In episode #1393, we discuss the most successful cold emails we’ve ever written. Sales and marketing letters need not be long and complicated: most of the time, a short, concise email is far more effective. Tune in to hear the best strategies for engaging with large corporations and how to get hold of their email addresses!
TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:25] Today’s topic: The Most Successful Cold Email That We’ve Written.
- [00:33] A while ago we talked about Dean Jackson’s 9-word email.
- [00:42] What the 9-word email comprises and an example of how it works.
- [01:06] How this email drives engagement by evoking curiosity and examples of success.
- [01:39] Be wary of overcomplicating your marketing and sales emails.
- [01:53] Why you might consider emailing large corporations and how to get hold of their details.
- [02:01] Advice for phrasing these emails to be concise and effective.
- [02:43] Hear about the time we reached out to the CEO of Zynga.
- [03:12] Find out what people are interested in and use that as your best angle.
- [03:32] Why it’s a good idea to reach out to people when they’re in a tight spot.
- [03:46] That’s it for today!
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