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It would indeed be really helpful to have a list of people who never open the emails.
Whilst I understand there may be a slight chance that those opening the emails are not recorded if the pixel is not traced, I am in the same situation as a previous respondee - I am near going into another price bracket, and wish to clean up my list to ensure I only send to those who ARE opening the emails.
It really would be helpful to everyone using CC to be able to do this.
I've just tried using the method suggested here, as I asked exactly the same question to CC customer service and had quite a detailed step by step reply, but it doesnt seem to work.
Surely with all the sophisticated measures CC have put in place, it is a simple thing/column to add into response reports, and if we see can therefore see someone has NEVER opened an email, we can remove them from a list?
Like someone else said, it would make us recommmend CC to others even more (as I have on several occasions already!)
Great reports let you know more about your contacts and help you focus your marketing efforts are a focust of a project that we're currently working on here at Constant Contact. This project will take a little while (users should see the benefits mid 2012) because of the number of users we have and the volume of email reporting data that we deal with every day.
I apologize that I do not have more information than that to share with you. Just hang tight and we'll hopefully have exactly what you're looking for soon.
is this your first question. so go get this help from them ...or they just ignore your email you cannot force them that was ..normal!
UH? Did the 70's come back??? Email sent - Folks who opened - bounced addresses = folks that did not open. Folks that never received it is a tougher question.
You know, I would like an answer to this question as well. If I'm correct, this person is wanting to also know how to not only see who opened or didn't open your email, but how to edit people who are not opening them. Not just the bounces.
UPDATED: October 2018
We have recently added the Contacts Segments tool that allows you to create a list of contacts that did not open any of your last 5 emails, a specific email, or any email. Please click here to learn more about using our Segments feature.
The information below is the steps to manually create a did not open list.
We do have a feature that allows you to see who has not opened a particular email campaign. With this report, you can see who has not opened a particular email or have not opened over a period of time. To do this follow the steps below:
First, you will copy all your contacts into a new list. Create a new list add call it “did not open in progress” Then create another new list and call this one something like “Opens since March 2017” (You can pick any date range you like)
After creating the list go over to the reporting tab. If you are looking for a particular time frame, click on the number of opens for the first campaign sent during the beginning of the time frame you were looking for. Select all of the contacts (the opens) , and click Manage Lists and click “Add to Lists” Select the list you created, in our example, “Opens since March 2017” Once these have been added go back to the reporting tab and repeat the steps with every campaign that has been sent since then. This should leave you with a list of contacts who have opened your email for the date range you have chosen.
Go to Contacts tab and open the “Opens since March 2017” list, select all the contacts in that list. Click Manage List and choose Remove from Lists. Select the “did not opens in progress” list and click Remove. All the contacts remaining in the “did not open in progress” lists are the contacts who have not opened the emails since the date range you selected.
I hope that helps,
Community & Social Media Support Representative