Episode #1613
What’s The Best / Worst Cold Email We’ve Ever Received
January 07, 2021

What’s The Best or Worst Cold Email We’ve Ever Received

In episode #1613, we going to talk about the best or worst cold email that we’ve ever received. Whether it’s a spammy subject line or a wall of text, there are a lot of things that can tank your cold email. Stay tuned to find out what makes a cold email a success.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: What’s The Best or Worst Cold Email We’ve Ever Received.
  • [00:33] Two best cold emails that we’ve ever received — employment outreach.
  • [01:32] Why a cold email that points out an error is so effective.
  • [03:04] The most common cold emails that never work: unclear, unformatted.
  • [03:50] How a bad subject line can immediately tank your cold email.
  • [04:13] That’s it for today!
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