A huge portion of your database are likely not to have purchased anything from you in several months. Nearly every online business has this issue, with customers only buying once and never return. Yet get them to come back again and they are far more likely to be a customer for life as habit forms.
Here are our ideas for what makes a good re-activation program.
Make it Personal
Personalisation creates impact in the inbox, and including products the customer is most likely to be interested in based upon their last purchase will maximise its chances of success. For travel organisations, this could even be a picture of the last holiday they went on, something likely to grab attention more than somrthing that is not recognisable to them.
Do it early enough for it to work
The longer someone is inactive for the harder it becomes to reactivate them. Traditional reactivation emails might wait a year until they will be sent but if you have a product with a high frequency of purchase it’s far better to do it after several weeks of no activity.