The Life of a Marketing Automation Specialist Part II

By: kiwi
Published on: March 12th, 2013

So glad so many of you enjoyed The Life of a Marketing Automation Specialist. Things are so much better explained with animated gifs, don’t you agree?

 

When I finish building a program with 10 emails and 4 smart campaigns:

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When a prospect sends a nasty email reply saying the never opted in to our messages and that they hate us… and I can send them a nice email with a screen shot of the exact day, time and form they completed opting in:

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When I blow someone’s mind with Event Partner integration and progression statuses:

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When a program you forward for review has absolutely zero changes:

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How you feel when anything goes wrong with any email, data, campaign, landing page or form:

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When you get an urgent email request at 4:45 p.m.

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When someone sends you a list for import not in the import template and you send it back telling them they have to put it in the import template.

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When your unsubscribe rate goes down after launching a preference center.

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When you clean up 282 different lead sources to 12.

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What you irrationally think when your lead’s activity history doesn’t tell the story it should.

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When creating .ics files with tokens becomes available.

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When you have CRM integration.

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How you feel after building a lead scoring program.

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How I feel when others out there enjoy this.

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Play on marketing automation playas.

5 Responses to “The Life of a Marketing Automation Specialist Part II”

  1. A Slice Of Kiwi » Blog Archive » The Life of a Marketing Automation Specialist. Says:

    [...] Check out part II! [...]

  2. Heather Says:

    Once again, amazing.

  3. Aneel Says:

    Love the 5th one. Awesome!

  4. allison Says:

    Love the Happy Endings one!

  5. Alyssa Says:

    It’s like you crawled into my brain and pulled out my thoughts. Glad to see I don’t suffer (and celebrate occasionally) alone :)

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