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Is Gist right for me?

By Jitta

Updated 6 days ago

Gist helps you identify your visitors and convert them into paying customers. If you are a blogger or a small business looking to handle all customer communication under one roof, then Gist is the ideal choice for you.

What can I do with Gist?

If you have a website or a web-based product then Gist can help you:

  •          Auto-track all user events retroactively: Track every user action on your website in real time, without the need to code.
  •          Capture leads and convert them into paying customers: Use high-converting lead generation forms and incentivize visitors to become subscribers.
  •          Segment customers based on behavior: Create dynamic groups of users based on what they do on your website.
  •          Create customized and automatic email campaigns: Automate all email campaigns at one place and improve customer engagement throughout their lifecycle.
  •          Talk to customers in real-time: Start live-chats with visitors and customers proactively target messages to users based on behavior.

Who uses Gist?

  •          Bloggers looking for a simple way to reach out to their subscribers and grow their subscriber base.
  •          Small businesses looking to communicate with customers and use sophisticated marketing automation.
  •          SaaS startups looking for product feedback and key insights on user behavior.
  •          Marketers looking to send targeted email campaigns and messages to the right users.
  •          Support and customer success teams looking for a solution to talk to users instantly, personally, and at scale.

How is Gist different?

Gist provides a simple, all-in-one solution to all customer communication and marketing automation needs of an internet business. If you’re looking to grow your customers and revenue, then Gist offers an integrated, easy-to-use platform for anyone on your team, unlike the multiple overpriced solutions that give both your customers and your team a very disjointed experience.

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