How to get more responses from your cold emails

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How to get more responses from your cold emails

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Before reading this action-packed, example-laden article, watch our 3-minute cold email video from our Leveling Up YouTube channel: Subscribe to new marketing content Cold email is deador at least that's for people unfamiliar with the intricacies of this channel. But the people who do it continue to drive incredible results from cold emails. These are the people who know that email delivers the highest return on investment for marketers – even higher than social media, paid search, and affiliate marketing: Cold emails drive more sales, let you network with more people, and get you more subscribers. And the best part about cold emailing is that it's inexpensive. The thing is, a lot of people are still unsure about sending cold emails because: They are afraid that their e-mails will be thrown into the spam folder. They are afraid of having to invest a lot of time in preparing and sending emails with little or no response. They're still not sure if the ROI of cold emails is worth it. Click here to download it for free now! We've helped Fortune 500 companies, VC-backed startups, and businesses like yours grow revenue faster. Get a free consultation What does the research say about email marketing? The average person receives 147 emails a day - most of which are spam promotions and sales offers. People make quick decisions about the usefulness of each email. They will delete most within a second of reading the subject line. That's barely enough time to make a good impression to get them to open, let alone read, your content.

That's why 80% of successful sales require five follow-up emails, yet 44% of all salespeople give up after just one attempt! This shows that there are two major issues with sending cold emails: People give up too easily The emails they send are often absolute rubbish They have bad subject lines where readers head for the delete button before they even open it, they start with a canned message that looks inauthentic, they're littered with links, and/or they don't focus on what it contains for the recipient. The most terrible and cold emails start with a generic message “Congratulations on your funding” or “it looks like you are growing”, which are not suitable for the reader: How to get more responses from cold emails1 Is it any wonder that most UAE Phone Number List salespeople Struggle to get even a 10% response rate? But those who do cold email correctly can see incredible results in record time like a SaaS business that saw these results from a few simple email tweaks: Even though many of us drown in email and wish we could see less of it, email is still the number one platform for driving sales. No other platform has conditioned us to expect messages from complete strangers and respond to them as well. I'll show you some strategies and tactics you can use to skyrocket your response rates. First, let's get into the minds of your target audience. 1) Understand the psychology of the prospect Many salespeople jump right into email marketing without taking the time to really get into the minds of their customers first.


They immediately focus on sending a huge volume of emails, hoping that a few people will respond somehow. This is the main reason why most cold emails are considered spam and get deleted instantly. Sometimes it helps to know what not to do - Below I've put together a merge of the bad emails I've received over the years. I'll start with a typical pattern they tend to follow and explain why they do these things. Next, I'll write one according to this pattern and explain (in blue) why it doesn't work. Good for you. But I have deadlines to meet. So far, I don't see any benefit to me from this, so my eyes are already glassy. I noticed that you recently secured funding and wanted to congratulate you on your success. I know now that this is a generic email blast. It's just specific enough to be relevant, but nowhere near enough to be useful to me. This shows me that this is a mass email and the sender doesn't really care and is insincere. If they hadn't lost me already, they did now. With your recent funding, we believe we could help you massively increase your marketing success and help you generate countless more leads. It's all about their business. I know they try to introduce me, but they didn't take the time to ask me about my problems, the challenges we face or what I need. I don't know if you're the right person to talk to about this. If not, I would really appreciate it if you could pass it on to the person best suited to help.

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