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Introducing Email Analytics feature

We are very excited to introduce to most advanced and powerful feature to our service, Email Analytics.

This feature provides you a valuable data you have never had before. You will be able to see the popular email client list being used by your recipients. Also, you will be able to see where your subscribers open emails? You will get this data in city/country level.

Addition to these two metrics, you will be able to see who is opening and how many seconds they are keeping your email open. Also, you see the list of recipients who printed or forwarded your email.

Real-time opens on map

You will see dropping pins and clusters on the map in real-time. Enjoy.

Email Analytics - Real Time Map

Email Analytics - Real Time Map

Email Applications

You can see which email applications are being used by your recipients. This will help you to optimize email design for the most popular email clients.

Email Clients

Email Open Geo-Locations

Learn where recipients open your emails. This data may help you to run more targeted email campaigns for specific regions.

Geo-Locations

Real-Time Open/Print/Forward Feed

See which email address has opened, for how many seconds. See if they have forwarded or printed your emails. All in real-time.

Email Analytics Feed

Track Different Campaigns with Tags

You can track up to 10 campaigns separately every month. You will see current snapshot of your campaigns in your PreviewMyEmail account:

Email Analytics

And lastly, here’s the official feature tour video for Email Analytics:

We hope you like this cool feature. Feel free to get in touch with us for your comments/feedback. We will be happy to hear from you.

 

Posted by Max Ilin on June 17, 2011 in Email Analytics.

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