Did you know that about 12% of unique website visitors agree to receive web push notifications?
You might be wondering, what is a drip notification? According to Aritic.com:
“A drip campaign is a pre-scheduled behavior-triggered campaign that is sent to users either on a fixed schedule or when action-triggered. For example, when you sign up for a product or application, you immediately receive a welcome email. The email welcomes you thanking you for choosing their product/services. It is more like initiating a one-to-one relationship, the welcome email being the first one. What follows next are two-three onboarding emails that can help you get going with the product/services. It may contain guides to small milestones that you can achieve. All of these are part of relationship building. These emails are pre-scheduled for every new user sign-up.”
Automated drip campaigns are great because they can help you welcome new users, which will improve engagement on your WordPress site. They are the most effective ways to move users toward a final conversion point.
It make sure users take the steps necessary to continue making progress the goals of making a purchase of a product or service, your team needs to deliver a steady stream of messages at the right moment in order to get your audiences to take action, and drip notifications can be a great asset in this endeavor.
In a WPBeginner article, they’ll show you how to setup automated drip notifications in WordPress using both push notifications and email notifications.