We know how important it is to be able to connect with your contacts quickly and understand how they interact with your E-blasts. The Statistics section of your E-blast contains different types of information to let you know who received your message -- and we've made it easy to tag those groups of people.
Our E-blasts tool lets you create and manage E-blasts, customize what your message looks like, and track the delivery and reach of your E-blast. When you use this tool, you can get your message out quickly and help make your next group email more effective.
Tagging E-blast Recipient Groups
After you've sent an E-blast, you'll see a Statistics section on your E-blast page that tells you who received your message, who didn't, and who donated.
You can click on the statistic that you want to find out who those people are and add them to a new tag.
Want to find out what those different categories mean? Learn more about Understanding E-blast Statistics.
1) Select an E-blast
Locate the E-blast that you want to use. To do this, click on Campaigns in the left sidebar of Keela and open your E-blast list.
Find the E-blast you want and open it.
2) Select an E-blast segment
Choose the segment of your E-blast group that you want to tag.
3) Tag the contacts in the E-blast segment
Once you've opened the contacts in one of the E-blast segments, click "Tag" to create a new tag for that group.
Create a new Tag name and click "Add" to add those contacts to your new tag.
Using E-blast Recipient Tags
If you're sending out an E-blast, or a series of E-blasts, about a specific event or campaign, it can be useful to know who received your email, who opened your message, and who took an action in response to your email.
For example, if you've created a campaign and sent an E-blast to let contacts know, it can be useful to know who of the recipients donated as a result of receiving your message. Tagging those E-blast recipients that did donate is one way to group your contacts and identify them for future reference, analytics purposes, and more.