So you’ve taken your first step – you’ve set your campaign and now it’s up and running. Now you can take step two – control your campaign statistics and improve your emails on the basis of real time data. Here’s how to use Woodpecker stats to the fullest and why the stats are so important for your cold email outreach.
Nifty cold emails work. Nifty cold emails with follow-up work miracles. But the sending cold emails by hand sucks because it takes way too much time. That’s not a made-up marketing scenario. That’s life. And if you’ve ever been sending your cold emails manually, you know that.
We created Woodpecker because we had been sending our cold emails by hand and it was a problem we needed to solve. Now you can use our solution to fix it up for yourself. Here’s how to set up a cold email campaign in Woodpecker to automate outreach in a few simple steps.
“I have sent a test campaign from Woodpecker, but it looks like it sends the emails very slowly…,” said Till – one of our beta testers. He sounded disappointed. We were surprised that he saw it as a drawback. We didn’t realize that we see it as an advantage because we know exactly how Woodpecker works. Once we explained to Till how the emails are sent and why, he found it very interesting and he said that would be a great topic for a blog post.
So this one’s for you, Till! 😉 And for all those who are not really sure how it works right now, I’m going to explain how Woodpecker sends your emails and follow-ups, and why it works this way.
We’ve been talking with our users about the copy of their emails. It seems like they often struggle to tell the difference between the feature of their product, and the benefit this feature will bring to their potential client. Or rather, they feel like writing about features will automatically make the prospect think about benefits – just like they do when they write about their product.
Well, the problem is the prospects, especially in outbound sales, often do not have that special ability to see the benefits while reading about features. That’s why it’s important we talk benefits instead of features when communicating with our potential customers. Here’s how to learn the difference between the features and benefits and how to write about benefits instead of features in your cold email pitch.
Have you ever had an idea to use some special fonts, bold, or underline in your cold email? Have you ever tried including links or pics? Have you been tempted to add attachments to your messages? Here’s about the graphic form of cold emails that work (or don’t work) and the reasons when and why they work (if they do).