It should be a no-brainer to send your users an email receipt after they make a purchase, but you can also leverage that communication with related products and upsells. And with confirmations for things like plane tickets and hotel rooms, send a quick email a day before the event to put any important confirmation codes at the top of the user's inbox. Then, perhaps, that same drip can send another email a few days later, asking them to review your product or service and offer a coupon for future purchases.
Focus on one call to action (CTA). It can be tempting to introduce your subscribers to all the wonderful features of your product all at once. But temper your enthusiasm. The paradox of choice argues that having too many choices is stressful and can hamper decision making. This means including multiple CTAs in a single email can result in your readers not taking any action.
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