Quality cold emailing is a skill to be learned. It cannot be learned overnight. It takes months and years to learn how to write and send cold emails that work. And the learning never stops, really. It’s a process of constant improvement. And during the process, you constantly look for guidance, inspiration, and advice based on experience. Below, I’m sharing with you my list of 10 cold emailing resources including books, ebooks, blogs, and a YouTube channel that are helping me in my learning process.
Here’s some good news for the Woodpecker users who work on Gmail. We’ve just launched the first version of the Woodpecker Chrome Extension which will allow you to get some notifications from Woodpecker directly in your Gmail inbox. But that’s just a start. Keep reading to learn more about how you can get access to the first version, how it can help you in everyday work, and how you can help us develop the extension.
You have to know this. Especially if you do email outreach. Each host has its own email sending limits. The limits may be daily, hourly, and sometimes also per minute. If you’re sending cold email campaigns without being aware of your email provider’s limits, your email account may get blocked before you know it. In this blog post, you will find information about sending limits of popular email service providers including Gmail, Office 365, GoDaddy and more.
Lately, we’re getting lots of questions about GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This seems like a topic that still needs some clarification. That’s why here we’ve put together a GDPR FAQ – a list of frequently asked questions about the regulation along with our answers. Hope you’ll find here some useful clues and practical tips about processing data and managing your email campaigns according to the GDPR principles.
Some would immediately say Yes! to putting an unsubscribe link. Some would say No… 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 an opt-out in cold email.
We’ve got 2018. It’s been 7 years since the publication of Predictable Revenue. Whereas the basic presumptions about sales and growth made in the book are still valid, outbound messaging has changed a lot over the years. What used to work fine for email outreach in 2011, probably won’t work as well nowadays.
If you feel like outbound lead generation and proactive selling are not working for you as well as they are praised to be working, you should catch up with the ongoing changes taking place in outbound sales. Here’s what to pay attention to in your cold outreach to make it work in 2018.
Today we’ve got the first prospect list building tool review in 2018, but it’s the 10th one in the series we’ve been running on Woodpecker blog for a while. This time I’ve interviewed Piotr Zaniewicz – the founder and CEO of RightHello, B2B outbound lead gen company that has just launched their list building application available as a separate service. Read more about how RightHello can fit into your outbound workflow.
What do you think is the first thing you need to start sending emails? Good copy. Sure, but even before that. A list of prospects. Obviously, but before that. It may seem kind of confusing and not so obvious, as the thing you need first is actually at the end of your email. It’s a signature.
Lately, we added an option to set up a custom domain for tracking email opens, clicks, and unsubscribes in Woodpecker. What’s that all about? Check here and find out how you can use the custom tracking domains to take full control of your email deliverability, boost your credibility in the eyes of your prospects, and add another little branding touch to your messages sent from Woodpecker.
GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation will be brought into effect on May 25, 2018. It’s still a few months ahead, but it’s good to learn right now how the regulation will affect you and your business. Especially if you send any kind of business emails. You could have already read some articles summarizing GDPR, but if you still don’t know how it will actually affect you in practice and what to do to be GDPR compliant, check out this post.