Case studies aren't really high level...
but anyway, what do you mean by "duplicate content."? Do you mean that you are using the Same Asset ID in each Stream? Is it a cloned email asset?
Can you describe your 3 Streams in more detail? Why do people need to go through each one?
By high level I mean more broadly based on our organization, not as product specific.
I'm referring to the same emails, not cloned. One email asset in multiple streams.
So we are filtering leads in that have shown interest in a particular product.
Stream 1 - Content that solidifies the relevance of the product to leads, what it is and how it benefits their day-to-day
Stream 2 - More in-depth information about the product, unique tech behind the solution.
Stream 3 - Closing stream, wrap up of the benefits, tech, etc. and call to action.
So it is a natural progression into the product offering. I've used marketing automation softwares before, but not Marketo. When we inquired about the best way to funnel non-engaged leads into a less intensive nurture program, our Marketo account rep/trainer suggested throwing the same email into all the streams. However, I'm realizing that complicates the transition rules.
We could obviously clone each nurture email, but as we have multiple for each stream I don't want to have to manage through tons of duplicate emails.
Resolved. I created a second nurture program with the soft nurture content. I created smart campaigns to direct members into the appropriate campaigns based on engagement. One to add members who have exhausted a stream's content into the soft nurture, and one to reintroduce newly engaged members from the soft nurture program into the original program.