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This interactive in-email quiz is a fun and easy way to help our customers determine the best site builder to make their dreams a reality with GoDaddy. It is mobile-optimized, and the actual email code includes a fall-back for clients that don't support interactivity.

This email was the educational component of a three-email series, with the first email recognizing the customer has an unused domain and the benefits of attaching a website, followed by this one educating on which site builder would be the best fit and finished off by the third send offering a discount on their site builder.

The entire campaign successfully engaged the intended audience with a 58% open rate on the final email.

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