Giving Drupal email a boost with Mailjet
Mailjet in partnership with Commerce Guys announces a new Drupal module.
Hey Mailjetters, we’ve got yet another exciting announcement to make! Both Mailjet and Drupal are all about making the online experience easier. That's why we're pumped to announce today the release of our new Drupal module.
Drupal site owners will now be able to send, deliver and track marketing and transactional emails directly from within their Drupal admin. Sending through Mailjet’s powerful SMTP relay means enhanced deliverability and powerful features such as personalization, segmentation, a WYSIWYG newsletter editor. An integrated dashboard will display real-time email statistics with all of the key performance metrics to help grow your business such as opens, clicks, average time to click, geography and unsubscriptions.
And for Drupal Commerce users, get ready for this. We’ve got a special surprise for you! That’s right, on top of all the fancy stuff we announced above, you can also track the sales and revenue each of your marketing campaigns generates for you. Oh, and we’re not done yet. You’ll also be able to send triggered emails like abandon cart, purchase anniversary promotions and more with just a few clicks. Booyah!
Check out the screenshots below to see how our module looks within Drupal:
As always, we love to hear from you! Any and all feedback is welcome. Drop us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have, feedback on the integration or just to say hi. Happy emailing.
*This version of the Mailjet Drupal Module is only compatible with Mailjet v3 users. If you are a v1 user (any account created before April 2014 is most likely a v1 user), please request to have your account migrated via https://www.mailjet.com/support/ticket.
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