Use Chili Piper + Postal to Boost Meeting Acceptance Rates
November 30, 2021
Product Marketing Manager
Today, we are excited to announce Postal’s integration partnership with Chili Piper. Now you can simplify the gifting process to book more meetings with prospects, customers, and partners using your Chili Piper meeting link.
Postal’s Integration with Chili Piper
Both solutions enable users to increase conversion rates and overall customer satisfaction, so it makes perfect sense to combine the two workflows into one massive meeting machine.
This partnership allows your team to build a better experience for your customers and prospects by making it easy for gift recipients to take immediate action on scheduling a follow-up. It’s as easy as attaching your Chili Piper meeting link to any item in the Postal Marketplace.
Recipients are asked to book time on the sender’s calendar before or after they redeem their physical or e-gift, all within one screen for their convenience.
Postal users who pair their Chili Piper meeting link with Gift Emails and MagicLinks see an average meeting acceptance rate of 80%.
3 Ways Our Team Uses Calendar Booking
At Postal, many of our team members use calendar booking in their day-to-day. Here are a few real-life examples of how we pair these two softwares together.
One of the most common use cases for these individual platforms is to book more discovery calls with SDRs and even AEs.
Add a Chili Piper meeting link to your Gift Email or MagicLink to encourage your prospects to book time on your calendar prior to redeeming their item. This allows the recipient to view your availability and quickly book a time with you that works best with their schedule.
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Amy Schwartz is a Product Marketing Manager at Postal. Before landing in tech, she held various marketing and communications positions at financial services, healthcare, and higher education institutions. Outside of work, you can find Amy exploring the beaches and hiking trails of California’s central coast with her husband, two kids, and very energetic dog.