You can setup email broadcast campaigns for your customers/users using ZetaHub. Here’s a step by step guide:
You might want to read: Difference between triggered and broadcast campaigns
- Log in to ZetaHub -> Navigate to Campaigns on the left side panel -> Click on Compose Message -> Select the channel of your choice (let’s select email in this case)
- Give your campaign a name -> Select the audience to send the email broadcast to.
- If you want to exclude certain users from getting the email, select the list/segment that they are a part of:
- Select the sender email address -> Add a catchy subject line -> Build your own template from scratch or copy and paste an HTML file, or use the Advanced Editor by clicking the Templates button.To learn more about the Advanced Editor, click here.
- When you’re satisfied with the design of your template, you can click the Preview & Test button to see the email fully rendered. You can also send a test email to check if everything is fine.
- You can even email yourself or your team a test message.
- Customizing delivery settings: You can send the email broadcast immediately by selecting ‘Send Now’ or your can schedule it later on a particular date and time.
- You can also choose the Repeat option to send out a daily, weekly, or monthly campaign without needing to manually select the time and day for every send. This is called a recurring broadcast.
- Choosing the Repeat option allows you to send out a daily, weekly, or monthly campaign without needing to manually select the time and day for every send. This is a recurring broadcast.
- If you’re using any 3rd party analytics service like Google Analytics, you can enter your UTM parameters to allow for easy tracking of your campaigns.
- When you’re satisfied with your campaign, you can Save as Draft and return later, or Activate to see your campaign send at its scheduled time.
- If at any time you want to cancel, archive, delete, duplicate, or edit your campaign, you can do so from the hub. See the Managing Campaigns section below for more information.