In order to get replies, a cold email has to be short yet powerful and intriguing. For this reason, each part of the short message has to bear meaning and play a crucial communicative role. How to write a cold email that works? Check if you properly took care of the 6 tremendously important elements when composing your message for outbound outreach.
I don’t know how it works at your company, but lately, I’ve realized that at Woodpecker we usually run ahead and we hardly ever have time to look back. And that’s a shame, really. Sometimes it’s good to look back and realize how far you have gone. That may give you a broader perspective and some fresh energy. I took a look at 2017 and it turns out it has been a fantastic year. It was so thanks to you, our dearest customers, partners, blog readers, and friends. I’ve put together a little recap here, so you could see for yourselves what we can be really grateful for at Woodpecker.
Although for many of us writing an email comes without much difficulty, it may be beneficial to stop, review what we’ve written and think how others may perceive it. As we’ll see in this post, we may commit a blunder without even knowing.
Gloria Kopp authored a blog post for us about typical email faux-pas.
Let’s dive into it.
Two weeks ago, I wrote here about the 65 interviews we’ve carried out among our customers. Today I want you to meet one of them. Doug Puccetti, Business Solutions Analyst at OBO Agency, has told me the story of how they found Woodpecker, fell in love with our agency panel, and became one of our most successful users. Read on to find out how they’ve managed to triple their clients pipelines using Woodpecker for email automation.