Messenger Marketing Case Study
Learn How Blendjet Drove $800,000 Extra Revenue With Messenger Marketing
Blendjet was founded in San Francisco, California in July 2018 with a single vision in mind: to make a powerful portable blender that you can take anywhere. Fast forward to today, Blendjet is among the most successful D2C brands on Shopify Plus. In this ebook you'll learn:
How to build your Messenger audience from scratch
The single most effective strategy to fight cart abandonment
How they generate product reviews and drive repeat purchases
How BlendJet added Messenger to their marketing strategy
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Get insights into how BlendJet got 316,000 Messenger subscribers
Just like with email, you need to ask for permission to message customers on Facebook Messenger. Unlike with email, the subscription is frictionless, one-click experience. Learn the ins and outs of BlendJet's subscription strategy.
See the exact cart abandonment tactics that made BlendJet $400,000
The #1 headache of ecommerce is cart abandonment. 78% of all carts are never purchased. Learn how to solve this for your own brand with Abandoned Cart Messenger Reminders.
Learn how BlendJet built strong social proof
Product reviews build social proof and credibility. When people trust you, your sales will increase. Get inspired by how Recart can help you collect more photo reviews from your happiest customers.
BlendJet CEO: “Recart is a unique solution”
“They just don’t have the open rate that Recart has and they don’t  have the same kind of engagement and response rate. People get a  lot of emails – they ignore emails. But it’s hard to ignore a Facebook Message.”
See why 150,000 store owners use Recart.
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