Preference center pages enable your contacts to determine which messages they’d like to receive, rather than completely unsubscribing from your communication.
The Drupal module for Mautic enables marketers to easily track contact’s activity on organizational websites. Rather than using a Mautic plugin to connect Mautic and Drupal, you’ll use a Drupal module – on the Drupal side, outside of Mautic.
Dynamic web content is one of several methods Mautic uses to personalize the web experience for their contacts. Marketers can display different content to different people in specific areas of a webpage.
Using Mautic’s Stages feature can help marketers identify how contacts are moving through the lifecycle or funnel. Mostly, Mautic uses stages for segmentation and campaign conditions.
Mautic customers use forms for lead generation and data collection. With Mautic forms, marketers can convert anonymous web visitors to known contacts and build a contact’s profile with progressive profiling.
Our customers often request the ability to create dependent/conditional fields in forms. This means that when a contact is completing a form, the response on one field will dictate the options for another field that appears.
Maestro, the world’s first centralized marketing management solution, empowers marketers to manage multiple marketing automation instances from one place. This document serves as a guide for defining, creating, and accessing accounts and instances within Maestro.
Maestro’s branding feature enables users to change the look and feel of any or all Mautic instances. Whether it’s for an agency to white-label Mautic, for a corporate marketer to distinguish between brands, or simply for a customer to see its own logo and colors, it creates a more personalized, branded experience for users.