MadeGood is an inclusive company that makes tasty, allergen-free, and organic snacks. With products available in-store and online, their healthy treats reach families throughout the US and Canada. MadeGood also strives to make healthy choices as a company. With B Corp and Zero Waste certifications, they back their commitments to positive social and environmental change with action.
In the past, MadeGood struggled to establish a consistent email campaign that resonated with their customers online. Their emails lacked custom flows for important touchpoints — abandoned carts, new subscriptions, birthdays and product reviews — and they needed a regular cadence for emailed newsletters.
We began by implementing a series of dynamic, automatic flows triggered by site users' actions. By reaching out to customers with abandoned sessions or carts, MadeGood recouped otherwise lost revenue. Newsletter campaigns focusing on products-of-the-month, sales, and lifestyle content to engage their audience with added value and relevant calls-to-action.
Then, we made recommendations to expand their subscriber base further. To optimize, we tested A/B variants of content and alternate strategies to improve open and click rates. For MadeGood, this grew both revenue and average order value.
With their revamped approach, MadeGood's customers took notice. Emails generated:
OF CANADIAN REVENUE
INCREASE IN U.S. ECOMMERCE REVENUE
OF US ECOMMERCE REVENUE DURING BLACK FRIDAY/CYBER MONDAY
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Vice President of Marketing and E-Commerce
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Senior Director, Marketing and Communications
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Jeanette LeBlanc, Little Potato Company
Digital Content Manager
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