New Feature in LeadMaster – Update Preferred Contact Method

When someone enters the data on one of your landing pages it is best practice to ask their preferred contact method – phone, email, US mail, other and do not contact.  Of course LeadMaster has long recorded this information in the contact record.  No problem.  But if you have a large number of existing contacts that you’d like to update their preference how would you specify the preferred contact method without going through them one-by-one?  The answer is LeadMaster’s new feature – Update Contacts.

Update preferred contact method - phone, email, postal mail, other

Update preferred contact method – phone, email, postal mail, other

With this feature you can search for a group of contacts and update them all at once.  You not only get to specify the preferred contact method (Phone, Email, Postal Mail, Other, Do Not Contact) you can also specify whether or not they have given their permission to send email – opt-in / opt-out.

Now you’ll be able to tailor the deliver of your messages exactly the way your customers want.

 

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