We are excited to announce some major updates to the Jebbit platform. Based on countless use-cases and customer feedback, these updates are designed to provide automated building experiences and enable users to get more from declared data attribute analytics.
The new features include:
- A new and improved experience builder
- Semi-automated content creation based on experience type and objective
- Enhanced declared data attribute analytics
In this blog, we will walk you through the new features, the benefits of each and where to find more information.
New + improved experience builder
The new Jebbit experience builder allows you to customize experiences based on objectives and experience types. That way, you’ll get the best content type recommended to you for your goals whether it’s lead generation, engagement, or more. Based on your selections, the builder will automatically create a structured experience. All you have to do is simply make a few edits to the copy and content.
Semi-automated content creation based on experience type + objective
As mentioned above, based on your selected objective and experience type, the builder will automatically populate a series of predefined screens for you to quickly edit with your copy and design.
The screen offerings were carefully curated based on best practices and learnings from thousands of customer use-cases. Each screen in the Jebbit experience offers a variety of layouts and functionality, letting you customize each one to your unique needs.
By taking away some of guess-work, the new builder makes creating an experience quicker and easier than ever before.
Enhanced declared data attribute analytics
The key to success with Jebbit is knowing how to activate your declared data. That’s why we’ve added more ways for you to analyze your declared data, gaining insights into your top customer trends, total attributes collected, and more.
Along with a fresh look and feel, the new analytics page features profile depth – a new metric illustrating attributes per unique user. Profile depth indicates the average number of declared data attributes collected per consumer engaged.
Pro Tip: This comes in handy when looking to understand how much information you have on each customer or prospect. Low profile depth = less data per user.
A key feature of the redesign is a snapshot of your top six audience attributes with corresponding percentages. These numbers at a glance let you quickly access your most-captured declared data attributes, so you can easily choose which data to use for your marketing campaigns.
If the attribute of interest isn’t displayed in the snapshot, no fear! It’s now simple to dive into each attribute using interactive charts and graphs. You can sift through all your of data quickly and determine which attributes need more focus.
Pro Tip: This is a great way to see where you’re lacking audience insights. Looking at what attributes have less data can help you determine opportunities for future campaigns.
Want to Get Started?
Check out our knowledge base for user guides and step-by-step instructions on how to take advantage of these new features.