Email Engagement Rules
Sendbloom can limit the number of emails sent to a single prospect or company within a given time period. When applied across your team or organization, rules of engagement are great way to keep your company from reaching out to the same prospect or company too frequently.
How does it work?
2. Limiting contact to any given domain
Limiting the number of emails sent to a domain will prevent multiple members of your team or organization from emails the same company in a given date range.
For example: if my team is set to send only 3 emails to a given domain (i.e. @sendbloom.com) in a single day and 10 emails are scheduled across my team or organization in the same day, only 3 will be delivered. 3 more would be rescheduled to send the following day, 3 more the day after that, and the last email on the fourth day.
If one of my emails is rescheduled because of engagement limits, do I need to take action to keep that campaign going?
Nope! No action is needed on your end -- Sendbloom will automatically reschedule any emails in violation for you. If you're curious, you can view when any prospect is scheduled to receive its next touch in Prospects under the Next Touch column.
How do I set it up?
Combining more than one engagement rule
Different limits can be set across an entire organization and at the team level, allowing multiple teams to reach out at the same time but preventing reps within the same team from contacting the same prospect. An email must satisfy both team and organization rules to be sent, we'll continue to push the send date out until both conditions are met.