Some would immediately say Yes! to this question. Some would say No.. without blinking. The answer to this is more complex than it may seem, so whatever your first answer was, you may want to check this article for a non-radical but rather a common-sense approach to opt out in cold email.
Ok, so we’ve done some research on our prospects and we’ve prepared our tailor-made copy. How do we combine the two, so we don’t have to copy & paste each piece of information one by one from our contact base to each message when it comes to sending our cold emails? Here are two tools that can help you carry out highly personalized outreach at scale.
Right, so we did some research on our prospects. Time to write mind-blowing, personal copy of our emails. That’s where things get tough…
But if you really did your homework right, it won’t be as hard as you think. Here’s how to use the outcome of your research and skillfully incorporate it in your emails to impress your prospects and make them hit ‘Reply’.
In the previous article I described two reasons why people hate cold emails. Then, I converted them into two rules we should follow if we want to make our messages personal. That was a lot of theory and analysis, but what about practice? Well, here’s how I find out who my prospects really are to make my outreach personal and relevant.
Have you ever wondered why most people hate getting cold emails? We always say we hate them, but can we actually tell why? I think that when we realize the reasons why we hate receiving cold emails, we will be able to write and send cold emails that our addressees won’t actually hate. So why, oh why, do we all hate getting cold emails?