How to test a Centaman list email campaign

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Miguel Panayotty
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To make sure that event responses like opens, clicks, and unsubscribes are tracking back to Centaman, follow these steps to test the connection.

 

Step 1: Create a test campaign

 

1. Go to Email > Create a Campaign

 

 2. On the Settings tab, enter some data for your test campaign. Click Save.

Testing campaign tips:

  • The name of your email campaign should make it clear it is a testing campaign.
  • The subject line of your email campaign should also include something about testing.

 

 

3. Select the Email tab, assign an email to your campaign

 

4. Select the Subscribers tab and continue to Step 2

 

 

Step 2: Import a Centaman subscriber list

 

Under the Subscriber tab, go through the steps of importing your list from Centaman. Make sure your Centaman list is only pulling in internal contacts and not real subscribers.

 

Check out the article below for your Centaman import options.

Centaman list import

Manual CSV import

 

 

Step 3: Send the test campaign and have the recipients open the email, click, etc.

 

Click on the Send tab and send the campaign.

 

You should also have one or two individuals test the Unsubscribe link to confirm unsubscribes go back to Centaman.

 

Note: Make sure you resubscribe the individual later in Centaman as well as resubscribing them in WordFly.

 

 

Step 4: See campaign results immediately in WordFly

 

1. Go to Reporting > Sent Email Campaigns

 

2. Select the name of the sent email campaign

 

3. Review your email campaign results

You will see high-level results Overview tab. Select different tabs on this page to see results for Opens, Clicks, Unsubscribes, Hard Bounces, Soft Bounces, etc.

 

 

Step 5: See email responses in Centaman

You should see email responses in Centaman. Learn more about where to find responses in this article. 

 

 

 

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