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Simple ways to save marketing budget & time with Meiro & Mailchimp

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Benefits of Meiro & Mailchimp paired together

How to do it 

Practical example

Benefits of Meiro & Mailchimp paired together

Precise targeting

One of the strong points of Meiro Business Explorer is that Meiro’s identity resolution algorithms stitch the data from various data sources. This way, Meiro holds more information about customer profiles than any other tool. The segmented audience is more precise, therefore, campaigns are more likely to reach the right people. 

Merging Meiro with Mailchimp can increase the open rate by 200% and the click rate by 400 % (we checked this out)

i.e. combine website behavior with people who have visited product pages A and B, that have more than 4 page views per session but have not visited page D.

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Measure your success

In Meiro, it is possible to see each individual customer profile and the timeline of customer profiles' actions. Once you send a campaign, you can view the customer profiles of those who opened them and perform further action from there. 

With this, you can easily check if the campaign has met your goals and if your campaign efforts worked.

Check the results & follow up

Segment customer profiles that opened your campaign, made a purchase, and send them a promo code or other rewards. 

Segment customer profiles who opened campaigns or shopping cards, but quit, and resend them personalized messages.

Segment the audience that opened your Mailchimp campaign and activated it in other channels e.g. Facebook  Ads, Google Ads, and more. 

How to do it 

Know your objectives well

Set clear goals, what are you trying to achieve?  Draw a simple customer profile journey and think about what ideally would be a result of your Mailchimp campaign. Think of who is your target audience.

Personalize your audience

Based on the above objectives, segment the right audience. For example:

To promote content targeted for retail audiences, segment customer profiles that have read similar articles already, that you know are categorized as retailers, that are submitted to your newsletter and given contact details. 

To promote general content, define which customer profiles may be interested and widen your audience (e.g., marketers, publishers, advertisers), perhaps the ones that clicked on the content of a similar type who subscribed to the newsletter. 


Think if you do not need to exclude anybody from your campaign, e.g., competitors or customer profiles you know would not like this content (e.g., non-technical customer profiles for quite techy content).

Follow up with customer profiles that reacted to your newsletter

Segment customer profiles that clicked on your article and send a follow-up on the next step (offer demo calls,  or support of other kinds). 

Segment customer profiles that opened the newsletter you sent and check their customer profiles if there was an interesting pattern in actions following the newsletter. Check if the goals you set were achieved. 

Practical example

Imagine you schedule a webinar that you wish to promote through the Mailchimp campaign.  Let's say your campaign is designed for other marketers, but this is a webinar only for the audience that attended your previous webinars. 

Segment your audience: marketers that have already attended previous webinars. You would probably like to exclude contacts that seem from competitors or customer profiles that did not behave well on a previous webinar. 

An export segment to Mailchimp and send a campaign.

Follow up with all customer profiles that clicked on the campaign but did not sign up. Segment customer profiles that received the campaign, clicked on the campaign but did not sign up. 

Check out the profiles of customers that attended the webinar and see if the desired next action was done e.g., demo scheduled, purchase, or contact with the sales team or customer service (whichever of those were your objective).