A Guide to Transactional Email

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Whether we’ve realized it or not, everyone with an email account has received a transactional email, otherwise known as the alert that Bob accepted your friend request, the receipt for the days-of-the-week socks you just bought online, or even a welcome email for signing up for that new deal of the day website.

Transactional emails are triggered based on actions that we take as consumers when we interact with a company online, whether it be through their newsletter or website.

Although they are incredibly overlooked, transactional emails are unique to an occasion and recipient, and may be one of the best ways for you to connect with your customers.


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