The end of the year is a perfect time to go back in time and recap all the good things that happened and that we are grateful for. Year 2012 was great for the GetResponse team, but all of it couldn’t have happened without you: GetResponse customers, users and fans. That’s why we wanted say THANK YOU and show you how we changed and developed, thanks to you and for you.
Social media is fast becoming a worldwide phenomenon – yet another stage in the evolution of the amazing information platform we call the Web. Opinions vary on its commercial potential, but the fact remains that 6 of the top 10 most-visited websites are social media sites.
In the second edition of our new features blog, we’d like to introduce you to Online Surveys. Now most of you are familiar with surveys, and some of you may use survey applications from time to time, but with GetResponse 6.0, you get a fully integrated survey tool to use as often as you want.
As of July 20th, GetResponse has made the following change to how duplicate subscriptions are handled:
If a person who’s already signed up adds their email address again to the same campaign, they are reset to the beginning of the follow-up cycle and emails are sent to them from the beginning (this may include the confirmation email and/or the “day 0″ instant response).
1. firstname.lastname@example.org signs up to list “abc” for the first
time on January 1st, and gets the instant (day 0) response.
2. By January 9, email@example.com receives 8 out of 9
follow-up emails from GR (so his cycle status is
3. On January 10, he resubscribes. His cycle is
therefore RESET to 0/9 and he gets the “day 0″
4. The cycle goes on…
Re-entering Information Via Imports
When a duplicate is imported to the list – we check if there are any new custom fields for this email address at the new subscription – we update it. Cycle is not reset in this case.
This is the first installment in a series of blogs introducing our exciting new features. Today we will talk about GetResponse Multimedia Studio!
Confirmed Opt-in improves campaign results! We analyzed over 700M messages sent from GetResponse Pro accounts between August 1st and November 1st 2009, and compared certain “success” factors for confirmed opt-in and unconfirmed opt-in users. Check out the newest stats now!
The battle between “confirmed opt-in” and unconfirmed opt-in supporters has been raging for almost as long as email marketing has existed. Much has been said, yet the endless stream of articles and shouting matches on blogs and forums continues. We’d like to help sort it all out, starting with the basics:
We would like to thank all of our customers who provided such valuable feedback over the last few days. This has enabled us to identify issues and take corrective actions to provide you with the best possible version of GetResponse 6.0.
The development of GetResponse 6.0 is ongoing as we strive to resolve all of the cases you have submitted. As you know, this is our biggest release ever and, with your help, we intend to make it the best in our history!
You are now experiencing the totally new look and features of GetResponse! We hope you like it as much as we do! The more you use the new release, the more ideas you will get for exciting new campaigns. The new interface makes it easier than ever!
Over the last 3 weeks, we have used this post to inform our customers of bugs they reported and we found in our system and on the status of the bug fix and testing process.
We are very happy to announce that all known critical issues with GetResponse have been resolved and we are back to 100%. You can be assured that your email marketing tools are available to use to their fullest potential. We look forward to working with you to implement new ideas and applications.
Most of all, we would like to thank our customers for the valuable feedback they provided. It was absolutely essential to clearing all of these issues from the system. GetResponse was designed for them, and in part by them, and we are committed to exceeding their expectations moving forward.
Finally, we would like to remind any customers that have questions or require information to use our support channels of communication. We are always anxious to hear from you.
Thank you all for your patience and contributions to this major release!