18 October 2017 on prospect.io
Down with vanity metrics!
Okay I might be going too far, vanity metrics aren’t useless; page views show how well your operational campaigns are performing and content downloads do show that you are targeting the right audience with the right content. While this is great for external comparison and obtaining partnerships, they don’t tell you if whatever you’re doing is working to close sales for you. That’s when reliable sales metrics come into play.
05 October 2017 on prospect.io
old emailing works. I swear. And so do cold email templates.
That’s what we do here at Prospect.io; we help customers set up and launch cold email campaigns. Lots of campaigns. In fact, 3,320,657 emails have been sent from our platform since we launched it, by customers ranging from Cloudera to AdRoll to 87seconds.
17 August 2017 on prospect.io
Alright, there it is. The million-dollar question. Is cold email illegal?
Don't worry, we settled the issue for you!
08 June 2017 on prospect.io
If you’ve played Battleship before you know it starts with intuition and total chance, and reflexion kicks in when you start making sense of the situation.
It’s the exact opposite of what you want in setting up a drip campaign, especially if it’s sales-oriented.
You need to leave as little as possible to chance from the start and let spontaneity and gut feeling get in when actual interactions are starting to build up.
01 June 2017 on prospect.io
Cold emailing is pretty much the same as asking someone out without knowing them at all. It’s quite difficult to get a yes but if you’ve got game, you might bring them home.
The same goes with email prospecting. It’s all about communicating the adequate signals, right?
Tired of getting no response? We’ve got you covered.
16 December 2015 on righthello.com
A “long yes” lead from a cold email campaign is a person that:
- replies to your cold email and clearly states a need, but doesn’t have time/resources to buy right now
- tells you he/she doesn’t have time/resources once you’ve converted a cold email reply into a call
10 December 2015 on newbreedmarketing.com
It's hard to believe, but it is already the end of the year. You're likely well underway in planning how you'll meet your company's goals in 2016. If you haven't yet, then hopefully it's on the checklist for the next week or two!
02 December 2015 on righthello.com
Why do sales professionals still treat leads from different sources in the same way? Treating cold email leads the same as inbound might be the reason you’re not closing enough deals. How should you approach cold email leads to increase your chance of closing?
28 November 2015 on inspirebeats.com
Most people know that webinars can be a great lead generation machine. Hosting a webinar is a great way to promote your brand, product, and let people know about a solution to their problem that you have for them.
25 November 2015 on righthello.com
Starting sales at RightHello cost me many sleepless nights, but with hard work I managed to push my company forward. Let me tell you how I closed our first deals and started building an outbound sales process.
24 November 2015 on blog.growbots.com
Over 20% of your emails never make it to the recipient’s inbox. And only 24% of the rest get opened. All while you’re wondering…
23 November 2015 on blog.close.io
When Donald Trump says he has “no time” for political correctness, what he really means is that he’s chosen not to make it a priority.
22 November 2015 on thesalesblog.com
A few days ago, Seth Godin made an observation: You never saw Steve Jobs in public when he wasn’t selling something. If you were watching Steve Jobs speak, he was pitching you.
21 November 2015 on salesjunkie.com
You’ve been there. You had a great conversation with a potential client, they seemed into you, and then . . .radio silence.
Here are two templates I’ve used that typically get a 70% response rate (either a yes or a no).
19 November 2015 on blog.pipedrive.com
All things being equal, the year-end 3.15% jump in conversion is significant, especially for those with high deal volume.