Whereas a well-crafted subject is key for boosting our opening rates, the CTA (call to action) is the key to boosting the reply rates. That’s the sentence, or a question, the addressee reads at the end of our message. That’s the part that makes them undertake some action – send us a reply, click the provided link, sign up for a trial. If you want to know how to write effective CTAs, keep reading.
Remember the time we reviewed LeadFuze for our prospecting tool review series? Now I can finally announce that Woodpecker has integrated with LeadFuze. And in this guest post, Justin McGill himself will tell you what you can do with the integration.
Keep on reading to discover how you can benefit from using Woodpecker and LeadFuze according to Justin.
Recently our CEO Matt Tarczynski, together with two other start-up founders, took part in an interview broadcasted by Radio Wroclaw. They engaged in an interesting discussion about modern labor market trends, the role of a leader in the modern world and Millennials’ attitude towards work, money, and life in general.
Between the lines, Matt gave some first-hand insights about the core values we live by in Woodpecker. Read more what principles we cherish at Woodpecker.
Marketing and sales used to be portrayed in stark contrast. Nowadays, there’s an ongoing trend to go for “sales and marketing alignment” — that is, making the two teams work together. There’s little information on how to do it exactly. Many focus on improving the flow of information between the two departments. Is that all that can be done?
Today, I’ll show you a couple of ways the Woodpecker marketing and sales teams cooperate to create a streamlined lead generation process.
Having a business blog is good for establishing your expertise and driving traffic to your main website and increasing conversions. So writes the inbound powerhouse, HubSpot. But can it boost the results of your email outreach campaign? Can it persuade somebody to reply? Let’s find out.
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.
Not even a year ago, I wrote here about Woodpecker Meeting I. We had 150 customers then. This year, we met again. And we were talking about new challenges that we’ll be facing as a SaaS company with over 800 B2B companies as premium customers on board. Keep on reading to learn about the people of Woodpecker – our daily routines, challenges, plans, and visions. Take a peek at some photos of our team at Woodpecker Meeting II.
“Your price is too high… I’d buy, if only you had feature X… We already use software for this…” – we all hear that sometimes while talking to our prospects. Check out the advice from Steli Efti of Close on how to handle 3 common sales objections: the pricing objection, the feature objection, and the change objection in your conversations with potential customers.
Now let’s give Steli the floor. 🙂
In the renaissance of cold emailing, some companies made outbound lead generation the core of their business. We call them lead generation agencies, as they offer the service of generating B2B leads for the sales teams of their client companies.
The agencies send numerous emails and follow-ups in behalf of their clients. Managing so many cold email campaigns at the same time can be a real drag. That’s why we’ve implemented a separate set of features dedicated to lead generation agencies in Woodpecker.co. Here’s how you can handle all your clients’ campaigns within Woodpecker’s agency panel.
What’s the first thing that comes to our mind when we think of cold emails in start-up? Prospecting. Lead generation. Finding new customers potentially interested in our product or service. Fair enough. That’s probably the core application of B2B cold emails right now. But we can do more than that. So, what else can we use cold emails for?