You figured out how to get an email list with a few thousand names, and now you want to blast the heck out of it so money rains back down on you. Makes sense, except email marketing is about quality rather than quantity.
Nate, one of my partners at our marketing agency, was looking to engage a prospect with whom he did not have a follow-up call set. He was preparing to reach out to the prospect, but was having difficulty phrasing an email that was not so saccharine.
It may be hard to believe that with all the various communications tools our there today, emails are still the best way to interact and grow with your customers.
Can you sell when you’re on holiday break? Of course, but dragging out your laptop and taking calls from the a vacation spot is sure to annoy your family.
Trying to figure out how to get someone to respond to you through email usually goes something like this: you see a potential hot lead, you write an email asking to meet up, then you wait. And wait. And wait some more.