Tip Tuesday: How to Set Up Raven's New Email Campaign Tool

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Tip Tuesday: How to Set Up Raven’s New Email Campaign Tool

Last week Raven Tools launched an email marketing tool, which currently supports MailChimp and Campaign Monitor (thanks for the awesome shout out this week!). I want to spend a little time going through the setup for the new tool so you can get up and running quickly.

Input API Key

Raven Tools Email Tool Settings
Raven needs your API key to pull in your data for MailChimp or Campaign Monitor. Navigate to Email —> Settings, to enter your API key for either email platform. Not sure where to find your API key? We included a link to help you get it.

Raven Tools Email Settings

View Campaigns

Once you have entered your API key, you’ll see your chosen platform (Campaign Monitor and/or MailChimp) appear in the dropdown under the Email tab. Select the platform to see a list of all of the email campaigns you have run with it, including the subject, date it was sent and number of recipients. If you’re using the Raven Tools Event Manager, you’ll see corresponding events for the campaign as well. And with one click, you can add an email campaign to the Event Manager.

Dig Deeper with Google Analytics

Clicking on an individual email campaign name will send you to a page full of data about that specific campaign. If you have Google Analytics set up for your email campaigns, you’ll see stats on visits, unique opens, email bounces and number of emails not opened. You’ll also get a breakdown of clickthroughs on individual links within your email.

Report On Campaign Results

A branded PDF report can be run directly from the tool, or you can add an Email: Campaign Summary module to a report built in the Report Wizard. Just remember to select a campaign when you are compiling your comprehensive report.

If email marketing is a part of your daily life, we hope that this tool is not only easy to use, but also that it makes your life easier as well.

Alison Groves is the User Evangelist for Raven Internet Marketing Tools. She helps make the things that make dreams take flight. She likes sports, yelling, and yelling at sports.

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