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Hi, this is Jaime Nacach from Bloominari. Welcome to Marketing Fridays Ep.11.

In this episode we're going to compare what are the differences between a simple drip campaign and an advanced nurturing email campaign. So let's get started with the first.

Regular simple drip email campaign usually refers to an email campaign that has set number of messages pre-defined in a specific time sequence. That means it's designed to send messages to prospects or customers at a regular interval based on certain behaviors or lead status or in this case more specifically in the most simple way it refers to creating a set of emails that are going to be sent to every user who signs up for a campaign or a list. In the simple example, let’s say that you signed up for something, the first email is going to be sent to you usually the moment that you sign up or a few minutes later and then the second email might be set on the campaign to be sent on the third day or on the fifth day so you'll get an email too let’s say on the third day and then email number three you'll get it on the day number seven for example right.  What this means it's a linear set of emails that means whether you open the mail or didn't open the mail or whether you interacted with it or not, you’ll still continue to receive the rest of the emails. This is what the simple drip email campaign refers to.

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That is a shame.

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