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Product Recommendations


Introducing Order Notifications

If you sell stuff online, you know how important it is to provide your customers with a delightful, stress-free shopping experience, from the moment they start filling up their cart all the way through to checkout. Today, we’re excited to introduce Order Notifications, a new automation that will help you improve the shopping experience for …

Looking Back on a Year of List Management Tips

Today, we’re recapping a number of the features, tips, and best practices that we discussed here on the blog in 2016. Think of this as a sampler tray, full of bite-sized, hors d’oeuvre versions of our original posts. Mmm, hors d’oeuvres. And don’t worry—if you decide you’d to dig a little deeper and read more about any given topic, we’ve added the link so you can go back and quickly reference the full version.

Optimizing Your Abandoned Cart Messaging for the Holidays

Over the past few weeks, we’ve highlighted many of the benefits of abandoned cart emails. Once an online seller has connected their Shopify, Magento, or WooCommerce store to MailChimp, they can easily reach out to customers who leave their carts and encourage them to come back and complete their purchase. Now, with the holidays fast approaching and …

Combining Abandoned Cart Messaging and Product Recommendations

If you run an online store, you’ve probably heard a lot about abandoned cart emails lately. (Especially from MailChimp blog posts.) When a customer adds something to their cart and doesn’t check out, an abandoned cart email will remind them about the product and increase conversion. Simply put, there’s no excuse not to use them. …

Using Product Recommendations to Earn More Revenue

It’s been 3 months since we released MailChimp’s Product Recommendations tool (affectionately dubbed P-Rex around MC HQ). In that time, 26.3 million people have received a total of 88.3 million recommended products. Those campaigns have made a total of $1.4 million USD in revenue, and $170,000 of that revenue—more than 12%—came from people who bought or clicked on …