Wondering if virtual coffee dates have value? Not sure how to get started? Nervous about actually doing them?
Here are some tips Becky Mollenkamp has discovered to help you get started with virtual coffee dates, and to make them work for your business.
Due to the fact that tweeting is so impersonal and a cold phone call is so annoying, email is the ideal platform for reaching out. Yet for busy people, even their inbox is something that is viewed as a “task,” meaning they want to get in and out as quickly as possible.
Understanding how to properly email people is a skill that sets you apart from others.
If you do the math on the number of inbound emails you get multiplied by the time it would take to read them all and respond to those that expect a reply you would be astounded. It is simply unmanageable.
Yet some simple techniques can help massively improve your ability to get people to take action on your important emails. And they will appreciate it, too.
The psychology behind why people respond—and say YES—to emails from people they don’t know.
Looking to network with the bigwigs? Dmitry Dragilev analyses 26 cold email examples and gives you tips for how to improve your own cold email outreach. This post is less about networking and more about creating an opportunity that benefits both parties, without being a butthead.
Noah Kagan shares what an amazing cold email looks like (and dissects WHY it’s so great); it’s a great template for those looking for how to write cold emails.
Cold outreach can be a massively beneficial tactic for those who know how to do it right. Those who know how to write good e-mail copy and the right subject lines to get their prospect’s attention and then automate it to scale their reach can save time, get better reply rates, and grow their business.
While this post applies to finding prospects, the methods can also apply to networking.
Hubspot shares 23 things to reference in a follow-up email besides the obvious fact that you’re checking in.