Lately, we added an option to set up a custom domain for tracking email opens, clicks, and unsubscribes in Woodpecker. What’s that all about? Check here and find out how you can use the custom tracking domains to take full control of your email deliverability, boost your credibility in the eyes of your prospects, and add another little branding touch to your messages sent from Woodpecker.
I don’t know how it works at your company, but lately I’ve realized that at Woodpecker we usually run ahead and we hardly ever have time to look back. And that’s a shame, really. Sometimes it’s good to look back and realize how far you have gone. That may give you a broader perspective and some fresh energy. I took a look at 2017 and it turns out it has been a fantastic year. It was so thanks to you, our dearest customers, partners, blog readers, and friends. I’ve put together a little recap here, so you could see for yourselves what we can be really greatful for at Woodpecker.
Two weeks ago, I wrote here about the 65 interviews we’ve carried out among our customers. Today I want you to meet one of them. Doug Puccetti, Business Solutions Analyst at OBO Agency, has told me the story of how they found Woodpecker, fell in love with our agency panel, and became one of our most successful users. Read on to find out how they’ve managed to triple their clients pipelines using Woodpecker for email automation.
When was the last time you actually talked to your customers? I don’t mean a sales call or a demo. I mean actually talking about their business, your business, and how the two virtually affect each other. Our Outbound Sales team has just finalized their their 3.5-month long project of customer interviews. Last week, they presented the results to the whole Woodpecker team. Here’s a report on how they carried out the interviews, what they’ve learned from all that, and how their findings will affect the whole company.
We’ve recently launched an option to connect an external SMTP from two email delivery providers: Mailgun and SendGrid. If you have been using one of those services to send your business emails, now it’s easier for you to connect your SMTP to Woodpecker. If you haven’t been using those, and frankly have a hazy idea what it is all about, you may want to learn more from this post. Either way, keep reading to find out when it makes sense to use Woodpecker’s integrations with Mailgun and SendGrid and how you can actually benefit from that.
Right now, people from over 52 countries are using Woodpecker. They use many different email providers next to the most popular ones, such as Gmail or Outlook. You may have noticed a change in the app when you were trying to connect your email to Woodpecker not so long ago.
This month, we hit the magic number of 1000 B2B customers at Woodpecker.co. We decided to celebrate in a very special way. This time, instead of preparing a rough-numbers report, we decided to surprise you with a natural science article about great spotted woodpecker’s vs. Woodpecker.co’s life cycle. Check in what ways Woodpecker resembles its natural counterpart and learn more about Woodpecker’s symbionts (a.k.a. customers).
This week, Woodpecker got featured by Siftery, the platform for sharing work tool stacks and recommending software. The guys at Siftery have been creating a series of interviews with product creators and company founders, and the interview with Matt has been published in their Stories section at the beginning of this week. We’re sharing the interview with you here as well. Keep reading to find out more about Woodpecker customers, our greatest challenges, and the “why” behind Woodpecker.
Not even a year ago, I wrote here about Woodpecker Meeting I. We had 150 customers then. This year, we met again. And we were talking about new challenges that we’ll be facing as a SaaS company with over 800 B2B companies as premium customers on board. Keep on reading to learn about the people of Woodpecker – our daily routines, challenges, plans, and visions. Take a peek at some photos of our team at Woodpecker Meeting II.