Campaigns are a powerful tool that allow you to strategically engage with members of each Community!

  1. Begin by selecting the Community you would like to contact

  2. Click the blue “New Campaign” button in the top right corner

  3. Determine what type of Campaign you would like to send to this Community

    1. Invite to Apply - Allows you to quickly invite ideal candidates to apply for an open role on RippleMatch

    2. Invite to Event - Allows you to quickly invite warm lead candidates to attend an upcoming event you are hosting on RippleMatch

    3. Create Campaign from Scratch - Allows you to craft your own email sequence to share information and strategically engage with candidates

  4. If you select “Invite to Apply” or “Invite to Event” the system will prompt you to select the appropriate option before proceeding to the email preview and customization screen

    1. Once you reach the email preview screen, you can review and customize

    2. Select Exclusion Criteria when applicable or uncheck options that do not apply to your particular email campaign

    3. Set the date and time a campaign should begin

    4. Review and edit any of the text within each email

    5. Establish an “end sequence” condition if applicable - if a candidate applies or RSVPs using a link in your email, they will not receive any remaining follow up emails.

    6. Finally select “Save Changes” to save and schedule your campaign!

  5. If you select “Create Campaign from Scratch” you will be taken to the email preview and customization screen immediately

    1. Custom Campaigns can have as many steps as you would like - you can tailor the content in each message to align with your outreach goals!

    2. Set the number of days between each message

    3. Establish an “end sequence” condition if applicable - if a candidate applies or RSVPs using a link in your email, they will not receive any remaining follow up emails.

    4. Finally select “Save Changes” to save and schedule your campaign!

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