When you create after-purchase emails, stop thinking about what you need. Instead, put the customer first and brainstorm ideas about what you can offer within the message that will put a smile on their face. This will go a long way toward increasing the number of reviews your products get while also instilling a sense of loyalty in shoppers.





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