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Marketers personalize emails to provide recipients more relevant content. Sales prepares demos specific to a prospect’s interests. So why on earth would you show the same exact website to every visitor?
You’re the owner of AtoZJeans.com.
Your customer Patty checks her email inbox and finds an email from AtoZJeans.com that tells her about a sale on patterned skinny jeans that she’s had her eye on for the longest time. She quickly clicks on the email and goes to your website.