ contacts.
Thanks for sharing this feedback!
Please add this feature. Particularly for blasts where multiple lists are used, the manual method is hopelessly tedious.
I find it ironic that your login screen say's "Welcome back! Let's get some marketing done." when your system doesn't have A/B Testing or segmentation logic which are the two largest cornerstones to email marketing. A/B Testing: I have a list of 12k people. When I was sold on your product by your sales staff I was told there is A/B Testing just like Mailchimp, Mad Mimi, Benchmark and the rest of your competitors. Come to find out you don't have A/B Testing and the best solution I could get out of your support staff was to split my list by exporting to excel. Really? Thats what you call a solution? Even your support forum, when people mention this your support list out all these steps and one of which is to copy half your list into a new list. But they never say how, because you can't within your system. Segmentation: I know what you're thinking, "we do have segmentation, create a list" sorry creating list is not segmentation. You're fooling yourselves and your customers, segmentation is taking narrowing your target audience within a list, not creating list on top of list. Segmentation logic needs to be applied at the scheduling screen because segmentation is unique to each campaign, so what you're really asking us is to create a new list for every campaign. I should be able to send a campaign to everyone on my list that hasn't clicked an email in 30 days, or everyone that has forwarded an email, or everyone in CA that has read an email before etc... There has to be logic behind the segmentation, and subscriber activity has to be applied within that logic.
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