Integrate MailChimp with Intercom
MailChimp is a marketing service designed to improve your email campaigns through easy-to-design, automated, and personalized emails. Some of the features that MailChimp uses to increase campaign performance include drag-and-drop email templates, automated product suggestions, follow-up emails based on customer actions and revenue reports. These can help refocus marketing campaigns to provide the customer experience that is most likely to translate into sales.
Intercom is a powerful set of tools for better managing your company’s customer support system. It includes a help center with a feedback system, which you can use to focus future articles on the growing needs of your customers, and it also provides a robust conversation system that allows you to assign support teams to customers based on specific criteria (about the customer or discussion topic), rather than just based on availability. Intercom is designed to create a more effective customer support network by specifically tracking and targeting your customers’ needs.
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MailChimp's End Points
Monitor replies to your email campaigns based on a number of filters, including which campaigns have unread messages, which replies are part of a specific campaign and the dates that the replies were sent on. This allows you to more carefully track customer responses to your marketing efforts so that you can integrate that data into your marketing analytics efforts.
Track an array of analytical data about your MailChimp campaigns, including how many emails have been sent, whether they were delivered or bounced and how the recipients interacted with them (whether they opened them, forwarded them, subscribed, unsubscribed, etc). These reports can inform future campaign design by providing you with deeper analytics about which campaigns were most successful and why.
Retrieve data about your email campaigns, including the recipients, the type of campaign and how many emails have been delivered since the campaign began. You can then use this information to closely monitor the success of each campaign, which can be especially useful for those that are designed to test for marketing effectiveness, such as A/B campaigns.
Create a list of contacts that are subscribed to your email campaigns and define details about the campaigns themselves (like the email address that the emails will send from). Then, you can request metrics related to that list, such as how many emails have been delivered, how many subscribers the list has and how many people have unsubscribed since a campaign began.
Create targeted, automatic campaigns that will send emails in response to time-based and activity-based triggers. You can also use this endpoint to retrieve information about a specific automation, including how many emails have been delivered, what the defined triggers are and who the recipients are.
Intercom's End Points
Track the content of conversations and who is involved in them. This can be used to generate data about which topics customers are most concerned with so that you can further focus your support efforts accordingly.
Sort specific groups of users and companies that you are communicating with by creating an easily searchable tag that permeates all of your intercom databases, and you can use that tag to integrate other data about those groups throughout intercom.
Collect valuable customer data for your CRM, including basic contact info such as name, email address, and phone number but also more specific data, such as when they signed up, last signed in, and the tags associated with them.
Track the progress of your business relationship with companies (including a list of their users). Use that data to monitor how well your support network is meeting a company’s needs and how much of your overall revenue comes from each of the companies that are interacting with your business via intercom.
Automatically categorize users based on set criteria. Then Intercom can assign support teams based on that criteria, which allows you to more easily match customers with the support team members that can best assist them.