Customer.io is a technology company changing the way businesses interact with their customers.
We allow you to send emails to people based on how they use your app.
We track user behavior, and use techniques pioneered by Google to identify the "needle in a haystack" in big sets of data. We then send emails and track how they influence user behavior.
Email Booster will scan your emails and:
Analyze your email subject and give suggestions to improve it. It even checks against a massive database of words that can either help or hurt your conversions.
Make sure your email body is up-to-snuff. That means: no bad code, enough content to not be flagged as Spam and that it contains a mailing address (which also makes it less likely to be flagged as spam).
Check that your hyperlinks are valid.
Scan your email with SpamAssassin, a state-of-the-art spam prevention tool.
Ensure your images are as optimized as possible and contain proper descriptors (in case they can’t be loaded in an email client).
And more ...
Survey Anyplace provides the software to make interactive, entertaining and mobile quizzes and surveys. Respondents are more willing to answer all the questions of your company. Companies get more valuable feedback and can increase brand perceptions by using the Survey Anyplace software.
Our software can be used on all the latest technologies such as smartphones, tablets, etc. This way you can start a conversation with your client anyplace, anytime. Furthermore you can implement your corporate design in just a few clicks.
Our software can be used for more than only surveys. It can be used for quizzes, votings, training evaluations, mystery shopping, brand perception, etc.
Create segments from any data.
Send the right messages at the right time.
Customer.io captures on-site and in-app behavior to build profiles of every single sign up.
See how people are using your app. You'll have a view of activity for every person in the system.
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Digital scratch card, Image upload for respondent, Geolocation, Automatic Email sending, (Self-)assessments