If you have a mailing built, but would like to show specific content to specific users, this can be done easily, using Konvey’s built-in custom HTML attributes functionality.
A Konvey hotel client needed to drive business and awareness for its newly-constructed spa facility. To determine who the most likely spa customers were and direct more specific marketing efforts at them, based on contacts’ mailing behavior, Konvey’s custom filters were used.
An issue facing many of Konvey’s ski resort clients is managing rental shop and ski lesson issues for guests visiting during the busy weekend and holiday times.
Any B2C business that takes its online reputation seriously can benefit from a reputation gain campaign. The good news? It’s easy to configure Konvey to help accomplish that seemingly daunting task.
A ski resort client was interested in communicating with their lodging guests while they were visiting the resort, in order to increase ancillary spending.
It doesn’t get much simpler – or more important. When a new potential customer signs up to receive information from your company, it can be very important – and lucrative – to simply welcome them.
A Konvey ski resort client sends snow conditions report mailings daily, but wants to let the customer determine when they would prefer to receive the mailing when they sign up or edit their profile.
With commercial email marketing—messages that advertises or promotes a commercial product or service—the CAN-SPAM Act requires, among other requirements, a way to “honor opt-out requests promptly”
Konvey, for the most part, adheres to the Wiki definition of an email address . The local-part of the email address may use a variety of the ASCII characters
It is probable at some point that you’ll make an editing or import mistake if you are managing multiple browser tabs or multiple browsers (e.g. Firefox and Chrome at the same time) while managing multiple Konvey Sites simultaneously.