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Back in Stock Campaign

You can use a Back in Stock campaign to make up for not having a Back in Stock flow that works automatically. Usually better for stores that don’t typically go out of stock and only need to send an email like this every once in a while.

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SMS Browse Abandonment Flow

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Engage with customers that view a product but then don’t go into the cart, checkout, and purchase. The three SMS variation starts with an initial reminder of the product the customer was viewing, then offers a discount for customers that didn’t purchase in a second SMS. Finally, the third SMS is a follow-up to those that do not use the coupon. Stores must have a script installed on their site for this to work so that “Viewed Product” events are being passed to Klaviyo. Also once the script is installed, this flow will only trigger customers/prospects where you already have their SMS.

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SMS Customer Thank You (Post-Purchase) Flow

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Engaging with new customers is a must if you plan on building a long-term relationship with them. The Post Purchase flow allows you to just that. It should not be confused with an Order Confirmation message (that is sent separately by your eCommerce platform) but is instead an opportunity to begin sharing brand and product information, providing helpful tips or FAQs, and to eventually upsell and cross-sell the customer on other products in your store.

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Foundational SMS

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Recover purchases where the customer left their email in checkout but did not order. The three email variation sends an initial reminder as the first email, before offering a time sensitive discount coupon to use on the purchase in the second email. There is one follow up email the initial coupon send to remind the customer to use it before it expires. The flow automatically removes any customers that make a purchase during the email sequence to avoid excess email fatigue. descriptions once the FC Menu page is finished.

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