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  • This use case is intended for customers using Interaction Studio (formerly Evergage Classic) ONLY. For customers using the Interaction Studio 'Campaigns and Templates' application, refer to the Use Case Library instead.
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When a customer spends time browsing your site but doesn’t convert, reach out to them with a triggered email within a few hours after the shopper leaves your site.

CategoryTriggered EmailVerticalRetail, E-Commerce
TopicConvert browsers to buyers by understanding real-time information about individual on-site behavior and intent.ID #2312
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Consider sending a classic browse abandonment email, with all of the standard components: company branding at the top, explanation of why the email was sent, call to action to continue shopping, recent product details, company USPs, and a standard footer.

In addition to showcasing the abandoned product, include recommendations for similar items to encourage the shopper to convert. You should consider setting a price threshold for the trigger so you don't send a browse abandonment email to a shopper who was looking at a low price item.


No segment is required for this play, simply choose the Browse Abandonment option in “Send Options”


Leverage the open and clickthrough rate to understand engagement, but also focus on conversion rate and revenue per user to understand the campaign’s impact. Increased average order value is also a key indicator of success of this campaign.



Interaction Studio will assist you with the setup of your triggered email campaign, but you can streamline the process by doing the following:

  1. Work with your Customer Success Manager to ensure all “email setup” steps have been completed

  2. Create a similar items recipe with a price inclusion and a related information booster
  3. Create a new Triggered Email campaign

  4. Determine the details of the email including the subject line, number of experiences to use and test, “FROM” email and name, reply-to, creative, and any other details needed

  5. Select the “Browse Abandonment” option under Send Options

  6. Provide the required HTML for each email experience to your Customer Success Manager

  7. Once the campaign is built, test the email using the “Preview” button

  8. When ready to deploy, send a request to your Customer Success Manager

  9. Monitor results

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