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    for all the preparation

    Hi,
    What does "for all the preparation" mean, here?

    For all the preparation, getting the full value from triggers requires a test-and-learn process: sending an initial message, evaluating the results, altering the trigger, and measuring the results again.

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    Re: for all the preparation

    You can use "Despite" instead of "For" and retain the meaning.

    For all his claims to the contrary, he's actually not a nice person.
    For all the big houses and land he owns, it turns out he's broke.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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