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Drip push notification campaigns are considered to be one of the best ways to nurturing leads. You can not only run a drip campaign using Emails, brochures, messages, social media, etc but you can use web push notifications for the same purpose. What is it? Earlier with PushEngage, you were able to send personalized web push notifications using the County and the City name of the subscribers. Also, you were able to send this drip…

Form abandonment occurs when users filling an HTML form and leaves without submitting it. The form can be a single page form or multiple pages. For a multi-page form, it usually refers to the last page of the form. But if a user fills details on the first few pages and then leaves the form in between even then it will be known as from abandonment. Similar to cart abandonment, form abandonment is also a…

After much waiting, Microsoft Edge now supports Web Push Notifications in its live version. Among the leading browsers, chrome and firefox were supporting push notifications, and now Microsoft Edge is added to the list. We are also happy to share that now PushEngage supports Microsoft Edge Browser. The Edge Web Push Notification works in a similar fashion as in Chrome or Firefox. As per the official report – Microsoft Edge is fully integrated with the…

We have earlier discussed What is Browser Push Notification and how it works. Push notifications come on the browser of your device even when the concerned web page is not open on your browser. Browser notification is one of the efficient marketing channels for customer re-engagement, as it has better ROI as compared to email or retargeting ads. Web Push Notifications are a browser standard implemented by a set of web browsers. As you integrate…