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Tim Ball - If you could prioritize nurture, you can setup transition rules across nurtures to ensure the content of most prior program is delivered. E.g. if program A is prioritized, ensure that even if a lead signs up for B, C - the lead isn't qualified to be a member of B, C.
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I'm having the exact same issue as Tim. What would your solution look like as a flow step?
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There are a number of issues to consider:
- What is your precedence - which Email stream is more important? Balkar pointed out a couple of ways to think about it.
- If the Engagement skips a Cast due to Comms Limits, it will still send it at the next Cast if it can.
- If the Engagements all run within 3 hours of each other, it's unlikely the Comms Limits will be enforced.
- You should use a Traffic Cop to route Leads based on the precedence and preferences. That way they can be in one Engagement at a Time. There are many threads on this topic.
Something I've done with a number of clients is add people that are interested in multiple products in a "combined content" Stream. That is, if they engage with more than one product, remove them from product specific Streams and add them into a Stream that includes information on different products.
Hope this helps you.