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7 Simple Cold Emailing Hacks You're Probably Overlooking

In the frenzy of looking to boost the open rates, reply rates and click-throughs of your sales emails, it's easy to get a little distracted. Sometimes you just need to get back to the basics. Keep reading to learn how to stop overthinking your sales emails and return to the core tenets of good emailing.
Rocco Savage
Head of Growth

How many times have you sent a cold email, only to hear crickets in response? If you're like most sellers, the answer is probably too many to count. But don't despair - there are ways to increase your chances of getting a reply. 

In this post, we'll share 7 tips that can help you boost your cold email reply rate. With these tips in mind, you'll be well on your way to getting the responses you're looking for from your cold email campaigns.

There's A Lot To Gain

Why put in the effort? Because when done correctly, cold emailing can be an extremely effective way to reach new customers and grow your business. 

For starters, cold emailing allows you to bypass the traditional sales process and reach potential customers directly. This can save you a lot of time and effort that would otherwise be spent trying to track down leads.

Cold emailing can also be very cost-effective since you don't have to pay for advertising or other traditional marketing methods. And if you have a great offer or piece of content, your email could go viral, resulting in an influx of new customers and prospects.

Finally, cold emailing gives you the opportunity to build relationships with potential customers from the comfort of your own home or office. With a little effort, you can turn cold email contacts into warm leads and eventually convert them into paying customers.

Get Back To The Basics

If you're not already using cold emailing as part of your marketing strategy, now is the time to give it a try. While there’s no surefire way to guarantee increased cold email reply rates, there are a handful of general tips that can help. And who knows - maybe that response will be the start of a great business relationship. 

Keep these easy to use tips and guidelines in mind before pressing send.

1. Write a well-crafted email

2. Personalize your message

3. Make it clear why you're contacting the recipient

4. Keep it short and to the point

5. Include a call to action

6. Follow up politely if you don't hear back immediately

7. Use an Email Tracking Tool

Writing a well-crafted email

Just like any other type of email, a cold email should be well-written and free of typos or other errors. But in addition to that, there are a few other things you can do to make your email more likely to get a response.

Personalizing your message

In today's competitive business world, the importance of personalization cannot be overstated. And when it comes to cold emailing, this is especially true.

Your recipients are bombarded with emails on a daily basis, so it's important to make yours stand out from the rest. One way to do this is by personalizing your email as much as possible to the recipient. Include their name, company, and/or title in the opening line if you can. 

Keeping it short and to the point

In addition to personalization, there are a few other things you can do to make your cold email more successful. Keep your email short and to the point. No one wants to read a novel when they're checking their email, so get straight to the point and explain why you're emailing and how you can provide value for your prospect.

Including a call to action

Tell them what you want them to do next, whether it's visiting your website, scheduling a call, or signing up for your email list. Without a clear call to action, your email is likely to get lost in the shuffle.

Following up politely if you don't hear back immediately

Follow up! If you don't hear back from a prospect right away, send a friendly follow-up email a week or so later. This shows that you're persistent and willing to go the extra mile, two qualities that can feel hard to find for buyers.

Using an Email Tracking Tool

Email tracking tools can help you see when your emails are being opened and clicked on, so you can tell if your recipients are engaging with your content. This information can be very valuable in helping you to optimize your cold email strategy. To learn more about regie’s email tracking capabilities, click here.

Get Results

Overall, the benefits of cold emailing make it worth the effort. With a little bit of practice, you can hone your skills and start seeing results in no time. If you'd like extra guidance, contact us for a free demo.

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